Music and Arts

Ohio University's Creative Writing Program will present Writers Harvest, a benefit for hunger relief, on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Walter Hall Rotunda. Proceeds from the $5 admission will benefit the Southeastern Ohio Food Bank.

This year, Writers Harvest, the nation’s largest reading series working to help fight hunger, will feature OU professor of poetry and award-winning author Mark Halliday and nationally acclaimed fiction writer Donald Ray Pollock (pictured).

Movies are paired with short talks by scientists and tech experts
WOUB's Amy Schmitt has a preview

WOUB Music Blog

Grammy Award-winning group will perform in OU's Baker Center Theater on Sept. 22
Pianist Ed Kruse is the special guest on Sept. 20
Brooklyn indie-rocker will perform at The Union on Sept. 20

NPR Music

Arts

"The Importance of Being Earnest" will be performed May 8-11
Solo exhibit by Adam Lindner will be on display through May 28
Levi Smith's "Sparkie's Great Adventures" was released April 29 by Tate Publishing and Enterprises
"Impressive Impressions" includes more than 50 contemporary prints from 1960-2000
Emi Olin will attend awards ceremony at Google headquarters
OU students perform weekly as members of Blue Pencil Comedy or Black Sheep Improv
Photos of Nelsonville's monthly arts celebration, held on April 25, 2014
Event coincides with Nelsonville's Final Friday on Public Square

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