Editor's Picks: 19 things to do this weekend
Chuck Bluestone approached Columbus artist Hani Hara with the question, "Can you paint an egg?" Hara accepted the challenge, and, proving it could be done, gave birth to Art 360°. The full collection of 48 eggs (by artists from every corner of the state) can be viewed online at arthatchingacrossohio.com, and at the Columbus Museum of Art, which welcomes the exhibit beginning April 15.
- Grrrls Rock Columbus benefit concert at Ace of Cups
- Andrew Bird plays Express Live
- OSU ACCAD open house
- Capital University student art exhibition
- ColumbusBlood at Café Bourbon Street
As a speculative poet, Betts specializes in science fiction, horror and fantasy. His cast of characters often comprises zombies, ghosts, robots and characters from old TV shows and movies. For example, Van Helsing and Mothra make guest appearances in his latest book. There is also a poem, "Ghost of a Beloved Children's Show Host," which "sort of references a giant purple dinosaur, but not by name," Betts said.
- Record Store Day 2016
- AIDS Walk Central Ohio at McFerson Commons Park
- Teen Suicide at Double Happiness
- "Anthropocene" continues at 934 Gallery
- Heather Marks, Tiffany Christopher exhibit continues at 400 W. Rich
- Inbokeh at Big Room Bar
In the first of what is intended to be a trilogy of related works, choreographer Faye Driscoll's witty and charming"Thank You for Coming: Attendance"is designed to both engage and ensnare audiences. Performers pass through perpetually morphing states of physical entanglement and madcap scenes of distorted familiarity, Driscoll's choreography building new bodies, new stories and new ways of reimagining group experience.