Working in monotype printmaking, collage and projection,
Cincinnati-based artist Jen Warren will show a collection of artwork at
artist/curator Paul Coors’ Brighton gallery, which focuses on her
personal experiences living within a society in which queer women and
other feminist voices are often silenced.
The Camp Washington-based furniture
maker/interior design team of Hayes Shanesy and Rosie Kovacs, known
collectively as Brush Factory, recently finished a year-long,
three-floor build out for People’s Liberty, a new philanthropic lab from
the Haile/U.S. Bank and Johnson foundations, across from Findlay Market
Intermedio, an ongoing sound-light collaboration between multi-disciplinary designer Eric Blyth and composers/installation artists Sam Ferris-Morris and Justin West, will present a one-night-only exhibition Friday at Harvest Gallery.
Wave Pool gallery’s first artist in residence, Georgia-based artist and filmmaker Erin Colleen Johnson, organized several events Saturday that seek to investigate the intersection of race, class, migration, agriculture and environmental justice, all through the lens of soil.
Organized by a handful of sophomore graphic design students at the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP (and with sponsorship from Modern Makers, a multidisciplinary arts collaborative), Arts & Crafts involves the consumption of local craft beer and the exhibition of up-and-coming artists.
If you need an excuse to drink amazing coffee — and perhaps make some art while you’re at it — the folks at Collective Espresso will give you a chance to do so Wednesday evening at their café in the renovated Contemporary Arts Center lobby.
Local artist and curator Paul Coors will exhibit and host a silent auction of his own artwork made within the past 10 years on Friday and Saturday at his Brighton loft/exhibition space, The Ice Cream Factory.
Wave Pool Gallery hosts local artist Amanda Checco’s psychedelic yoga webisode series for tweens and young adults, modeled after such bright, colorful and lighthearted shows as Mister Rogers Neighborhood and Pee Wee’s Playhouse.