Liz Wu is an instigator of goodness. Her
nonprofit organization, Stone Soup Collective, works to bring the
community together through outreach initiatives, including clothing and
food drives, musical enrichment sessions and lifestyle and wellness
Artist/designer Jason Snell’s inaugural installation Good Eggs
at People’s Liberty’s Globe Gallery next month will be the first
tangible assertion of the organization’s progressive approach to
cultivating the work of unconventional creatives.
is absolutely nothing run-of-the-mill about TheArt of Food
exhibit opening Friday. The popular event is expected to attract as
many as 700 guests. And it’s safe to say that this year’s over-the-top
extravaganza with a Candy Land theme might be the zaniest ever.
When news came out that Katy Perry’s
Super Bowl halftime show was the most-watched and highest-rated of any
in history, there was celebration at Lightborne Communications, the
video production services company in Over-the-Rhine.
When an art museum has a collection of
more than 65,000 objects, it isn’t surprising that many of them wind up
hidden in storage. Sometimes complete collections are stowed there,
rarely if ever seen or studied.
For those too young to remember, WKRP in Cincinnati
was a TV show set in the fictional universe of Cincinnati radio
(emphasis on the word fictional), yet it was based on actual radio
follies from creator Hugh Wilson’s stint in Atlanta radio.
used to be a destination for aspiring artists until the high cost of
living started driving creatives away. In its wake, suddenly
Cincinnati’s affordability and desire for artists have pegged us as a
potential new art frontier.