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Art: Grammatical Errors at the Weston Art Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Melissa Vogley Woods's Grammatical Errors currently occupies the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery handily.Woods is deeply involved in relationships of what she calls “t  

Event: Sierra Club Miami Talk

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 10, 2013
The John Ganis: Consuming the American Landscape photography show of “over-developed/under-respected lands” at Iris BookCafé will have a knowledgeable interpreter when Sam McKinley, chair of the   

Local Composer Gives Back Through Music for the Holidays

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Composer Rick Sowash has a simple idea: Anyone can buy any of his CDs for any amount they want to pay and he promises to give half to the St. George Food Pantry. The other half goes to cover the cost of producing the albums, which is considerable.
  

Museum Series Engages Art Lovers Who Have Alzheimer's

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 30, 2013
On the first Wednesday of each month, a group of special visitors gathers in one of three participating Cincinnati museums for a tour designed expressly for them. The group includes people whose memories are fragile in the extreme and their guests, the family members or others who accompany them.  

Art: Memories in the Museum

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 30, 2013
On the first Wednesday of each month, a group of special visitors gathers in one of three participating Cincinnati museums for a tour designed expressly for them. The group includes people whose memor  

Art: Harper Ever After at the Art Academy of Cincinnati

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 22, 2013
The Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC) invites the public to a reception for the exhibition Harper Ever After, honoring Charlie and Edie (McKee) Harper, two 1947 AAC graduates who first met on the steps   

Art: John Ganis: Consuming the American Landscape at the Iris Bookcafe

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 15, 2013
John Ganis is a Detroit-based photographer whose works “mediate between the idyllic and the apocalyptic.” He spent two decades photographing the continental United States, recording glories and en  

Film: Cincinnati World Cinema Presents A Place at the Table

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 8, 2013
A Place at the Table takes a revealing look at what’s on the table for an increasing number of people, especially children, who are ill-fed and under-fed. Cincinnati World Cinema screens the film Su  

Early American Art Is 'Telling Tales' at the Taft

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 2, 2013
In 1850, when Robert S. Duncanson was painting landscapes on the hallways of what is now the Taft Museum of Art, art itself had a somewhat different place in popular culture than it has today. Duncanson’s landscapes are idealized scenes of nature and, as such, are considered uplifting.  

Tides of War Touch Home

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 14, 2013
The Lloyd Library and Museum may not be on your accustomed arts radar but its extraordinary current exhibition could put it there. Wounded Home reflects the ghastly physical toll war has on its participants as well as its psychological toll on them and their families.