Arts

Arts and culture from around the Tri-State, including theater, music and poetry.

Large inflatable rabbits make up one of the most anticipated public art exhibits in the region, coming to Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park

Local teacher and artist Mark Neeley is taking his love of animation and using it as a way for kids to tell their personal stories. 

The 2017-18 season from the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) encompasses a diverse range of performances from modern dance to a Food Network star to a Beatles tribute. 

Poetry reading: Our contributor Roberta Schultz shares a poem from her new chapbook, Songs From The Shaper's Harp.

Merrilee Luke-Ebbeler

Since 1999 Happen, Inc. has provided art-making opportunities that help children and parents bond. In 18 years, the mission has grown and the non-profit has moved its operation to Northside. 

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The Lloyd Library & Museum, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden and the Wildflower Preservation Society teaming up to explore the world of Ohio’s native plants in the upcoming program "Wild About Wildflowers."

Promoting Literacy Through Art

Sep 5, 2017
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Since it started in 1992, Learning Through Art has reached more than one million people in the community. The non-profit group, which uses art appreciation to help children and families learn to read, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with Cincy Reads!, three days of events later this month that will wrap our region in reading.

The new Cincinnati Shakespeare Company theatre is finished and ready to present its first production. 

Coming September 9 will be the 9th Annual Westwood Art Show featuring local and regional artists, food, music and fun for the kids. 

To commemorate the opening of the new Cincinnati Shakespeare Company theatre, they are teaming with the Cincinnati Museum Center to present a temporary exhibit featuring a First Folio, one of 234 original published copies of Shakespeare's works. 

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is preparing for the 2017-18 season, which will kick-off with a stage adaptation of the award-winning film, Shakespeare in Love, starting September 2. 

A Loving Tribute To Local Artist Merle Rosen

Aug 18, 2017

Merle Rosen, longtime local artist and teacher, passed away earlier this summer. 

Chasing Dreams: Baseball & Becoming American is a new multi-media exhibition that melds the story of America's pastime, baseball, with the story of American Jewish immigration and integration. 

Hamilton's Fitton Center for the Arts is kicking off a new season of exhibits, events and classes with a free community party on Friday, August 18. 

The 2017-18 Season At Know Theatre Of Cincinnati

Aug 4, 2017

The non-stop theatrical offerings of OTR's Know Theatre are anchored by their mainstage season, which is now underway. 

The new musical director of the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra is in final preparations for this year's SUMMERMUSIK festival. 

For the sixth summer, the high school students of CAST (Commonwealth Artists Summer Theatre) will present a challenging musical on stage at Highlands High School – this year, it's Les Miserables

Howard Epstein was a long-time professor at Miami University's Hamilton campus, and was the man in charge of their performing arts concert series for decades. 

The photographs of Lars Anderson are featured in an exhibit currently on display at Iris BookCafe and Gallery in OTR. 

Another Summer Of Free Shakespeare In The Park

Jul 7, 2017

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is ready to kick off its 11th season of free Shakespeare in the Park productions all around our community. 

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