Thursday, May 25, 2017

Opening Reception for Group Exhibit, Unified Diversity, of works by the Innovative Arts Alliance


Unified Diversity 

A group exhibit by the 
Innovative Arts Alliance 
at ARTS/West

Be Free by Susan Nash
Innovative Arts Alliance began in 1999 with founding members Diane Eyerman, Anna Prince, and Andrea Stern.  The group's intention was to provide support and development among the individual members.  The roster includes woodworkers, printmakers, ceramicists, and collage artists as well as art quilters, who are the base of the group. This exhibit is included in the Crazy Quilt Crawl 2017 for the month of June to coincide with Quilt National at The Dairy Barn Arts Center.

The opening reception is Thursday, June 8, 3:30 - 5:30 pm. 
Light refreshments served.

The exhibit will run until June 30th.  
ARTS/West is open Monday - Thursday, 10am - 4 pm


Wednesday, May 24, 2017


Local Arts Education Job Opportunity


Looking for an arts related job? Amesville Elementary is hiring a one year substitute art teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Details below:


Position: Full-Time Art Teacher
Duration: 2017 - 2018 School Year
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of teaching, and will hang art in the hallways throughout the school year. 
 Location: Amesville Elementary School (Kindergarten through Sixth Grade) in Amesville, Ohio (just outside of Athens, Ohio).
Qualifications: B.A. in Visual Art, and teaching experience with elementary-aged children.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Dr. George Wood, Superintendent, Federal Hocking Local Schools, 8461 State Route 144, Stewart, Ohio 45778.


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The SATB Choir presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Trial by Jury” at ARTS/West, June 11th at 7:00pm


Join ARTS/West Sunday, June 11th at 7:00pm when the SATB choir presents 
Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Trial by Jury” and other selections to inspire justice and compassion. 

The concert benefits Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) an organization of volunteers advocating for children in our legal system. 

Suggested donation of $10 or $15 for a family. 

ARTS/West is located at 132 W. State St. Athens, Ohio

Tuesday, May 16, 2017


Come to ARTS/West 

this Saturday for Front & Center’s free musical 

performance and children’s open stage!


Saturday May 20th 12:00-1:30pm
          
  

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Thursday, May 04, 2017

2017 Ratha Con Pop Culture Convention 
 

ARTS/West and the City of Athens Arts, Parks & Recreation Department is sponsoring the 6th annual
Ratha Con: Athens Own Pop Culture Convention.

Thursday, May 11th (@ Athena Cinema)
ARTS/West Presents: Awarding winning director, Russ Emmanuel with Film Screenings  of "Occupantsand "The Assassin's Apprentice
7pm, $5 for adults; $3 for students (Rated R)

Friday, May 12th (@Arts West):
 Pop Culture Art Opening, 5-7pm, free admission and refreshments!

Friday, May 12th (@Arts West):
Tales from the Flip Side Cabaret Show, 7-9pm
A time-travelling music & magic show, starring John Pyka (aka "Big Daddy Cool")
admission: $10 individual; $20 family

Saturday, May 13th (@ Athens Community Center): 
ARTS/West PresentsRatha Con Pop Culture Convention, 10am-7pm
admission: $10 adults; $5 kids (ages 12-17); Kids under 12 FREE

for more details go to: https://www.therathacon.com/info

What's a POP CULTURE CONVENTION??? Some might call us a COMIC CON, but we think that doesn't quite cover it. We began with a focus on local comic artists, but Ratha Con is a gathering of people who love anything and everything related to comics, games, TV, Movies, and much more!

Whether you're into-  Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Superheroes, Doctor Who, Firefly, Anime, Zombies, Ghostbusters, Video Games, Tabletop games, Card games, Steampunk, Cosplay, or Comics

Ratha Con is the place for you to GEEK OUT and connect with other fans.

We'll see you there!

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

OVST YOUTH THEATER CAMP 10th SUMMER 

Ohio Valley Summer Theater's 10th annual Youth Camp in collaboration with Columbus Area Theatre Company, CATCO, has opened enrollment for youth entering 2nd to 12 grades. The camp which runs from June 5 to 23 features two professional workshops with deep Athens roots.

Campers will have an opportunity to work with a professional clown, improv with an expert, and try their hand at writing and performing sketch comedy with guidance from college sketch groups. For those wanting to specialize in technical aspects of theater, there is a track for them as well.  The camp will culminate in free public performances on June 23.



For more information, or to register go to:


or call:

740-541-3728