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Good Hair Day

Beauty stylists primp for another "Art of" blockbuster

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Is The Art of Hair a quiet beauty compared with the hungry beast that is the Carnegie Center’s highly anticipated annual show The Art of Food? Nope. It’s a monster, too.   

Event: The Art of Hair

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Is The Art of Hair, returning Sunday to The Carnegie in Covington, Ky., a quiet beauty compared with the hungry beast that is the center’s highly anticipated annual show The Art of Food? Nope.   

Innovation Is the Heart and Sole of Fashionable Exhibit

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 11, 2013
“It’s gotta be the shoes,” Nike’s 1980s Air Jordan ads marveled. And if you ask Cincinnati Art Museum curators Cynthia Amnéus and Amy Dehan which of today’s fashions stand the test of time, they too point to shoes — at least those in What’s New: Fashion & Contemporary Craft.
  

Art: What’s New: Fashion & Contemporary Craft

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 11, 2013
“It’s gotta be the shoes,” Nike’s 1980s Air Jordan ads marveled. And if you ask Cincinnati Art Museum curators Cynthia Amnéus and Amy Dehan which of today’s fashions stand the test of time,  

Event: Cat Scratch Fever: Artists Unite for OAR

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Choose your favorite tribute to a tabby or homage to a Himalayan when Thunder-Sky Inc. gallery hosts a silent auction of cat-themed paintings, photography and sculpture for the benefit of Ohio Alleyca  

Literary: Simon Tofield

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Each “Simon’s Cat” video (an animated online cartoon series about a fat, funny cat) is like catnip for those who own and are owned by felines. The YouTube sensation has drawn more than 420   

A 'Superunknown' Impulse Binds Neo-Folk Artists

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Northside’s Thunder-Sky, Inc. wrestles with the term “outsider” art. Though it’s a marketable label, it can heap sometimes-false assumptions upon artists. They’re presumed to be uneducated, untrained, isolated, developmentally disabled and/or indifferent to profit. Thunder-Sky, Inc. co-founders Keith Banner and Bill Ross prefer “unconventional” to describe the works.  

Literary: Doris Kearns Goodwin

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Doris Kearns Goodwin is one of the nation’s most recognizable historians, especially after last fall’s tour to promote the film Lincoln, based on her book Team of Rivals. Now, she discusses h  

Art: Billy Tackett at POPP=D ART Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Even after Halloween, the undead come out at night. They’re just insatiable that way — and so are their fans. Find both at POPP=D ART Gallery during Artbeat on Short Vine, the first Friday gallery  

Far-Reaching Exhibit 'Vessels' Is More than Just Bowls

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 4, 2013
As home to Vessels: All the Eyes Can Hold, Kennedy Heights Arts Center is a vessel itself, brimming with nearly 100 works representing 57 artists. Co-curator Lynn Conaway saw to it that this wouldn’t be a show of only stoneware pots, which is an easy place to go when the theme is “vessels,” so she asked artists to think outside the bowl.