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Art: Price Hill Alfombras

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 6, 2016
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.”  
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Friday Night Sights

Arts programming that emphasizes ephemeral experiences over art objects

{CommentsCant} · Friday, April 1, 2016
There are so many good art events going on this coming weekend, I wish I could clone myself in order to attend everything without going mad or (maybe worse) hangry. And it’s noteworthy to mention that much of the work being shown Friday evening emphasizes the art-going experience over the exhibition of objects. San Francisco-based Cincinnati-native conceptual artist Tom Marioni gave a lecture ...  

Art: White People: A Retrospective at Art Beyond Boundaries

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Jymi Bolden, director of Art Beyond Boundaries gallery, has curated an encore exhibition of work by award-winning former Cincinnati Post photojournalist Melvin Grier that “looks at the majority through a minority’s eyes.”   

Becoming Kings

NinaMDot’s exhibition at the Globe Gallery is a message of black male restoration

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
In January 2014, self-taught photographer Nina Wells quit her job in the financial industry to do art full time, and she says after she took that leap of faith, “It’s been 100-percent amazing ever since.”

Art: Carnal Worship at Glacier Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Glacier Gallery, a new contemporary art space in the front half of the former semantics gallery in Brighton, will showcase the work of illustrators Gabby Gash and Robert Inman in an exhibition entitled Carnal Worship.   

Art: Diane Teramana Film Screening at Wave Pool

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2016
New York-based video artist Diane Teramana will screen a few of her videos created in the early ’90s as a response to the controversy over the Robert Mapplethorpe obscenity trial.  

Art: A.J. Weber at Mary Ran Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Mary Ran Gallery is opening a show that brings to light an interesting Cincinnati painter of the past, A. J. Weber.   

Art: Cotton or Fruit/Flowers at Live(In) Gallery

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Partners and co-directors of their own apartment-based art venue in Chicago, Kitchen Space, artists and independent curators Traci Fowler and Trevor Schmutz will have an opening reception of their collaborative work at Live(In) Gallery in Brighton.  

Art: King Me at the Globe Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Nina Wells, who goes by the artistic name Nina M Dot, opens her photographic exhibition at the Globe Gallery on Friday evening featuring lenticular portraits of local men of color contrasted with images of themselves dressed as kings.  

Artist-Centered Conversations

Greg Swiger’s Final Friday podcast shifts focus of critical art discourse back to artists

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 17, 2016
But by setting aside a public, albeit virtual, space for the voices of other artists to discuss motives, process and inspirations, Swiger pushes his own work into realms of “dialogical aesthetics.”