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Category: Visual Arts

A Nod to Being

The text of the piece A Nod to Being reads: In a subconscious nod to my… [existence] …I went through brief phases of being. It seems we’re in a constant […]

What will your art do?

What will your art do? Below are a variety of artists creating art as a catalyst for social change. TheirТ work reflects contemporary social justice issues, coming from a place of […]

PAGES has an Instagram!

          Follow us on Instagram:Т wexnerpagesprogramТ and see what we’re up to throughout this coming school year!  

Dana Lynn Harper

I wanted to go ahead and share this amazing show up at Second Sight Studio, located in the neighborhood of Franklinton in Downtown Columbus. Second Sight Studio is a really […]

Facebook 10 Stories

More and more our relationship to technology is transforming ways we connect with people around the world. Today I found out about Facebook’s 10 Stories project.Т  The site highlights 10 […]

A Bag Lady by Any Other Name

Work by Mary Mattingly “I do expect that in the near future, much more of the world’s population will be forced to migrate for environmental or political reasons. I’ve […]


Thank you everyone for a great first week for round one of pre-visits. I really enjoyed meeting all the students and am excited for this second week to unfold. I […]

Connection to History of STUFF

I was searching the web and found this project that relates perfectly to the video I posted yesterday for History of Stuff. I could see the photographs being used for […]

How Mierle Laderman Ukeles turned maintenance into art

Check this out! Trash Talk: The Department of Sanitation’s Artist in Residence Is a RealТ Survivor Т Т Т Т Т Т Т Т Т Т Т Т  Mierle Laderman Ukeles is a performance artist whoms most well-known projects Touch Sanitation (1970–1980), […]

Realizing Value

With the Wasteland experience approaching rather soon, I wanted to share a great group of artists I had the opportunity to visit with in Miami during Art Basel last week. […]

PAGES Teacher Meeting Recap and Resources

Our recent PAGES Teacher Meeting cultivated a rich landscape for the flourishing of investigation, creativity, and collaboration. Teacher-partners expressed their affirmation for the growth in student maturity with respect to […]