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Events
Jul
9
Kennedy Museum of Art, Lin Hall, The Ridges
Museum Studies Exhibition
Where: Kennedy Museum of Art, Lin Hall, The Ridges
When: Wednesday, Jul 9
Gallery Hours: Mon./Tue./Wed./Fri., 10 a.m- 5 p.m; Thu. 10 a.m- 8 p.m; Sat./Sun. 1 p.m- 5 p.m Closed on University Holidays. Presented by Kennedy Museum of Art
Sep
27
Athena Cinema, South Court Street, Athens, OH, United States
1st Year Screening
Where: Athena Cinema, South Court Street, Athens, OH, United States
When: Saturday, Sep 27 7:00 PM
Oct
2
Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre, Putnam Hall
The Movement Dance Concert
Where: Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre, Putnam Hall
When: Thursday, Oct 2 7:00 PM
Oct
3
Forum Theater
bobrauschenbergamerica
Where: Forum Theater
When: Friday, Oct 3 8:00 PM
bobrauschenbergamerica by Charles L. Mee
Oct
4
OU Campus and Uptown Athens
Nuit Blanche
Where: OU Campus and Uptown Athens
When: Saturday, Oct 4 6:00 PM
Nuit Blanche (meaning White Night, in French) is an annual all-night arts festival which is currently active annually in nearly 120 cities from around the world including: Paris, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Brussels, Rome, Madrid, and in this coming year, Melbourne, Australia, and Athens, Ohio. A Nuit Blanche includes the participation of private and public cultural institutions which are open and free of charge to the public, whereby the whole town or city itself being turned into a de facto art gallery, providing space for art installations, performances (music, film, dance, performance art), ‘themed’ social gatherings and other activities. Nuit Blanche was created in Paris in 2002 to bring contemporary art to the public. More details coming soon!
Oct
4
OU Campus and Uptown Athens
Nuit Blanche
Where: OU Campus and Uptown Athens
When: Saturday, Oct 4 6:00 PM
Nuit Blanche (meaning White Night, in French) is an annual all-night arts festival which is currently active annually in nearly 120 cities from around the world including: Paris, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Brussels, Rome, Madrid, and in this coming year, Melbourne, Australia, and Athens, Ohio. A Nuit Blanche includes the participation of private and public cultural institutions which are open and free of charge to the public, whereby the whole town or city itself being turned into a de facto art gallery, providing space for art installations, performances (music, film, dance, performance art), ‘themed’ social gatherings and other activities. Nuit Blanche was created in Paris in 2002 to bring contemporary art to the public. More details coming soon!
Oct
6
Various locations around campus
World Music and Dance Festival
Where: Various locations around campus
When: Monday, Oct 6
Oct
6
Various locations around campus
World Music and Dance Festival
Where: Various locations around campus
When: Monday, Oct 6
Oct
10
Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium
World Music and Dance Festival Performance
Where: Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium
When: Friday, Oct 10 7:00 PM