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Head to the CMC this week to check out their all-new exhibit!
The Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) hosts a special exhibit to celebrate Hamilton, Ohio’s own author, Robert McCloskey. Make Way for Ducklings: The Art of Robert McCloskey opens July 20 and continues to Sept. 9. Featuring the life of the Caldecott Medal-winning writer/illustrator of classic children’s books, a special focus is on the 1941 Make Way… Read more »
This June through August, Brazee Street Studios is teaming up with C-Link Gallery to offer a truly heart-felt event. Inspired by Mem Fox’s book Whoever You Are, over 400 kids from pre-k to highschool learned an invaluable lesson through the art of glass making. Under the guidance of Brazee Street Studios, teachers from over 19… Read more »
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 »
A silent art auction and art sale benefiting the restoration of the iconic Rabbit Hash General Store will be held on May 1, 2016 at The Florentine Event Center. Food and drinks provided. Admission is $5. Attendees can register online at or pay at the door. Local art is a huge part of the history of Rabbit… Read more »
The Cincinnati Nature Center (4949 Tealtown Road) invites families to enjoy an exhibit from a beloved artist at the Charley Harper Art Show: A Rare Bird in Nature. Chip Doyle, curator/archivist for Charley Harper Art Studio, will show examples of Charley’s renowned “minimal realism” ranging from single cell organisms to members of the animal kingdom… Read more »
While you’re downtown enjoying a ride on the new Carol Ann Carousel, be sure to swing by the Taft Museum of Art (316 Pike St.) and explore the exhibit From Studio to Carousel: The Whimsical World of Jonathan Queen. The exhibit, open through Sept. 6, features Queen’s studies for the carousel paintings, clay models for… Read more »
Works by influential Covington artists from the past 200 years will be on display at Behringer-Crawford Museum from February 8 through April 12 in conjunction with the COV200 bicentennial celebration. Titled “Arts Alive,” the exhibit will include paintings, drawings, sculpture and ceramics by more than a dozen historic and contemporary Covington artists, including Johann Schmitt, realist Frank… Read more »