Northern Kentucky's largest multidisciplinary arts venue opens a new season with Five New Exhibitions, showcasing a unique palette of work across five of The Carnegie galleries:
National Financial Services Main Gallery/Duveneck Gallery: Angels
Angels is a group exhibition that examines the depiction of angels in popular media, exploring the intention and implication of their inclusion.
Hutson Gallery: Stanka Kordic - Ambiguity
Kordic creates an exhibit that pushes the definition of portrait work, creating figure paintings through the combined elements of abstraction and realism.
Reivschl Gallery: Jack Girard
Gerard employs a fitting medium of collage to create work that pieces together a conversation on a wide range of social issues.
Semmens Gallery: Michael Nichols
Nichols exhibit showcases work that blurs the line of and about motion, calling into question the depiction and reception of the act, and examining the line that divides the subject from the viewer.
Youth Gallery: Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts Carnegie Scholarship Award
YouTube sensation Christina Bianco will provide an evening of entertainment on behalf the United Coalition for Animals. Proceeds will help to raise funds for the Coaliton's efforts to contrib ...
See Covington through another's eyes during the We, Covington exhibit, which showcases the travels and conversations of artists during their time in Covington. Featuring new artworks by Teren ...