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Work It!

Public Programs

Erwin Wurm
One Minute Sculptures, 1997
Courtesy the artist

Work It!

Young Arts

Bring your family, friends, or neighbors to these free activities for children ages 4–12 and their adult companions. Just drop in—no registration required.

Sun, Oct 10, 2004 1 PM

In this program for ages 4 and up, children and their families can explore the Wexner Center's Work Ethic exhibition through interactive tours and imaginative, artist-led creative projects.
What's the difference between work and play? Who makes, follows, and bends the rules of each? In this program for ages 4 and up, children and their families can explore the Wexner Center's Work Ethic exhibition through interactive tours and imaginative, artist-led creative projects. From making a one-minute sculpture to designing a fantastic machine, your family will enjoy activities that show how making art "work" is even more fun than we imagine! No registration required.

Belle and Sebastian

Belle and Sebastian headline Next@Wex Fest at the LC Outdoor Pavilion on June 14; the lineup also includes Jungle and Son Lux.

Hard to Be a God

Don't miss what Cinema Scope calls a "beautiful, brilliant…message from another time": Aleksei German's Hard to Be a God, screening Tuesday, May 26.