Super Sunday: Hard Targets
What better way to kick off your Super Bowl celebration than exploring the world of sports as seen by contemporary artists?
Visit the Hard Targets and Cyprien Gaillard exhibitions for free and enjoy programs that bring together art and athletics. As part of the festivities, we’re offering a free screening of Go Tigers!, a documentary about high school football in Massillon, Ohio, that ESPN called one of the five best sports documentaries of all time. You can also see a dance performance created by Ohio State dance student Dante Brown in response to Hard Targets. Hands-on activities include artmaking with unusual utensils and "game-face" painting.
Keep reading for a complete schedule.
11 AM–6 PM: Visit the Galleries
See Hard Targets and the Cyprien Gaillard exhibitions. Admission is free all day.
11 AM–2 PM: Get a Snack at Cam's On Campus
Cam's will be serving hot dogs along with other light fare and beverages.
1–5 PM: Activities
Make your own pennant, get your game face on, "draw" with sports equipment, and more.
1 PM & 3 PM: Exhibition Tours
Visit the Hard Targets exhibition with a Wexner Center docent. Questions and discussion are welcome and encouraged!
1 PM & 4 PM: Film Trailers
Drop by the Film/Video Theater to see trailers from classic and not-so-classic sports films.
1:30 PM & 2:30 PM: Chalk Boundaries Dance Performance
Chalk Boundaries is a new short work for an all-male cast by Ohio State dance student Dante Brown. The piece was inspired by the Hard Targets exhibition.
2 PM: Go Tigers! Film
(Kenneth A. Carlson, 2001)
Go Tigers chronicles the vigorous passion for high school football in the small rustbelt town of Massillon, Ohio.
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THE WEXNER CENTER
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Columbus Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
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