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Mini Cine

C. Jacqueline Wood’s temporary microcinema looks for permanent impact

· Jul 1, 2015 09:57 am

C. Jacqueline Wood is trying to address one of the glaring weaknesses in Cincinnati’s cultural offerings — the lack of non-profit venues whose ongoing programming takes film seriously as art.
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A Show-Stopping New Photo at the Cincinnati Art Museum

· Jul 1, 2015 10:03 am

Normally, the acquisition of a new photograph by the Cincinnati Art Museum wouldn’t be that impactful. But Ryan McGinley’s “Petra (Pieces)” is different.
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Artists Descending a Staircase: Stairwell’s at Wave Pool

· Jul 1, 2015 10:07 am

This month, an itinerant curatorial project by San Francisco-based artists Sarah Hotchkiss and Carey Lin called Stairwell’s will be in town for Wave Pool’s Art Space is Your Space artist residency program. 
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Secrets and Lies with Leah Stewart

· Jul 1, 2015 10:12 am

Oscar Wilde said, “The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” The way we keep secrets and tell lies is at the heart of Leah Stewart’s latest novel, The New Neighbor
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Heart for the People

Art on Vine founder James Jenkins on his “first love”

· Jun 24, 2015 12:02 am

Summer seems fit to burst with art festivals, enough to fill every weekend. One such festival is Art on Vine, which returns to Fountain Square July 5. ...

A Big Bowl of ‘Serials!’ at Know

· Jun 24, 2015 12:09 pm

Know Theatre’s Tamara Winters is straightforward when asked why the Over-the-Rhine theater launched Serials! a year ago: “We wanted to give audiences a reason to keep coming back. We keep bringing it back because it’s working!”
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'Morning Star' Rising

· Jun 24, 2015 12:17 pm

Tuesday is the long-anticipated opening of Morning Star, Cincinnati Opera’s first world premiere in more than 50 years. ...

History Refuses to Repeat Itself in Titus Kaphar’s CAC Exhibit

· Jun 24, 2015 12:24 pm

In Latin, “vesper” means “evening star” or, more commonly, just “evening” — a junction of night and day. Although it refers to a surname in the Contemporary Arts Center’s new exhibit from Titus Kaphar, The Vesper Project, the word feels right at home. ...

 
 
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Your Weekend Playlist: America!

· Jul 2, 2015 10:21 am

There’s a lot to celebrate this year, folks. After Supreme Court officially legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, the feeling of freedom is especially felt in the LGBTQ community and the rest of those filled with joy for all the love in this ever-changing country. On June 25, history was...

Morning News and Stuff

Macy's dumps Trump; Ohio dumps PARCC test; will the state change the way it draws congressional districts?

· Jul 2, 2015 09:59 am

What’s up Cincy? No morning news tomorrow so I can chase down sources for a longer piece I’m working on. I’ll also be pre-gaming patriotism in preparation for the Fourth. But let me give you a brief rundown of a few things happening around town and beyond before I go. Locally-based Macy’s...

Stage Door

'Two Guvs' has a few last laughs; next week look for some brand new work

· Jul 2, 2015 09:59 am

With the Fourth of July falling on a weekend, most theaters will be dark, and all the hubbub around the All-Star Game means that most of them will wait until the dust settles at Great American Ball Park before they crank things up again. But if you’re jonesing for some good summer theater...

 

'Morning Star' Rising

· Jun 24, 2015 12:17 pm

Tuesday is the long-anticipated opening of Morning Star, Cincinnati Opera’s first world premiere in more than 50 years. ...

A Show-Stopping New Photo at the Cincinnati Art Museum

· Jul 1, 2015 10:03 am

Normally, the acquisition of a new photograph by the Cincinnati Art Museum wouldn’t be that impactful. But Ryan McGinley’s “Petra (Pieces)” is different.
...

Mini Cine

C. Jacqueline Wood’s temporary microcinema looks for permanent impact

· Jul 1, 2015 09:57 am

C. Jacqueline Wood is trying to address one of the glaring weaknesses in Cincinnati’s cultural offerings — the lack of non-profit venues whose ongoing programming takes film seriously as art.
...

Heart for the People

Art on Vine founder James Jenkins on his “first love”

· Jun 24, 2015 12:02 am

Summer seems fit to burst with art festivals, enough to fill every weekend. One such festival is Art on Vine, which returns to Fountain Square July 5. ...

Crass Behavior and Silly Lewdness Generate Summertime Fun

· Jun 16, 2015 02:21 pm

A woman pursued by Francis Henshall says, “I know exactly what he’s after. And if he carries on like this, he’s going to get it.” In Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s production of One Man, Two Guvnors, Matthew Lewis Johnson plays Henshall in precisely that manner, behaving manically and getting exactly what this play aims for — unbridled, bawdy humor. ...

A Big Bowl of ‘Serials!’ at Know

· Jun 24, 2015 12:09 pm

Know Theatre’s Tamara Winters is straightforward when asked why the Over-the-Rhine theater launched Serials! a year ago: “We wanted to give audiences a reason to keep coming back. We keep bringing it back because it’s working!”
...

 
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