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Art As Activism

Joi Sears hopes to empower artists to change their world

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Cincinnati needs people like Joi Sears. The twentysomething actor/activist moved back to her hometown, Cincinnati, about a year ago after spending nearly a decade in New York and months — if not years, collectively — traveling abroad.  

Art: Cut: Windows to Eternity at Marta Hewett Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Artist Eric Standley’s laser-cut paper drawings are inspired by geometry from Gothic and Islamic architectural ornamentation “in an attempt to capture a reverence for the infinite.” The ass  

Art: Headshots: Portraits by Bob Hoke and Stacey Vallerie

1 Comments · Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Using the overarching concept of “anomaly lessons” for the entire year of exhibition planning, Thunder-Sky, Inc. gallery organizers Bill Ross and Keith Banner hope to demonstrate to their audience  

Art: Final Weeks of Antique Christmas and Telling Tales at the Taft Museum of Art

0 Comments · Monday, December 30, 2013
You have just a few weeks left to view two excellent exhibitions currently on display at the Taft Museum of Art: Antique Christmas and Telling Tales. The former, a display of antique Christmas ornamen  

Art: Final Friday at the Pendleton Art Center

0 Comments · Thursday, December 26, 2013
Got friends or family in town over the holidays who might be interested in seeing an exhibition of small-scale paintings culled from Cincinnati’s largest collection of artists under one roof? L  

Making (Art) Mobile

#MakersMobile repurposes shipping containers as traveling art spaces

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Behind any successful organization is a leader with a vision. Jonathan Sears, executive director of Professional Artistic Research Projects (parProjects), is in his fourth year of steering the Northside-based arts organization with a mission of financial and environmental sustainability.  

Onstage: Amahl and the Night Visitors

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Madcap Puppets and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra team up for the second year to bring the story of Amahl and the Night Visitors, a 50-minute chamber opera about the three kings and their visit with  

Art: DAAP Masters of Fine Art Pop-Up

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Students from DAAP’s Master of Fine Arts Program will take over various pop-up spots along Short Vine and its off-streets to showcase their work. Thirty-eight graduate students will exhibit wor  

Art: My First Art Show at Semantics

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Semantics, Cincinnati’s oldest continuously operating nonprofit art gallery, is currently celebrating its 20th season of serving as a training ground for experimental and/or inexperienced artists.&n  

Lasting Legacy

Remembering Mike Amann, Covington's public arts advocate

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Mike Amann wasn’t interested in overthinking things. The designer, gallery owner, contemporary art collector, husband and new father was more prone to spontaneous acts of creativity than pre-calculated plans. Whatever the project, he always dove right in and went for it.