Ohio State's planned Arts District will boast the Timashev Family Music Building — a new home for the School of Music — and a new building for the Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts. Both facilities will feature state-of-the-art performance spaces, modern recital halls and high-tech classrooms.
In positioning all visual and performing arts disciplines around the revitalized entryway to campus at 15th Avenue and High Street, we are creating an arts ecosystem — an enduring, yet ever-evolving hub for artistic, educational, social and commercial interchange.
We are welcoming the community to campus through the arts.
The visual and performing arts are a centerpiece of The Ohio State University. Our rich and challenging curriculum and professional faculty artists cultivate a vibrant environment where unlimited opportunities exist for creativity, free expression, real-world experience, strong traditions and community engagement.
The Urban Arts Space encourages transformative experiences that expand worldviews, offer hands-on practical experiences in the arts and education and develop new career skills to reflect an entrepreneurial culture.
Globalization is bringing profound changes in the economic, political, technological and cultural lives of nations around the world. These changes influence how education is understood, who it serves, how it is assessed, and how it is implemented.
The Orton Geological Museum is located in Orton Hall. Part of the School of Earth Sciences, the Museum plays a key role in teaching, outreach and research. It is open to the public free of charge from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Through exhibitions, screenings, performances, artist residencies, and education programs, the Wexner Center for the Arts acts as a forum where established and emerging artists can test ideas and where diverse audiences can participate in cultural experiences that enhance the understanding of the art of our time.
Surrounded by walls of glass and natural light, this venue presents a diverse array of exhibitions that inspire collaboration, discussion, and growth among the university community.
Classical archaeology is the study of the art, architecture, and culture of the ancient Greeks and Romans, on the basis of their archaeological remains. This museum is designed to provide a significant focus for ongoing teaching, research, and outreach.
Sullivant Hall brings together multiple arts units on campus, opening up new creative opportunities for students to work together in the visual and performing arts with state-of-the-art teaching, research and performance spaces.
The Music and Dance Library, situated on the second floor of the 18th Avenue Library, houses approximately 80,000 disc and tape recordings, 130,000 books and scores, 12,000 serials, 5,600 microfilms, and a large collection of DVD and VHS videos.