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Art: Art After Dark: Crystal Clues to the Sublime

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Environmental artist and longstanding arts advocate Alice Weston first began photographing crystals after her daughter brought home an image of a cell under microscope. The similarity between these mi  

Art: Posters & Prayers Benefit for Mike Amann

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 17, 2013
If you ever needed a good excuse to go and buy some locally printed posters for your home, now is the perfect opportunity: The Friends of Mike Amann group is putting on a benefit for their beloved col  

Art: Martin Tucker: Remembered at the DAAP Galleries

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Martin Tucker was a retired painting and drawing professor at the University of Cincinnati’s Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) School of Art for 37 years before he passed away last March  

Art: Peril in Space and Time Semantics Fundraiser

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 3, 2013
In an effort to be more proactive in their collective future, some of semantics’ stakeholders (artists/arts administrators like Andy Marko and David Dillon, who have been involved in the gallery’s  

Art: Kirk Mayhews Intercept at the 1305 Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 27, 2013
There are a lot of fun events on Main Street this Final Friday — not the least of which is Kirk Mayhew’s exhibition, Intercept, at 1305 Gallery. The ceramics artist was one of 1305 Gallery’s fir  

Art: Staring Eyes: Real War and Guns and Fences at the Third Party Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Important People is a loose collection of writers based in Cincinnati who aspire to encourage collaboration between various art forms with a non-traditional reading series. Saturday, as part of the  

Rebirth Of A Brewery

Grayscale Cincinnati reinvents the model for city entertainment spaces

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 14, 2013
When we think about current resurgence of metropolitan Cincinnati — including the successful renovations of Fountain Square and Washington Park — it seems that the best approach to building a better town might not be constructing an altogether new wheel, but rather reinventing it.

Art: The Second Coming: The London Police at BLDG

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Some three years since they last visited BLDG, a creative refuge in Covington, Ky., internationally renowned street artists The London Police (TLP) have returned to create more public art for the peop  

Art: Oh Feel Ya at Bathroom Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 6, 2013
If one could say there is an “appropriate” art show for a gallery inside of a public restroom — aka Northside International Airport’s “Bathroom Gallery” — it might be Micco Caporale’s   

Art: Brighton First Saturdays

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 30, 2013
After the closure of Museum Gallery/Gallery Museum and a general slow down when area Universities went on summer break, Brighton’s current stable of galleries will once again be in full swing this c