By the time you read this, Patrick Cost —
Direct Support Professional (DSP) for Living Arrangements for the
Developmentally Disabled (LADD) — and his friend and charge, artist Mike
Weber, will be in Japan.
In early celebration of Father’s Day (which is June 15), photographer Molly Donnermeyer — one of the creators of Live(In) Gallery and a former member of U-Turn — has co-curated a site-specific selection of photographic work by her father, Harry Donnermeyer.
Over the course of nearly a decade, gallery owner Lily Mulberry exhibited the artwork of dozens of artists at her 1305 Gallery on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine before she passed away this past April from complications of Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
“Sometimes it’s hard to explain what we do
because it’s still evolving,” says Philip Valois, designer and
co-founder of Reptiles+Rainbows, a multidisciplinary design studio he
began in early 2013 with designer, art director and life partner, Carla
A diminutive white-bearded man, Avtar Gill stood out in any crowd despite his humble stature. Always
wearing his oversized, hand-drawn, (typically) all caps messages which
he affixed to a baseball cap with usually no more than a few
strategically placed rubber bands, he documented everyday history in
mundane yet sometimes profound ways.