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Art: A Product of Sand at Wave Pool

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Wave Pool hosts an exhibition opening for the Research Institute of Analogue Sampling (RIAS) Studio of site-specific glass sculptures as part of their 2016 Art Space Is Your Space residency award.  

Art: Chasing the Whale and Other Endless Pursuits

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Self-taught artist Matt Kish wanted one last shot at creating something notable. The project he chose was illustrating Herman Melville’s 1851 literary classic Moby-Dick, one drawing per day for all 552 pages.   

Connecting Art, Communications and Politics

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Since 2014, Reverb Art + Design has predominantly offered graphic design and communications services, but its co-owners and life partners have also been taking action to go beyond the basic definition of those lines of work.  

Political and Personal Metaphors of Textiles

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
In Unraveled: Textiles Reconsidered, nine artists deconstruct and reanimate clothing, blankets, rugs and other fabrics into emblems of political and personal expression.  

Process Makes Perfect

Matt Kish’s pursuit of Moby-Dick leads to CAC show

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Self-taught artist Matt Kish had just turned 40 in 2009 and was considering giving up after years of receiving little recognition for his work. Breaking through seemed as elusive as catching a great white whale.   

Macbeth (Review)

Cincinnati Shakespeare production is a strange brew

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s production of Shakespeare’s tragedy has bursts of chemistry and feeling mingled with drowsy places where the language washes over your brain, and the staging feels perfunctory. Macbeth has been given a contemporary setting, but it’s hard to see what the update adds to the play.  

Art: Zachary Rawe and Avril Thurman Exhibition Opening

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Philadelphia-based artist, writer and curator Zachary Rawe and visual artist and poet Avril Thurman will have an exhibition of artwork at Live(In) Gallery titled if only awkwardly, all gots is words and crying.   

Art: Double Vision

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Double Vision, now in its seventh year, is a fundraising art auction benefiting Visionaries + Voices, the nonprofit organization that works with and seeks opportunities for artists with disabilities.   

How to Look at Glass, Not Just Through It

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
To most of us, glass is just a conduit — a way to look outside from inside or to see if a drinking utensil is half-full or half-empty. But to Brooklyn-based artists Anna Riley and Sam Ihrig, everyday functional glass is far more than a utilitarian object.  

Art: Radically Visible at Thunder-Sky, Inc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Two of Cincinnati’s most inimitable artists, Antonio Adams and Lindsey M. Whittle, have an exhibition opening Friday with collaborators Sky Cubacub (Chicago) and Craig Matis (Cleveland).