24 things to do the weekend of March 3
The Visible Invisible and Star House have recently partnered with Wild Goose Creative to expand the art opportunities available at homeless youths at Star House to include spoken word/poetry, improvisation, drama and more. Beginning last month, Wild Goose has coordinated local artists to provide additional classes in these disciplines. The first public program to come from this partnership will be "Civilization," a monthly open mic at Wild Goose for which Star House youth will perform on Friday, March 3.
- Local band Ipps record release show at Ace of Cups
- JT Thompson “Into the Labyrinth” opens at RAW Gallery
- Jon Langford of the Mekons plays house concert
- “Playing With Color” opens at 934 Gallery
- City Tavern opens in Italian Village
- Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears at the Newport Music Hall
- M Ross Perkins plays the Rumba Cafe
Questions surround the team heading into the 2017 campaign, largely the result of last year’s finish out of the MLS playoffs. Four Ghana-born players will help the team try to answer those questions."For me, I'm just happy seeing my countrymen here. They're my brothers," defender Harrison Afful said. "I think we all want to work hard [and] fight hard to help the club achieve big things. It was a good choice for us to be here together."
- Sean Christopher Gallery “Concentration 9” exhibition of work by Fort Hayes students
- Indie Comics Fair set at Ace of Cups
- Kindred Beers one-year anniversary party
- Hoof Hearted Brewery & Kitchen one-year anniversary party
- ‘One Woman Sex and the City’ at Lincoln Theatre
- Alicia Little/Wooming Kim exhibition at ROY G BIV Gallery
- Sundy Best at the Rumba Cafe
- Louis the Child plays Park Street Saloon
"Holler," Scott Woods' month-long series of arts events and performances highlighting black artists from the Columbus area, is underway. One of Woods' favorite artist-venue pairings hits this weekend when DJ Krate Digga will hold court at the Columbus Museum of Art. "It was important to me to put certain art in places where it could really shine," Woods said. "I got a DJ, who I commissioned to do an original musical piece, at the [Columbus Museum of Art], because that's where you should premiere original art."