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Arts & Culture

John Sharvin’s cosmic art is fragile but fun

For this 2012 graduate, breaking his celestial bodies is just part of the live-and-grow experience of blowing glass.

We’re proud this playwright’s a Buckeye, too

Adrienne Hawkins Kennedy has spent six decades writing thought-provoking, poetic works about race and gender. 

This new home provides pitch-perfect spaces

The innovative Timashev Family Music Building makes it possible for students and faculty to reach new heights.

Avishar Barua is cooking up joy on a daily basis

The psychology and biology major fell in love with a surprise career. Now, the “Top Chef” alum is launching two restaurants.

This Grammy finalist’s job: Teach music, spread joy!

Katie Paulson Silcott ’02, ’10 MA shares with middle schoolers the power of music to build confidence and unite people. 

Top 40: Four Buckeyes, four road trip playlists

We asked an alum, two professors and a student which songs they would queue up for a summer drive. See what you think. 

The man behind CAPA’s curtain shares a day

At Columbus’ premier performing arts group, CEO Chad Whittington ’99 expertly juggles priorities so the shows can go on.

How painting helped him cope with OCD

Former tennis player Jeff Sparr is dedicated to helping others build mental wellness through creativity, just as he did.

Chuck Csuri: Comfortable on the edge

The father of digital art helped drive what we see in animated movies, TV graphics and so many more computer creations.

She spent 37 years capturing our best angles

Retiring university photographer Jo McCulty ’84, ’94 MA shares an exclusive tour of her archives to show what makes us Buckeyes.