Larry Williamson, director of Ohio State University’s Hale Center, has spent the last 25 years amassing what is now considered one of the nation’s largest collections of black art made by African and African-American artists.
Art tells a story in a way words cannot. It embodies culture, it is transformative, it links the community to its own people and history. This is the mission of the Urban Arts Space, an Ohio State gallery located in the historic Lazarus building in downtown Columbus.
The Ohio Arts Council board will provide four grants to the university’s arts initiative after a vote during its major fiscal year 2018 funding round on July 19.
Ohio State Department of Design seniors made designs to help people in vulnerable places for their final projects.
The Department of Art Juried Exhibition, currently on display at Hopkins Hall Gallery, was featured in an article by Emily Dean of The Lantern, Ohio State's student newspaper.
The latest exhibition at Urban Arts Space, "Thesis," by the Ohio State Department of Art third-year MFA students, was recently featured in Columbus Alive.