As part of its Wex Wide Open celebration, the Wexner Center for the Arts has launched a newly designed web site that is both easier to navigate and more visually appealing. The site, which remains at www.wexarts.org, has been completely reconceived and...
Recent Press Releases
Wexner Center Unveils Newly Designed, User-Friendly Web Site
Wexner International Center Presents Children’s Second Film Annual Festival Columbus in December
Four-Day Film Festival Includes Acclaimed Movies, Live Music, Visiting Filmmakers, Children’s Activities, and More
Featuring four days of critically acclaimed global films for families, the Wexner Center‘s second annual Columbus International Children’s Film Festival will be held...
Vanguard Theater Group Mabou Mines Offers Funhouse Twist on Classic Ibsen Play
“So fascinating...it must be seen.”—New York Times on Mabou Mines DollHouse
As part of its reopening celebration, the Wexner Center presents Mabou Mines DollHouse, a radical update of the classic Henrik Ibsen play A Doll’s House, November 16–...
Introducing Free Gallery Admission
After spending $15.8 million to renovate its landmark building, the Wexner Center for the Arts is making yet another improvement: free gallery admission.
Beginning Sunday, October 30, 2005, the center’s newly luminous exhibition spaces will...
Wexner Center Foundation Board Appoints New Trustees
The Wexner Center Foundation announced yesterday the appointment of two new board trustees: James E. Kunk, president of the central region of The Huntington National Bank, and Kevin E. Walker, president and chief operating officer of AEP-Ohio....
Multimedia Performance Ensemble Returns to Wexner Center with Digital-era Theater Work Super Vision
“...a slick, seamless performance that combines theater with technology...”— Minneapolis Star Tribune
In a highlight of its reopening week, the Wexner Center presents New York-based multimedia performance ensemble The Builders Association in...
November Music Lineup at the Wexner Center
Immediately on the heels of its grand reopening, the Wexner Center presents a full slate of concerts in November, from local debuts to returning favorites (such as The Bad Plus, Jeff Tweedy, and Andrew Bird). The shows take place in the center’s Performance...
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