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.
Curating an Exhibition – Gender Bending Fashion: Sarah Mills ’21 at MFA Boston
by Sarah Mills on October 9, 2019 at 6:20 pm
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. One of the largest museum collections in the country. And here I was, a second year […]
It ain’t Hollywood—Flux Factory and The Real City of Dreams: Colby Nelson-Betz ’22
by Colby Nelson-Betz on September 29, 2019 at 4:18 pm
Flux Factory is an artist residency located in Queens New York….It’s also I place that will forever have a […]
Positivity and Printmaking in Oakland: Amanda Seigel ’22
by Amanda Seigel on September 29, 2019 at 3:49 pm
The street leading up to Carissa’s house is completely blanketed with the thick, sweet smell of […]
Colectiva Artivista – Art & Activism For Mujeres y Feminidades: Alyssa Navarette ’19 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
by Alyssa Navarrette on March 25, 2019 at 6:55 pm
It’s 2019, I’m in my fourth year at Antioch College and I’m on my fifth co-op in Buenos Aires […]
Arts News & Events
AEQAI – a Cincinnati-based e-journal for critical thinking, review and reflective prose on contemporary visual art – has published a review written by Steve Kemple of Michael Casselli’s most recent exhibition ‘a tacit agreement’: "A Dayton, Ohio...
Online art publication Hyperallergic reached out to artists, filmmakers, and Hyperallergic contributors to compile a list of experimental film and video art they're sharing in their networks to combat "cabin fever." As an alternative to everything...
Leilah Weinraub '03 may be known primarily by the fashion crowd as former creative director and CEO of Hood by Air, but she also is a filmmaker. Fifteen years in the making, her documentary Shakedown focuses on the Shakedown Angels, an all-Black...