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Bridging the gap: Enjoy the Arts streamlines path to arts patronage
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
In its 32
year, Enjoy the Arts may be older than most of its target audience members, but its new website doesn’t show it. With a fresh look and a new approach to its high-value services, the audience-growing nonprofit is planting serious roots in the digital age with some help from local startups.
Bayer Becker symposium awakens Cincinnati neighborhoods
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The Urban Awakenings series looks at redevelopment projects in four Cincinnati neighborhoods—Walnut Hills, Northside, Over-the-Rhine and East Price Hill—that are focusing on revitalization, and what developers can do to help.
My Soapbox: Janelle Hopper, Contemporary Arts Center
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Janelle Hopper, public programs manager at the Contemporary Arts Center, takes a holistic approach to connecting the community with art. In her three years on the job, she's showcased eclectic guests, from the Smithsonian's new media strategist to Sigur Ros. She shares her goals, her insights and her passions with
Know Theatre's artistic innovations extend past stage
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Between crowdfunding successes, subscription innovations and artist support initiatives, Know Theatre has become a trailblazer in Over-the-Rhine’s arts scene.
Cool jobs in the city: Hanging with the Dead Sea Scrolls
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
While some actors and actresses wait tables between stints on stage, 24-year-old Brittany Barker talks the Dead Sea Scrolls with guests at the Cincinnati Museum Center, where she works as a Visitation Enhancement Specialist.
Random Snacks of Kindness
Golden Hour Moving Pictures
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Every summer, ArtWorks Cincinnati unleases a fleet of young art apprentices into the city—they build murals, create theater scenery and spread public art across the region. This year's projects include Random Snacks of Kindness, a new kind of entrepreneurial training program that quite literally feeds the work of non-profits.
Video courtesy Golden Hour Moving Pictures.
At the CAC: DJ Rupture
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
A Brookyn-based artist premieres his reinvisioning the work of a pioneering gay African-American composer, pianist and vocalist in a multimedia performance at the Contemporary Arts Center. Soapbox offers a preview of DJ/Rupture's work in advance of his two-night stint, April 5 and 6.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Venture into the new world of WordPlay, a nonprofit in Northside filled with old-fashioned typewriters and modern-day dreams. Part literacy, creative expression space, part social venture initiative, WordPlay and its sister store, The Urban Legend Institute, offer a new alternative to literacy and learning for kids of all ages.
Video courtesy of Michael Holder.
Emery Sessions: Over the Rhine
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Local favorites in a local landmark. Watch Over the Rhine perform "Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body" at the Emery Theatre in their namesake neighborhood.
Video by Michael Wilson courtesy of The Emery Sessions.
Catch it while you can: Warhol screen tests set to music
Dean and Britta
Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Andy Warhol invades the Emery this Friday as the CAC and the Requiem Project present selections from the iconic pop artist's screentests set to music performed live by former Luna members Dean and Britta. It's a Warhol Museum commission you won't want to miss.
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