In the spirit of the New Year, local
artist and DAAP MFA candidate Britni Bicknaver has curated a group show
of new works that investigate the idea of “screwing up” and what life
might be like if we could simply push a reset button.
The Cincinnati Art Museum opened galleries 103-105 on the first floor to
the public for the first time this past fall, providing curators with
another dedicated space to showcase artwork from the institution’s vast
Group shows and larger-scale convention-style craft fairs often pop up this time of year, encouraging shoppers to buy locally produced, one-of-a-kind goodies for their holiday purchases (like Jason Bohrer’s “Bell Event Center” photo, pictured).
How do artists play a pivotal role in community engagement? In conjunction with its current exhibit, Holding Ground
(on view until Nov. 21), Wave Pool hosts a panel discussion that seeks
to delve into some potential answers.
Justin Hoover and Chris Treggiari present Stew-topia, another community
food- and story-sharing event at 21c Museum Hotel in conjunction with
their participation in Wave Pool Gallery’s current exhibition, Holding Ground.