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Degas and the Dance
The Toledo Museum of Art examines the French painter's fascination with the art form.
BalletMet Presents ‘Dracula’
As this annual Columbus fall tradition returns Oct. 28 through Nov. 5, BalletMet artistic director Edwaard Liang talks with us about its ongoing appeal with audiences.
BalletMet’s The Nutcracker in Columbus
The holiday tradition returns the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Nutcracker Prince and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra to the Ohio Theatre stage.
Ohio Fall Arts Preview 2022
Save the date for these museum exhibitions, performances and festivals happening across the state this season.
Legendary rocker Peter Frampton collaborates with Cincinnati Ballet in a trio of dance works.
Holiday Arts Preview
We highlight 12 music, theater and dance performances that are sure to fill you with Christmas spirit.
Dayton Ballet Reinvents Dracula
Costume designer Ray Zupp shares how the Dayton Ballet is revamping Bram Stoker’s classic character in its new show.
BalletMet brings "Dracula" back to life in Columbus.
Spring Arts Preview 2019
We highlight 14 exhibitions, shows and festivals that offer a look at all the season has to offer.
These seven stops along the Mountain Music Trail offer a look into Appalachia’s musical heritage.
Polaris P2P November 2019
Arts | Ohio Magazine
Guide to arts events throughout Ohio, including museums, theater, dance and music, and search for events near where you live.
The Columbus Museum of Art examines how World War I led Pablo Picasso to go beyond cubism.
Cincinnati celebrates its German heritage every September with a huge festival. Here are three reasons why it is the largest celebration of its kind in North America.
3 Questions: Jack Hanna
As he nears retirement, the Columbus Zoo’s iconic ambassador discusses the zoo’s evolution, his TV appearances and leaving his adopted hometown.
Fun Loving: 12 Ohio Date Nights
These destinations promise to put a spark in your next evening out together.
Spring Arts Preview 2020
Browse our guide to 12 arts events and experiences that should be part of your plans this season.
Antique & Handmade: 4 Great Michigan Spots
Whether it’s something wonderfully vintage or beautifully handcrafted, Michigan offers a wealth of places to find that special something.
Cleveland, Alan Freed and the World’s First Rock Concert
On March 21, 1952, thousands of people crowded into the Cleveland Arena for the Moondog Coronation Ball, which was expected to go on for hours. Instead, the show was shut down before the end of the first band’s set.