It’s that time of year when holidays take center stage. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or even Festivus, we want to see how you mark this special time.
We’d like to see how UA celebrates the season and we need your help. Send us your pictures of holiday lights, cookie decorations, table settings, wrappings and anything else creative you do during the month that displays your creativity and skill.
Message us on Twitter and Instagram using @uarthere, or add #uarthere to your posts and we’ll share your artistry with the rest of the UA community.
Works by Paul Weber, Kate Menke and Rebecca Rea
November 1-30, Reception November 4, 5-7pm
Three artists explore “vessels” in their work and the resulting pieces span a range of interpretations and techniques. In each case the artist infuses the work with his or her own symbolism and invites the viewer to look beyond the vessel itself and see what meaning it may contain.
October 20, 22, 23: Fall Follies
Fall Follies is an annual event from the UAHS Vocal Music Department. This year’s Follies will be performed in the style of a true Vaudeville show with music from the Golden Age through today’s contemporary Broadway. The Thursday and Saturday shows begin at 7:30 pm and the Sunday matinee begins at 2:30 pm. It will feature all 300-some vocal music students in the various choirs, plus some stand out soloists. This event is a fundraiser for the East Coast tour the Symphonic Choir takes in the spring. Tickets, ranging from $8-$14, can be purchased online by visiting their website.
October 30, 4 pm: Halloween Spooktacular:
Join the UAHS Orchestra for a spooky good time at their Halloween Spooktacular event. Come in costume, join the parade, and get some loot for your candy bag. The orchestra will play Halloween themed selections including Monster Mash, Thriller and the theme from Ghostbusters. Tickets are $5, free for ages 2 and under. The show takes place at the high school auditorium.
Join us October 8 & 9 as we participate in the Columbus Open Studio & Stage tour. Stop by the Concourse Gallery on October 8 from 11am-5pm and immerse yourself in literary arts in the Concourse Gallery, enjoy light refreshments and create an artful book piece of your own. Andrew Miller, UA resident and artist, will be reading from his book, If Only the Names Were Changed, at 1pm October 8 & 9 and then signing ($15) purchased copies.
We have 5 free maps (regularly $10 each) available for our UArtHere followers. Stop by the desk in the Parks and Recreation office in the Municipal Services Center to get yours before they are gone!