For the 25th year The Athens NEWS proudly presents our “Women in Athens County” section. This special section gathers responses from women throughout Athens County to questions about important issues both local and universal. Once again our staff put a list of questions online during much of…
The Athens Art Guild helps local art teachers each year during the group’s annual Holiday Shoppe. Approximately 40 artists set up booths at the shop, and each artist is asked to donate one of his or her pieces to be raffled.
Bold geometric patterns are a hallmark of the regional Two Grey Hills style of Navajo weaving. Each piece is finely woven and symmetrical, but the style is also wild, blending blocky triangles and jagged borders with creamy gray and white backgrounds.
A long, gravel road extends far into the heavily wooded hills of eastern Athens County. The road is somewhat treacherous, especially to those who don’t have all- or four-wheel-drive vehicles.
The Southeast Ohio Contemporary Ceramic Trail stretches 52 miles from Athens to Zanesville. Scattered along its path are galleries committed to displaying the best of modern ceramic artwork.
ARTS/West and the Athens County Knitters will present the second annual Athens Area Fiber Faire this coming Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3-4, at the Athens Community Center.
Could maps, text and data be considered art? Ohio University’s Kennedy Museum of Art is featuring an exhibit dedicated to informational art open now until Jan. 10.
The Nelsonville Historic Public Square continues to recover five months after a devastating fire damaged several of its buildings. The fire occurred in April and rebuilding and repair efforts are well under way.