Exhibition by Stefan Sagmeister: “Now is Better”
August 31 - October, 2015 // Trisolini Gallery
“Now is Better” will showcase a corporate self-promo video on a loop that received the 2013 New York Festival International Advertising Award and 2013 Award by the Global Association for Creative Advertising & Design.
Stefan Sagmeister, born in Austria in 1962, is a New York-based graphic designer and lettering artist. He is a co-founder ...
Guest curated by Jakub Zdebik, this exhibition explores how art conveys information through data, text, the body through physical records, spatial information through maps and the self-reflexive intentions of the artists through plans. The works from the Kennedy Museum's collection represent artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Lorna Simpson, Lesley Dill, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, Chris Burden, Nancy Holt, Alice Aycock, John F. Simon Jr. and ...
Where: Kennedy Museum of Art, Athens, OH 45701, United States
When: Sunday, Oct 4
The School of Art + Design Faculty Collection exhibition highlights works of art acquired to date for the newly established collection of work by current and past professors at Ohio University. Artists with pieces in the exhibition include Julie Dummermuth, Erik Forrest, Abner Jonas, Ron Kroutel, Mary Manusos, Robert Peppers, Gary Pettigrew, and Donald Roberts.
Midnight Madness is part of the practical-based portion of the MFA Playwriting Program consisting of the weekly, informal production of new work. It begins early in the week with a different writer from the program serving as the week’s producer. The producer selects the theme, style, or concept for the upcoming week’s production. Each writer must then write a three to five minute play based upon that theme, style or concept. Each play is ...
Where: Kennedy Museum of Art, Lin Hall, Ohio University
When: Sunday, Oct 11 2:00 PM
Sunday Family Art Encounters is a drop-in program for children and adults to engage in shared creative activities. Art making projects are inspired by a featured artwork on display in the galleries, and are open-ended to accommodate a variety of ages.
All families are welcome!
Activities are FREE and open to all ages accompanied by an adult. Registration is not required.