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Mathias Armbruster & the Armbruster Scenic Studio Collection at OSU

Mathias Armbruster & the Armbruster Scenic Studio Collection at OSU

| April 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

In 1875, German-born Mathias Armbruster opened the first scenic design company in the United States: The Armbruster and Sons Scenic Studios on S. Front Street in Columbus. During the early 1900s, the studio flourished and was considered the second largest provider of stage scenery in the country.

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Robin Post Gets InterACTive

Robin Post Gets InterACTive

| December 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

WOSU theater critic Joy Reilly talks with Robin Post about InterACT, an interactive outreach theater program

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Hixon Dance – A Best Kept Columbus Art Secret

Hixon Dance – A Best Kept Columbus Art Secret

| April 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

Under the direction of Sarah Hixon, Hixon Dance tell unique stories in a unique way, all the while providing an entertaining and thought provoking production

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The Pride of the Buckeyes

The Pride of the Buckeyes

| May 19, 2009 | 0 Comments

If you want to be in the OSUMB, you must sign up for Music 205.01, a 2-credit-hour summer class. Nobody on campus works harder for two credits.

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Jennifer Higdon Interview

Jennifer Higdon Interview

| February 11, 2009 | 0 Comments

Composer Jennifer Higdon will be in Columbus, and her music will be the focus of Ohio State’s Contemporary Music Festival

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Columbus Museum of Art Exhibit: Objects of Wonder

Columbus Museum of Art Exhibit: Objects of Wonder

| December 15, 2008 | 0 Comments

Behind the scenes of Columbus Museum of Art’s exhibit about ‘Objects of Wonder.’

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Interview With Author and Ohio State Alum Will Allison

Interview With Author and Ohio State Alum Will Allison

| August 14, 2007 | 0 Comments

Will Allison’s new novel What You Have Left has been lauded by the New York Times. In this interview, he talks about the MFA program at OSU, the many elements that he wove into his book (Including NASCAR), his writing process, and what lies ahead for him.

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