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Art: Apocalypse Now

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 30, 2012
 With the possible end of the world just months away, (remember the whole Mayan Calendar doomsday prediction?) Semantics Gallery will host Apocalypse Now: New Works by Antonio Adams, Emily Brande  

Art: Come Follow Me

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2012
With Halloween right around the corner, Casey Riordan Millard’s upcoming UnMuseum installation at the Contemporary Arts Center, Come Follow Me, is the perfect way to inspire creativity in your favor  

Event: Celebrating Our Beloved Community: Fundraiser for OTR Community Housing

1 Comments · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
With all of the current redevelopment in Over-the-Rhine, it’s easy to forget about the efforts of organizations like Over-the-Rhine Community Housing (OTRCH) which has been working in the area for d  

Shoot (For) The Stars

Celebrity photographer Tyler Shields dominates the art world of the Internet age

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Tyler Shields’ Klout Score is probably through the roof. Although he is prone to superlatives, someone less familiar with his work might find this statement mere braggadocio. But Shields credits his online presence as the reason he is so successful as a multi-disciplinary artist.   

Art: In the Closet: Friends of Fashion

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Some of the most consistent curating in this city routinely comes out of the Fashion Art Department at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Between them, Associate Curator of Costume & Textiles Cynthia Amn  

Art: Cy Press Poetry

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Poetry readings are multi-sensory experiences: One hears the words and watches the speaker while intuitively imagining the ideas in their head. Cy Press’ readings at Thunder-Sky, Inc. regularly star  

Creative Expansion

MidPoint celebrates the arts with carnival and film fest components

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 26, 2012
As the MidPoint Music Festival continues to grow, festival organizers are finding new ways to give audiences opportunities to interact with independent creatives in various fields. This year, not only will ArtWorks’ Box Truck Carnival be returning, but for the first time ever MPMF will also include a film festival.  

Art: MOTR Muerte: An Art Exhibit of Dia de los Muertos Masks and Paintings

2 Comments · Tuesday, September 25, 2012
 With all the hubbub of MPMF, why not add a little rock and roll to your art-going experience? MOTR Pub on Main Street (a MPMF venue, actually co-owned by festival producer Dan McCabe) will featu  

Art: School of Art Visiting Lecture

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The School of Art at the University of Cincinnati hosts a series of ongoing lectures that sadly go under-attended, despite the international renown of the speakers involved. Whether lack of campus par  

Sound and Vision

Powerhouse Poster Arcade offers concert ephemera while Midway 4EG Stage presents second-play performances

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Run and organized by the folks at local Powerhouse Factories graphic design studio, MPMF’s Poster Expo 2012 was a necessary outlet for all of the rock poster artists involved in the music festival’s promotion machine.