Wexner Center for the Arts

The Wexner Center is a multi-disciplinary arts center located on campus at Ohio State. OSU students are members of the center, and thus entitled to discount tickets and many other benefits. The Wexner Center provides a diverse array of contemporary arts, including visual arts exhibitions by major artists and emerging talents, films and videos by leading filmmakers of the past and present, and performing arts from around the world.
 
The Wexner Center is also committed to being an active "laboratory" for the development for new works. In recent years, for example, the Wexner center has featured the Gate Theatre of Dublin in performances of Krapp's Last Tape and Waiting for Godot, Julie Taymor's The King Stag, Anne Bogart and the SITI Company's Room, and Spalding Gray's Morning Noon and Night. Residency Award recipients for 2008-09 are choreographer William Forsythe, filmmaker Guy Maddin, and innovative theater groups Young Jean Lee's Theater Company and Improbable (formerly Improbable Theatre).
 
The Wexner Center has also sponsored Peer Gynt, The Department of Theatre's first collaboration with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. In addition to organizing public presentations of contemporary work in the performing, media and visual arts, the Wexner Center actively seeks to provide opportunities for interaction among visiting artists, students, faculty, and staff of the University, and members of the community.
 
For more information, visit the Wexner Center website.

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