Check it out!
The 291 Conditioning Studio is open on Fridays this semester for anyone to come and consult/work with Joyce Patrone every week from 12:45-2:40pm.
Please mark your calendars to come on days/times you are able – all Fridays except Spring Break!
Tuesday, Feb. 12, 7 p.m.
Wexner Center for the Arts
1871 N. High St. Columbus, OH 43210
This event is free and open to the public.
Dance-film is the marriage of dance and film language — not just a recording of a dance, but a cinematic reimagining of dance’s possibilities. Work that can only exist on the screen. DANCE@30FPS (frames per second) is an international festival of dance-film presented by the Department of Dance and screened at the Wexner Center for the Arts. The festival has shown work from filmmakers the world over, including Oscar-nominees Mike Figgis and Juanjo Giménez Peña, but the premier criteria is work of unbridled imagination — bold, original and honest. This year’s festival will feature projects by MFA Students Josh Anderson and Kathryn Logan, and BFA StudentsCoal Rietenbach and Mason Chapello.
The Performance Studies Working Group (PSWG) is pleased to announce the following FREE events:
Feb. 11th 20th Sullivant Hall, TBA
Dr. Hannah Kosstrin presents: “Queering Nationalism: Choreographic Challenges to Israeli Patriotism in Dances by Idan Cohen, Niv Sheinfeld, and Oren Laor,” a lecture and talkback.
Call for Funding!
The Office of Student Academic Success- Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry is offering the following research funding opportunities:
- Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program
- Karen A. Holbrook Fund
- LiFEsports Undergraduate Research Fellowship
For more information on each of these awards, please visit here.
The deadline to apply is Monday, February 18, 2019 at 5:00pm.
Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 4:30 p.m.
177 Weigel Hall, 1866 College Rd., Columbus
Guest artist/lecturers Marian Wilson Kimber and Natalie Landowski present a lecture-recital, “In a Woman’s Voice: Musical Readings by Women Composers.”
Development Academy: Entrepreneurship, Session 1
The Arts and Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success is offering a series of FREE non-credit classes/workshops designed to give you the basic tools needed to begin to formulate ideas and develop your concepts. Even more exciting, there will be the opportunity to provide initial seed funding for students that participate and come up with the best ideas! AND if that wasn’t enough, we are bringing in successful Arts and Sciences alumni that have become successful entrepreneurs to provide micro-mentorships to you as you develop your ideas! Individuals and teams that complete this process will six weeks to work on developing their concept. This program will be limited to 15-20 students and is only open to Arts and Sciences students.
To apply, please submit a resume to Scott Kustis, Director of Industry Connections, Arts and Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success at Kustis.firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
- Learn from ASC alumni (how did they come up with ideas, what process did they use to refine?)
- Solving real world problems
- Social Enterprise entrepreneurship
- Apply your creative problem solving skills to transform what you have learned in the classroom into an original product or service (brainstorming and Q&A)
- Informal needs assessment – peer to peer interviewing
- Creating a survey instrument
CAPA presents DIAVOLO
Wednesday, February 13, 7:30 pm
Palace Theatre (34 W. Broad St.)
Diavolo returns to Columbus following its success as one of the top 10 finalists in season 12 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” The Los Angeles-based company continues to push a new edge of performance with Artistic Director Jacques Heim’s inventive genius and his fearless, athletic daredevils. The program will include Diavolo’s signature work Trajectoire and new work Voyage, featuring meticulously designed architectural structures that have become the company’s hallmark. With a style that encompasses dance, acrobatics, and gymnastics, Diavolo explores the relationship between the human body and its architectural environment. Tickets are $33.50-$103.50 and can be purchased in-person at the CAPA Ticket Center (39 E. State St.), online at www.capa.com, or by phone at (614) 469-0939 or (800) 745-3000. www.capa.com