Christopher Cross is going to work very hard to remember he is in Ohio when he performs on the Wendel Concert Stage at OUL Saturday night as part of Lancaster Festival.
The cast and crew of Ohio University Lancaster Theatre’s production of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” are hard at work getting ready for the Lancaster Festival debut on July 20.
The work of Ohio University Lancaster student Thomas R. Ansel is on display in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts.
Viewers of the next exhibition at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio will be able to travel through cinematic time thanks to interactive technology programmed by an Ohio University Lancaster Alumna and Adjunct Professor.
Senior art students at Ohio University Lancaster are putting their work on display this summer. Five different shows will be showcased in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts over the next couple of months.
Students at Ohio University Lancaster are marking both Mental Health Awareness Month and Substance Abuse Awareness Month with messages of hope and healing.
Ohio University Lancaster students are putting their artwork on display for the campus and community to view.
Celebrate Women and WOUB’s premiere screening of “Our Town: Lancaster” made Ohio University Lancaster’s Wagner Theatre the place to be on Friday and Saturday.
In the month when college basketball rules, Ohio University Lancaster’s Hannah V. McCauley Library is celebrating the game by showcasing its history in southern Ohio and bringing Olympic Gold medalist Bill Hosket to campus.
Ohio University Lancaster Theatre will be performing Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella this summer as part of Lancaster Festival.
A new name for a relatively new partnership between the Lancaster Festival and OUL, The Covered Bridge Music Series, honors history.
A new documentary produced by WOUB Public Media about the history and story of the city of Lancaster will premiere on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus on March 22. The event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Jean Kilbourne is not alone anymore. But 40-some years ago that was not the case.
Carole Amber’s children’s book, The Gift of the LadyBug, is helping young people around the nation cope with struggles, tragedy or loss in their lives.
Ohio University Lancaster Adjunct Professor Dr. Paul Young and several other music professors from Ohio University will be performing this weekend as part of the American Music Concert in Lancaster.
The curator of a new exhibit in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts started putting up the show last week. “Children’s Book Illustrations: The Circle of Creativity” will be on display January 22 to March 21.
When you open up a children’s book, the illustrations on each page take you back to your childhood. Have you ever wondered how an adult artist learns to create childlike drawings to illustrate children’s books?
A miracle is about to happen at Ohio University Lancaster. The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of “Miracle on 34th Street” will run December 5 – 8.
Scott Wharton took a majority of his undergraduate classes at Ohio University Lancaster, and now the retired U.S. Air Force pilot is proud to come back to his old stomping grounds to honor veterans.
Three students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” have been nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship and will perform at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Regional Festival.
She calls her artwork a quirky take on social commentary and landscapes. Margaret Eriksen’s artwork will be on display in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts in Ohio University Lancaster’s Brasee Hall from October 2 to December 15.
A special screening of the documentary The 1900: Voices from the Athens Asylum will be held at Ohio University Lancaster on September 26 at 7 p.m. in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts.
Margaret Quamme, who reviews theatre for the Columbus Dispatch, lives in Lancaster. Last Thursday night, she attended Ohio University Lancaster's production of "The Producers."
A parade is on its way to Ohio University Lancaster in September and this musical parade is known for its high energy and charisma. The David Mayfield Parade is the next act coming to campus as part of an OUL and Lancaster Festival Partnership.
Concert-goers at the 2013 Lancaster Festival may see Michael Bolton and Crystal Bowersox in a different light so to speak. That's because the canopy that covers the Wendel Concert Stage on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus is new this year.
The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of "The Producers" means something special to OUL Theatre Director A. Victor Jones. While every production means a lot to Jones, this one has something a bit more personal.
The Americans with Disabilities Act 20th anniversary mural entitled "Liberty, Justice and Access for All" will remain on display at Ohio University Lancaster for another two years.
Art students from the Ohio University Lancaster Campus participated in the 3rd Annual Student Art Exhibition last week in Herrold Hall.
The people of Lancaster have the opportunity to see Singer/Songwriter Joe Pug before he hits it big.
The sounds of Section 8, a men's a cappella group from Ohio University, filled the Wagner Theatre on the Lancaster Campus Saturday to mark the end of an evening where the past and present came together.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus is reflecting on the past and taking a glimpse into the future at a special fundraising event on Saturday, April 13.
Quilts line the walls in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. The display is in honor of Women's History Month.
The title of the art exhibit may be “Fowl Weather,” but you will not see anything that will put you in a foul mood. Painter Lisa Schorr’s show opened Thursday, January 24 in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts at Ohio University Lancaster.
An evening of visual and performing arts is planned on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus January 24.
About 350 people came to the Ohio University Lancaster Wagner Theatre for the first concert of a new expanded relationship between OUL and the Lancaster Festival. Amanda Shires opened for Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Friday night.