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"Allegro" Is the Ghost of Great Murals Past

1 Comment · Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Downtown, Over-the-Rhine and other city neighborhoods are being colorfully transformed by the mural program shepherded by ArtWorks. But a forgotten Downtown mural called “Allegro” — a ghost of murals past — deserves recognition as not just one of Cincinnati’s finest, but also as an enduring piece of public art, period.  

Lasting Legacy

Remembering Mike Amann, Covington's public arts advocate

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Mike Amann wasn’t interested in overthinking things. The designer, gallery owner, contemporary art collector, husband and new father was more prone to spontaneous acts of creativity than pre-calculated plans. Whatever the project, he always dove right in and went for it.    

Legacy Building

Art on the Streets wants World Choir Games visitors to remember Cincinnati’s arts scene

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 3, 2012
During a time when the many cultures of the world are bombarding Cincinnati all at once, it’s important to keep in mind locality. The World Choir Games is undoubtedly a sensational movement in the artistic realm across the globe, but Cincinnati will attempt to make an impact on the games equal to its impact on the city. Cincinnati and world, meet Art on the Streets. It’s the best thing that’ll ever happen to you.   

'Ghost Art' on Cincinnati's Public Stairways

1 Comment · Wednesday, August 26, 2009
When it comes to public art, I appreciate programs like ArtWorks' ongoing MuralWorks project (and the jobs it creates), but what I really respond to is "ghost art." That public art or architecture which seems almost accidental: residue or remnants of something once present and now gone or something mysteriously placed in the public domain for no discernible intent.   

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