This event is free with gallery admission. Need a place to pause? An hour to rejuvenate? Join the Wexner Center’s Tracie McCambridge and mindfulness teacher Brandi Lust in exploring mindfulness in the galleries of the Wex. Participants will learn meditation techniques and experience deep, and perhaps new, kinds of engagement with the art. This program will engage the mind, body, and heart through three, one-hour gallery experiences on the dates below. If you’d like to join us, please gather near…Find out more »
Two performances: Wednesday, March 29 at 7 PM and 9 PM “Upholding the legacy of his namesake, saxophonist Joshua Redman—son of the great Dewey Redman—has continued to develop as a leader in jazz….Redman's definitely got the fire and burns hot as coals… unbridled abilities as musician and performer.”—All About Jazz Standout sax talent Joshua Redman thrilled local jazz fans when he last hit the Wex with The Bad Plus. Now he’s back with his stellar Still Dreaming band that pays…Find out more »
Program 1: Thursday, March 30 at 7PM Program 2: Friday, March 31 at 7PM Program 3: Saturday, April 1 at 7PM A fan favorite since 1976, the annual Banff Mountain Film Festival has presented the most creative and inspiring examples of outdoor adventure filmmaking from around the world. This year, for the first time, we’re presenting three entirely different programs over three nights—and we can say with certainty that tickets will sell out fast! Be sure to buy yours early,…Find out more »
Four performances: Thursday-Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 2 PM “These dancers are like electrical currents, and Ms. Gill, with her usual deft sensitivity, tunes us into their vibrations.”—New York Times Bessie Award–winning, New York City–based dance artist Beth Gill makes her Wex debut with her latest piece, Catacomb. The new work is designed to respond to the specific architectural qualities of each venue, and the unique geometry of our Performance Space will provide an ideal framework for its…Find out more »
This Woman’s Work: Ericka Beckman, Cecilia Dougherty, and Jennifer Reeder Join us to celebrate the accomplished work of female filmmakers supported by the studio throughout its 27-year history. Exploring both traditional and experimental approaches to narrative, this program includes "Hiatus," Ericka Beckman’s phantasmagoric, analogue exploration of virtual reality (1999, 30 mins., 16mm transferred to video); "Gone," Cecilia Dougherty’s split-screen recreation of the PBS docudrama "An American Family," here starring artists Laurie Weeks and Amy Sillman and featuring music by Le…Find out more »
“One of the most soulful albums in years from trumpeter Dave Douglas…taken into the right sort of modern territory for Dave’s expressions.”—Dusty Groove on Dada People Jazz trumpet master Dave Douglas unites with Paris-based pianist Frank Woeste (who impressed fans here with Ibrahim Maalouf) for a special suite of compelling jazz inspired by the milieu of artist Man Ray. Recently released on Douglas’s Greenleaf Music label, their recording Dada People evokes the swirling scene that revolved around this master of…Find out more »
Two performances: Saturday at 7PM and 9PM “Iyer is the most celebrated pianist in jazz—he may be the most celebrated musician in jazz right now—and that gives him great creative license…Like the greatest pianists in jazz history—Bud Powell, Art Tatum, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans—Iyer could never be mistaken for anyone else.”—JazzTimes Every time acclaimed jazz pianist Vijay Iyer has come to the Wex, he’s brought a unique band exploring fresh dimensions in his wide-ranging musical interests. Now with this sextet,…Find out more »
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