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WCBE VIP Events for March 2020

Feb 26, 2020

Here is the list of VIP concerts coming up in March of 2020.

If you donated at the VIP level during one of our fund drives within the last year and haven't redeemed your free event tickets with us yet, please call us at (614) 365-5555 or email Tristan DeMaria at tdemaria.wcbe@gmail.com with your name and the event you'd like to attend!

 

WCBE VIP Events for February 2020

Jan 29, 2020

Here is the list of VIP concerts coming up in February of 2020.

If you donated at the VIP level during one of our fund drives within the last year and haven't redeemed your free event tickets with us yet, please email Tristan DeMaria at tdemaria.wcbe@gmail.com with your name and the event you'd like to attend!

Goodbye to Mr. Creosote. Goodbye to the naked organist. Goodbye to Brian's mum, and to all her screeching sisters. Goodbye to Terry Jones, who has consumed his final wafer-thin mint.

Ohio Shorts 2020 Call for Entries

Jan 11, 2020

The Wexner Center for the Arts is making a call for submissions for it's Ohio Shorts 2020 film event.

Submit your work to our 24th annual competition showcasing Ohio-produced short films—from documentary, animation, or dramatic narrative, to anything in-between! Entires will be accepted electronically through March 2nd, and prizes will be awarded at a screening and reception on April 18th.

In 1994, actor Charlize Theron was just starting out in show business when a famous director invited her to an audition at his home. When she showed up, she found the director drinking and in his pajamas. He touched her leg; she apologized and left in a hurry.

Driving away, Theron became angry — with herself: "I just kept hitting the steering wheel," she says. "I put a lot of blame on myself ... that I didn't say all the right things, and that I didn't tell him to take a hike, and that I didn't do all of those things that we so want to believe we'll do in those situations."

Actor Peter Fonda, best-known for his iconic role as a free-spirited motorcycle rider in the 1969 counterculture classic Easy Rider, died Friday at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 79. The cause of his death was respiratory failure due to lung cancer, according to a family statement released to People magazine.

Please Touch the Art:Episode 9 Frida Kahlo's The Broken Column

Aug 7, 2019

Kieve and Camille, a veterinarian and cancer researcher, discuss Kahlo’s Broken Column. The pair blaze through topics like chronic pain, colonialism, race, Catholic symbolism, and Lacanian Psychology, and Feminism. Once again this is a packed episode! I hope you’re excited! 

Links to art: https://www.fridakahlo.org/the-broken-column.jsp 

Music:

Fed up with Hunger by Saintsenenca: