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The Taft Museum of Art is ready to present a new exhibit of paintings from some of the finest impressionist artists to ever pick up a brush.

The current exhibit at Brazee Street Studios in Oakley is called Fiber? and the question mark is there on purpose.

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The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has a champion who works to keep the library fun, creative and relevant. Artist and librarian Steve Kemple, dubbed by CityBeat as a “cool librarian” in its Cool Issue two years ago, curates the monthly Experimental Music at the Library performance series at the Main Library downtown.

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Agriculture and urban expansion have dramatically changed our nation'’s forests. But today many cities are working to increase the number of trees in urban areas. “The Forest for the Trees,” an art and rare book exhibition at the Lloyd Library and Museum, details the decline and redevelopment of forest land over the centuries.

The Cincinnati Art Museum brings high fashion to Mt. Adams with their new exhibit High Style: Twentieth-Century Masterworks from the Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection.

The Carnegie in Covington has a full winter calendar of art exhibits and theater presentations, so to preview all that’s happening, Jim Stump welcomes Exhibitions Director Matt Distel and Theatre Director Maggie Perrino.

He began as a visual artist before becoming a music star as lead singer and songwriter for the seminal new wave band Devo. Akron, Ohio native Mark Mothersbaugh’s day job now is writing music for TV and movies, but he has never stopped creating art.

The Clifton Cultural Arts Center juried art exhibit, The Golden Ticket, celebrates the diverse and vibrant local artists working who work in our region.

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An exhibit now on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum, “Human-Altered Landscapes,” celebrates the influence of a generation of photographers who, during the 1960's and ’70's, created a new kind of landscape photography. Several of these artists were featured in a 1975 exhibition, “New Topographics,” at the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY.

Cincinnati Art Galleries celebrates America’s pastime with their All Star Invitational Art Show featuring baseball related work from some of the region’s finest artists.

The latest exhibition at the Lloyd Library and Museum, Medicine Illuminated, provides a rare look into a hidden part of the collections at the Lloyd – medical history and how medicine has been illustrated.  Published rare texts on display date from 1546.

The Greenwich in Walnut Hills is hosting a new group art exhibit entitled Superheroes & the Underworld featuring the works of seven local artists.

Cleveland native Daniel Arsham is the creative mind behind Remember the Future, a new installation at the Contemporary Arts Center. He joins Jane Durrell to discuss what the exhibition is all about and what he hopes visitors will take away from it.

Art review: Jane Durrell reviews the exhibit Arts Alive, a collection of works by Covington artists as part of that city’s bicentennial celebration, now showing at the Behringer Crawford Museum.

To help celebrate National Jewish Arts Month, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center will present the exhibit About Faith, opening March 7. Beth Goldstein is a participating artist and curator of this exhibit, and she’s with our Anne Arenstein to talk about the artists and art showcased in this exhibit.

Art Review: Jane Durrell reviews ¡Ándele!: Mexico in Plossu from French photographer Bernard Plossu, now on exhibit at the Iris BookCafe and Gallery on Main Street in OTR.

The Cincinnati Art Museum spotlights the art of fashion in the new exhibit The Total Look: The Creative Collaboration Between Rudi Gernreich, Peggy Moffitt and William Claxton, opening February 28. The museum’s chief curator, Cynthia Amneus, previews the exhibit with Robyn Carey-Allgeyer.

Photo by Don Nesbitt

 

  The Carnegie in Covington is the largest and only multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, with The Carnegie Galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center and the Otto M. Budig Theatre housed together in a beautiful and historic building.

The Women’s Art Club of Cincinnati has been around since 1892 and presents a wide array of exhibitions at their home, The Barn, in Mariemont. Jan Boone, the current president, talks with our Jane Durrell about the club, its mission, and a lecture series coming later this year at the Taft Museum of Art.

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