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Thursday, 12 December 2013 11:04
BGSU art students Crysta Bartman and A.J. Owens stroll around the Wolfe Center, costumed as fanciful Asian characters during ArtsX. Activities for the Friday event spread across three buildings in Bowling Green State University's arts campus and involved student and faculty artists, musicians, actors, dancers and writers. (Photos: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS

Art students Chloe Cherubin, left, and Katelyn Rammel re-enact a scene from ancient Greek art in the School of Art.
Hand-crafted glass items are offered for sale in the glass studio.
Dancers engage in experimental movement in the Eva Marie Saint Theatre.
Katie Witherell, from left, Megan Jornov and Anneliese Spangler pose for a photo as trapeze artists in a studio set up by Lou Krueger in Wolfe Center for the Arts.
Theater students as a dragon walk through the Wolfe Center on their way to participate in the Holiday Extravaganza concert in Kobacker Hall.
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