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Ohio master woodcarver James Mellick creates works celebrating our armed forces and specifically the dogs who also put their lives on the line during combat. His traveling exhibit, Wounded Warrior Dogs Project & K9 War Stories, was on display at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan until the pandemic closed it. Click here for a virtual tour. He recently spoke about his work and this exhibit with our Anne Arenstein.

From commissioned art pieces to beautiful wares for the home, Gorham Silver was the name for the finest silver and mixed-metal products for decades. The unique work of Gorham Silver will be on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum starting March 13 and joining our host Lee Hay for a preview is Amy Dehan, the museum's curator of decorative arts and design.

© Romare Bearden Foundation/VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Photo by Paul Takeuchi.

As part of African American History Month, the Cincinnati Art Museum is featuring an exhibit by famed artist Romare Bearden. During it's opening weekend (February 28-March 1), admission to Something Over Something Else will be free. 

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Why will pieces of Cher's wardrobe be on display at Covington's Behringer-Crawford Museum? Executive Director Laurie Risch and Curator Jason French are with Elaine Diehl to talk about their current exhibit, From Rituals to Runways: The Art of the Bead, and the connection to Cher.

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Acclaimed artist and Jewish scholar Archie Rand will have his paintings featured in an exhibit at Hebrew Union College's Skirball Museum starting February 18. Rand is renowned for bringing a unique blend of expressionistic comic book style and loosely painted imagery rendered in vivid tones to familiar stories from the Hebrew Bible. Abby Schwartz, the museum's director, joins our Anne Arenstein for a preview of this highly anticipated exhibit. 

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Sotheby’s has called photographer Tyler Shields “the Warhol of his generation.” His latest exhibit, Fairytale, is now on display at Hyde Park's Miller Gallery and he's in our studio with Ronny Salerno to talk about his work, his inspirations, and the comparison to Andy Warhol.

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Artist and curator Saad Ghosn of SOS Art has assembled a multi-genre retrospective from 12 of their "For a Better World" projects that is on display through the month of November at Xavier University's Art Gallery. He joined our Barbara Gray in the studio to talk about the years the exhibit covers, some of the artists whose works are on display, the exhibit-affiliated mini-conference, and the recent call to artists for next year’s events.

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Bringing the art and voices of the people of Lebanon to the Queen City, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center is teaming with SOS Art for both an exhibit and festival in the coming weeks. Elaine Diehl welcomes Saad Ghosen (SOS Art) and Mallory Feltz (KHAC) into the studio to discuss Lebanon, the exhibit (which has a public opening reception on September 21) and festival (happening on October 5).

The Japanese kimono has been incredibly influential on western dress for generations. Now, the kimono is featured in a new exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The museum's chief curator, Cynthia Amneus, joins our Anne Arenstein with more details about Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style.

"Let It Go!" is the theme for an upcoming exhibition from the Contemporary Quilt and Fiber Artists at the Women's Art Barn in Mariemont. Local fiber artists Nancy Gamon and Sally Lloyd are in the studio with our Barbara Gray to preview this display, opening on June 6.


With the changing landscape regarding medical marijuana, Cincinnati's Lloyd Library & Museum presents a new exhibit in conjunction with the Cannabis Museum in Athens, Ohio. 

A perfect way to gear up for the upcoming Cincinnati Reds season is to check out Road Trip, an exhibition from the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum, now on display at the Fitton Center for the Arts in Hamilton.  John Kiesewetter (who reviewed the exhibit on his Media Beat

The Art Academy of Cincinnati celebrates 150 years of art education this year, and a very special exhibit will be part of the festivities. 

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts in Hamilton continues its 25th Anniversary celebration with a wide array of programs and exhibits. 

Cincinnati's Lloyd Library, home of one of the best botanical art collections in the world, will open a new exhibit inspired by the season. 

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The Fabric of India, an exhibit of the long history of Indian textiles, is making its first U.S. stop at the Cincinnati Art Museum

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Robert McCloskey was born in Hamilton in 1914 and went on to become a renowned illustrator and artist, best known for writing and illustrating popular children's books. 

The Weaver's Guild of Greater Cincinnati is celebrating its 70th anniversary by spotlighting the works of the late Jane Busse in an exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum

It's one of the mostly highly anticipated exhibits to hit town in a while. Jane Durrell welcomes Jill Dunne from the Cincinnati Art Museum to talk about Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China, now on display thought August 12.

The Skirball Museum presents the exhibit Israel at 70: A History in Art and Artifacts, now through June 3. 

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