Celebrating the ways in which food appeals to our senses both orally and visually, The Carnegie’s ninth annual The Art of Food event and exhibition features some of our most experimental local chefs, bakers and sweets-mongers showing off their most artistically inspired creations.
Multidisciplinary Cincinnati-based fine artists Sean Mullaney and Justin West collaborated on creating a sensory environment in one space at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center for the exhibit Chiaroscuro.
Brian Sholis moved to Cincinnati from his editor post at the Aperture Foundation in New York just over a year ago for his very first museum job as the Cincinnati Art Museum’s associate curator of photography.
When we think about grand historical
myths — things like the American Dream, Manifest Destiny or every war,
for example — it’s important to acknowledge that society buys into these
widespread accepted “truths” because of all the supporting evidence.
Painter, muralist, arts educator and advocate Joyce Phillips Young will discuss her current exhibition of intricate, colorful and abstracted figurative paintings at the Weston Art Gallery, Spirit Moves, with gallery-goers Thursday.
Frank Satogata, the Hawaii-born, longtime Cincinnati-based graphic designer and adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati and the Art Academy of Cincinnati, will show the range of his painted and printed work at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center (KHAC) galleries.