Art on Fire (9336 Colerain Ave.) offers pottery painting, canvas painting, custom string art and craft nights. All kinds of fun new programs kick off this month: Homeschool students meet Tuesdays beginning Sept. 13 ($10 – $15 per week, or $40 for four weeks). Ages 6 and older can join the after-school art club on… Read more »
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The Fort Thomas Library (1000 Highland Ave., Fort Thomas) will remain open until 9 p.m. on Friday, July 29, to showcase the work of 18 artists from Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. Free and open to the public, the event will feature a variety of media and each artist will be available to discuss their… Read more »
Cincinnati Public Schools, in partnership with the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, presents the Cincinnati Public Schools City-Wide Art Exhibition 2016, now through April 10. This annual exhibition of artwork from students in grades K – 12 includes drawings, paintings, sculptures and photographs. Students compete across the school district for the privilege of… Read more »
The Fort Thomas branch of the Campbell County Public Library (1000 Highland Ave., Fort Thomas) recently launched a new Teen Art Club that meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 4 p.m. Teens and tweens will explore their creativity through guided — and not-so-guided — art activities. Each month features a new artistic… Read more »
Sculptures outside, sculptures inside! Hands-on activities, works of art and more await your exploration at the Dayton Art Institute.
Patiently Made is a group of talented youth with a vision of connecting to the community, empowering individuals, and inspiring creativity — all in an effort to break down the stigma of mental health. The program grew from a project for ages 10 – 17 to help decorate and personalize some space in a wing… Read more »
Get into the arts! Here are upcoming season lineups from The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Ballet and others.
We checked in with local kids who love art, music, theater or dance to find out what makes them tick.
The 17th annual Canstruction contest kicks off March 4 with teams of architects, engineers and designers building huge sculptures out of canned goods!