Art Spotlight: Scott Hunter Abstracts

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The UCLA Film & Television Archive is engaged in a long-term initiative to restore and preserve the legacy of the legendary comedy team Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Join us for a raucous program of three of the boys’ best, as well as a special short of outtakes prepared for Laurel’s 47th birthday! The fine […]

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Public cuppings provide coffee enthusiasts and professionals alike with a unique and exciting tasting experience! Public cuppings are typically held every Sunday at 1pm. Your host is typically one of One Line Coffee’s Lead Baristas – they can answer nearly any question you might have related to coffee tasting and preparation! Each cupping is limited […]

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A joint endeavor between the Cohen Film Collection and the Cineteca di Bologna, The Keaton Project aims to restore the films the great screen comedian Buster Keaton made between 1920 and 1928. We’re excited to share one of the fruits of that labor, Battling Butler, in which Keaton plays a rich dandy who must pretend to […]

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In early 2018, The Museum of Modern Art in New York presented a Martin Scorsese–selected series of films produced at B-movie studio Republic Pictures that were recently restored by Paramount Pictures. One of the true discoveries from that series is That Brennan Girl, a drama about a San Francisco grifter raised by her single mother whose […]

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While promoting her new project on a trip from Cologne to Paris, a Belgian filmmaker named Anna (Aurore Clément) encounters a series of people—both strangers and family members—with whom she shares brief but intense interludes. Akerman explores her character’s inability to connect with the world around her as even intimate moments such as an abruptly […]

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Directed by the blacklisted John Berry, the romantic comedy Claudine stars Diahann Carroll as a single mom in Harlem living on welfare with six kids. Her life is one of daily negotiations with “the system”—both comical and frustrating—as even a low-paying job or marriage to her boyfriend (James Earl Jones) could impact her benefits due to government […]

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You’re invited to enjoy impressive offerings served by Columbus Monthly’s Best New Restaurants, along with drinks and live entertainment. Experience the city’s most exciting arrivals, from emerging cuisines to innovative takes on familiar classics — all in one venue. This strolling dinner features bites from the Best New Restaurants featured in Columbus Monthly’s February issue. This event is […]

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Come down to Brothers Drake Meadery for their weekly jazz show!

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February 28

Hear New York–based artist Zoe Leonard, the Wexner Center’s 2003–4 Artist Residency Award recipient in visual arts, discuss her expansive practice that brings together photography and sculpture to explore themes of loss, migration, gender, and sexuality in the urban landscape. With a distinctly personal eye, Leonard draws attention to the conditions of politics and of […]

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Art Spotlight: Scott Hunter Abstracts

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Short North Give Days: February 20-27

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Art Spotlight: “Perception” Exhibition

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Art Spotlight: “Young Hearts” Juried Exhibition

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February 2019 Gallery Hop Exhibitions & Events

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Art Spotlight: “Reflections While South”

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Art Spotlight: 24 Lincoln Street Art Studios

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