What's Happening

Students watching TV in the student union
Newsletters
Doane Gymnasium, Burton Hall, and Cleveland Hall became important building in the growth of the arts on campus.
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Newsletters
As the arts expanded, so did building needs.
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wave
Performances
The Department of Theatre presents the world premiere of Pearls in the Wave, a new play by Hongyi Tian ‘13.
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The Big Blue Tent
Newsletters
The Big Blue Tent brought summer theatre to Denison
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Newsletters
This article on Thresher and Recital Halls is the third in a series of articles on the history of Denison’s Arts Quad.
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Michael Morris with the Ahn Trio
Announcements & Updates
Director of Denison’s acclaimed Vail Series Michael Morris, announces his retirement.
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Newsletters
This article on the former Theatre Arts building and the Cinema House is the second in a series of articles on the history of Denison’s Arts Quad
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Newsletters
This series of articles about Denison’s Art Quad buildings begins with an early history of the Arts Quad
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Emerson '23 & Jon Powell '23
Performances
A collection of five short comedies by David Ives each with different characters, stories and focuses, ranging from existential crisis to romantic comedy.
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Students performing 'Everybody'
Performances
A lottery-based play about living, dying, and who will come with you when it’s your time.
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Fairs & Festivals
The longest continually running Jazz Guitar Festival in the United States.
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Exhibitions
The latest exhibit at the Denison Museum is a display of panoramic photographs and gripping portraits by Will Wilson, a Navajo photographer.
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Performance outside the Eisner Center
Denison's Eisner Center director talks about keeping the arts alive during the year-plus of COVID-19.
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Orchestra practice
Performances
An interview with Chelsea Gallo, Emily Ji '22 and Katherine Ji '22.
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students rehearsing
Performances
What really delights me about this semester’s band is that it is mostly first-years, and they are so full of talent. The future of Denison jazz is bright
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Adam Venrick
Performances
There are 13 different variations of the bird story, and they work together to gradually become one larger story.
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Teddy Reedy ‘21
Student News
Stories told through music that are not as they seem.
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Announcements & Updates
Greater Columbus Arts Council brings a public art project featuring Columbus artists to campus this spring.
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Vibrant textiles from Denison Museum are the subject of Fashioning Identity: Mola Textiles of Panamá, an exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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Destiny Mack ‘21 as Marianne Angell and Jordan Zelvin ‘21 as Marie Antoinette
Performances
This feminist comedy contemplates creativity in a time of great chaos, offering its audience a rollicking two hour rollercoaster ride.
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Tiny Tutti Rehearsal
Exhibitions
Tiny TUTTI Original Works Festival showcases original art by students and faculty.
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Newsletters
“The support that we provide can offer our students a wide range of skills that are easily transferred into many other careers and industries."
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Bluegrass/American Roots students
Denison and Ohiolina Music Festival announce a three-year partnership for students to perform with and learn from national touring musicians.
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Fairs & Festivals
Moving Resiliency: A Screendance Festival on Friday, February 26 7 & 8pm; Saturday, February 27, 7pm
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students performing outside eisner
Broadway may be closed, but performing and other arts are thriving at some colleges, writes Professor Margot Singer.
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How to spell “resilience”
Performances
A production of the beloved musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee proves the old adage “the show must go on.”
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BRANCH performance
Performances
BRANCH: a performance practice exploring groundedness and connection in unpredictable times
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Sawyer Muir
Student News
During COVID-19 the music department wanted to do something to create a sense of community - the result - a great t-shirt shared across the world.
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Student News
Denison's Theatre students are creating and sharing memories.
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Cellist Matt Haimovitz
Performances
Enjoy an interview with renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz, a Vail Series artist performing "A Movable Feast" over this week at Denison.
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Stairway in the Eisner Center for the Performing Arts
Pirates of Penzance performance
Pirates of Penzance performance
Big Red Revue

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