Star Wars has been a cultural force since the first trilogy began in 1977. Fans have been clamoring for more material and, in the long absences between films, they have created their own.
The Columbus Museum of Art is displaying some of this art for the final weekend in an exhibit called "Force of Fandom".
Join guest host Clare Roth as she discusses how Star Wars has changed the world, impacted fans, and their creations.
- Tony Vinci, assistant professor of English at Ohio University-Chillicothe and co-editor of "Culture, Identities, and Technology in the Star Wars Films"
- Jeff Sims, creative producer at the Columbus Museum of Art
- Jeff Carlisle, artist featured in the exhibit and art contributor for LucasFilms
- "Force of Fandom", exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art