Radically Visible at Thunder-Sky (closing June 11)
features the work of four interdisciplinary artists and is a testimony to the
lives and voices of people who do not or cannot conform to traditional
Philadelphia-based artist, writer and
curator Zachary Rawe and visual artist and poet Avril Thurman will have
an exhibition of artwork at Live(In) Gallery titled if only awkwardly, all gots is words and crying.
Sequential artist and illustrator Dame Darcy and writer
Lisa Crystal Carver (aka Lisa Suckdog) will be performing raucous scenes
from their collaborative new book The Jaywalker on Sunday
evening at the Ice Cream Factory.
Despite the determination of national
media to proffer Cincinnati as an example of a city that has rectified
all of its problems related to issues of race, the experience of those
affected by our city’s efforts to “revitalize” ground zero neighborhoods
like Over-the-Rhine tell a much different story.
This Saturday, Price Hill Will, with the assistance of
local Guatemalan artist Hugo Stuardo Ramirez Carrasco and Price Hill
artist Lizzy DuQuette, will lead the community in the Latin American
tradition of making colorful sawdust carpets called “alfombras.”