The arts at Antioch College are experiential and experimental.
We see the arts as important social practices that challenge us to think from new perspectives, feel outrage or empathy, and cultivate a kind of civic imagination. Students and faculty study and make documentary and narrative film, radio, 2D and 3D visual art, and experimental theatre and performance art. They make art to express, question, confront, and empower. We encourage and support students to explore new mediums and to find synergies with other disciplines and to engage with broader political and social ideas.
Melitine Pikakos ’22 at WYSO Radio Stationby Melitine on October 18, 2020
WYSO’s mission is to connect the Larger Miami Valley (and the nation) with the community through voice, news, music, and stories. Their vision is to be, “the greatest small station in the country as measured by the number of local stories told and by the
Grass is Greener When it Grows Through the Sidewalk: Ike Wylie ’22 in Philadelphia, PAby Ike Wylie on October 16, 2020
For my co-op, I chose to work on a restoration project in Philadelphia, PA. The project, pictured below, is a Queen Anne-style Victorian house, complete with a turret, servant staircases, and floors that creak. My host family, Kevin, Benny, and Melinda, have been working on
Antioch Horror Stories Spring 2020: Jacob Philip ’23by Jacob Philip on June 1, 2020
When I started my first year at Antioch, I wasn’t expecting to be quarantined my first co-op term. My name is Jacob Philip, and my self -designed co-op for the 2020 spring term is to illustrate a compilation of horror stories that Quinn Ritzhaupt is
Arts News & Achievements
Gabby Loomis-Amrhein ’17 has had her first book, evening primroses, a book of poetry, published by Recenter Press.
During the 2021 Winter quarter, students of Media Production 102 are gaining hands-on experience from Basim Blunt–WYSO Senior Media Producer and Instructor, Dayton Youth Radio Project Coordinator, and Host of Behind the Groove.
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will present “Color Odyssey” – an exhibition featuring the works of acclaimed artist Emma Amos ’58. The exhibition premieres on Saturday, Jan 30, 2021, and will run until Sunday, Apr 25, 2021.