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Come see some of the freshest—and greenest—artwork around, and support the creation of a new student project! Since August, high school students from all over central Ohio have been exploring art and environmental issues as part of the Wexner Center’s annual Art & Ecology class. The Interventions exhibition is their chance to present the projects they’ve created to family, friends, fellow students, and the general public. The show is always full of surprising and intriguing artworks that are as varied, and as timely, as the topics the students have investigated in the Art & Ecology class. Interested in participating in the future? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
No registration is necessary for these free self-directed “come and go as you please” open studio sessions for youth wanting to explore a variety of media or bring in their own work projects for advice/portfolio review with adult mentors. Come paint, draw, or work on comics or discuss your favorite photography tricks with like-minded comrades. Studio supplies will be available to mess around with. Please join us- friends are always welcome, too. Free pizza and snacks for everyone on a first come, first served basis while they last. Questions? contact Jean Pitman: 614-313-8051 or email@example.com.
This experiential, exhibition-oriented Super Sunday will include joyfully exploring the whimsical aesthetics of Todd Oldham. We will be providing free materials and instruction on making colorful duct tape bags, have lots of coloring pages and markers, button-making and wooden spoon characters to complete and take home. Leave your art projects in Mershon Lobby and take a stroll with our roaming docents in the galleries to answer your questions about Oldham’s work and wide influence on our world. Snacks and bottled water available in Mershon Lobby. Questions? Please contact Jean Pitman: firstname.lastname@example.org, 614-313-8051.