Through Oct. 1, Visiting Artist/New Faculty Exhibition, reception 5-7 p.m., Sept. 27, Hopkins Hall Gallery and Corridor, 292-5171.
Through Oct. 22, Eighth Annual Staff Arts and Crafts Exhibit, Bricker Hall, 292-6212.
Through Oct. 27, "Diverse Directions," paintings and drawings by Don Getz, Faculty Club, 292-2262.
Through Dec. 8, A Tribute to Public Service: The Many Missions of John Glenn Exhibition, Main Library Philip Sills Exhibition Hall, 292-3387.
Through Jan. 21, Cartooning AIDS Around the World Exhibition, Wexner Center's Cartoon Research Library's Reading Room, 299-2437.
Oct. 6-22, Picturing Power: Posters of China's Cultural Revolution, reception 5-8 p.m. Oct. 6, Hopkins Hall Gallery and Corridor, 292-5072.
Oct. 5, Design/Architecture Lecture, J. Mays, Ford Automotive Operations Design, 7 p.m., Mershon Auditorium, admission, 292-3535.
By Barabara J. Gottling
The School of Music kicks off a new Wednesday evening concert series at 8 p.m. Oct. 6, featuring guest artists Kyril Magg, flute and alto flute, and Susan Magg, flute and piccolo, along with OSU faculty member Christopher Weait, bassoon, and Kari Miller, piano and harpsichord. For more information, call 292-2300.
Oct. 1, Board of Trustees, call for schedule, Fawcett Center, 292-6359.
Oct. 7, Making Successful Career Transitions, Jo Dickinson, noon, 122 Oxley Hall, registration required, 293-WELL or email@example.com.
Sept. 26, Definition-Defying New Acoustic Sounds, with Joshua Bell, violin, Edgar Meyer, bass, Sam Bush, mandolin, and Mike Marshall, multi-instruments, 7 p.m., Weigel Hall Auditorium, 292-3535.
Sept. 27, Guest Recital, Susan Waterbury, violin, 8 p.m., Weigel Hall Auditorium, 292-5171.
Sept. 29, Musicology Lecture, "The Sounds of Anxiety, Technology, Kitsch: Reading Modern Music through Film," Arved Ashby, 4:30 p.m., Sullivant Hall Music and Dance Library Seminar Room, 292-5171.
Oct. 3, Vocal Recital Honoring Mario Alch, 4 p.m., Weigel Hall Auditorium, 292-5171.
Oct. 6, Guest Flute Recital, Kyril Magg, flute and alto flute; Susan Magg, flute and piccolo; Christopher Weait, bassoon; and Kari Miller, piano and harpsichord, 8 p.m., Weigel Hall Auditorium, admission, 292-2300.
Oct. 6, Musicology Lecture, "Israeli Music: Nation Building and Musical Creativity," Jan Radzynski, 4:30 p.m., Sullivant Hall Music and Dance Library Seminar Room, 292-5171.
Oct. 8, Bill Frisell with Brian Blade, Greg Leisz and David Piltch, 8 p.m., Weigel Hall Auditorium, admission, 292-3535.
Sept. 25, NHL Exhibition Game, Washington Capitals vs. Chicago Blackhawks, 8 p.m., admission, 431-3600
Sept. 27, Celine Dion, 8 p.m., admission, 431-3600.
Oct. 1, Bolshoi-Stars from the Russian Bolshoi Ballet, 7:30 p.m., admission, 431-3600.
Oct. 4, Backstreet Boys, 7:30 p.m., admission, 431-3600.
Sept. 23-26, U.S. Premiere, Shockheaded Peter, 8 p.m. Sept. 23-25 and 2 p.m. Sept. 26, Thurber Theatre, 292-3535.
Oct. 1, Geometry of Miracles, multimedia spectacle on Frank Lloyd Wright, Ex Machina Theater Company, directed by Robert Lepage,
8 p.m., Mershon Auditorium, admission, 292-0330.
Through Jan. 2, Julie Taymor: Playing with Fire, Galleries A, B, C and D, 292-3535.
Sept. 23, Fran¨ois Truffaut Cinematheque, Jules and Jim (1961) and Two English Girls - The Director's Cut (1971/1984), 7 p.m., Film/Video Theater, admission, 292-3535.
Sept. 24, Fran¨ois Truffaut Cinematheque, The Last Metro (1980) and The Wild Child (1969), 7 p.m., Film/Video Theater, admission, 292-3535.
Sept. 25 and 26, Taymor on Screen, Fool's Fire, 2 p.m. and Oedipus Rex, 3:15 p.m., Film/Video Theater, 292-3535.
Sept. 29, The Hollywood Blacklist, Red Hollywood, introduced by Thom Andersen, 7 p.m., Film/Video Theater, admission, 292-3535.
Sept. 30, Fran¨ois Truffaut Cinematheque, Day for Night (1973) and Mississippi Mermaid (1969), 7 p.m., Film/Video Theater, admission, 292-3535.
Oct. 3, Young Arts, Lions and Costumes and Masks, Oh My! noon-4 p.m., ages 4 to 12, Wexner Center, 292-6493.
Oct. 6, The Hollywood Blacklist, Hitler's Children (Edward Dmytryk, 1943) and Nazi Agent (Jules Dassin, 1942), 7 p.m., Film/Video Theater, admission, 292-3535.
Oct. 7, Julie Taymor and the Art of Transformation, Mel Gussow, New York Times, 7 p.m., Performance Space, admission, 292-3535.
Compiled by Mary Lindner