The "Art of Leviathan" exhibit at Wild Goose Creative offers a number of beautiful renditions inspired by Herman Melville's "Moby Dick," but doesn't end there. Along with the exhibit (closing Aug. 30), there are a handful of events - including a 25-hour reading of the novel (Aug. 29-30) and a panel discussion featuring "Moby Dick" scholars: Ohio State English professor Elizabeth Ranker, Ohio State PhD student Drew Sweet, author Justin Hocking and Matt Kish, artist of "Moby Dick In Pictures: One Drawing for Every Page."

The "Art of Leviathan" exhibit at Wild Goose Creative offers a number of beautiful renditions inspired by Herman Melville's "Moby Dick," but doesn't end there. Along with the exhibit (closing Aug. 30), there are a handful of events - including a 25-hour reading of the novel (Aug. 29-30) and a panel discussion featuring "Moby Dick" scholars: Ohio State English professor Elizabeth Ranker, Ohio State PhD student Drew Sweet, author Justin Hocking and Matt Kish, artist of "Moby Dick In Pictures: One Drawing for Every Page."