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Public Programs

Fall Exhibition Walk-In Tours
Sept 28–Oct 29
Meet at the gallery entrance
Make the most of your visit to the galleries with a guided walk-in tour led by knowledgeable Wexner Center docents. Tours are free with gallery admission, which is free on Thursday evenings and on the first Sunday of every month. Select foreign-language tours available.
10 Girls/10 Weeks:
A Pens to Pictures Screenwriting Boot Camp
Sept 24–Nov 19
Wexner Center for the Arts
Pens to Pictures is an intensive “writing movies” workshop created by filmmaker Chinonye Chukwu with its own radical story—check out the forthcoming Director’s Dialogue on our fall highlights page for more about that.

Alan O’Leary

Protesting Stereotypes from The Battle of Algiers to Beyoncé Knowles

Nov 1
Film/Video Theater
In this engaging talk by film scholar Alan O’Leary, explore the use of cultural stereotypes in depictions of protest, both in postcolonial filmmaking and in popular culture at large.

WexLab: Drop-in Studio for Youth

Nov 4–Dec 16
Mershon Auditorium
Join us—and bring your friends!—for these free, self-directed, “come and go as you please” studio sessions for youth wanting to explore a variety of creative mediums.

Douglas Crimp

Archives of Femininity

Nov 16
Film/Video Theater
In this year’s Lambert Family Lecture, influential art historian, author, and curator Douglas Crimp discusses nine artists—including Cindy Sherman—who explore femininity as a construct.
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