Education + Learning :
Now through Nov. 27, PAR Projects is hosting its first art installation at its new home in Northside. Over the next few months, the organization will begin the redevelopment and renovation of the property.
Scientist Aaron Greene plans to bring science to the people with a mobile laboratory. It's Just Science is being made possible through a $10,000 People's Liberty grant.
Jasmine Humphries is spending six weeks working with 20 teenagers from all over the city on a creative placemaking project in Avondale, entitled Who 'They' Is.
On Oct. 26, UC Blue Ash will host Tony Maas, president of JTM Food Group, for its Entrepreneur Speaker Series. The free event will be held from 7 to 8 p.m., with a reception following.
Local musician Rachelle Caplan is using her People's Liberty grant to bring a music studio on wheels, called Caravan, to events around the city.
Artichoke, which opened earlier this spring near Findlay Market, will host its first in a series of cooking classes to be taught by Chef Anthony Jordan of Invito Personal Chef on June 25.
Cincinnati State added a beer brewing industry class to its curriculum last fall and will offer it again this coming school year due to demand.
As part of the ReNewport Quality of Life Plan, the city is accepting applications for mini project grants that will help improve six key community categories.
Seven Cincinnati Public Schools are getting updated curriculum in time for next school year, the first changes in the district's five-year Vision 2020 plan.
The Civic Garden Center continues to build community through gardening, education and environmental stewardship, operating school garden programs at 90 different schools, churches and community organizations.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company hosts the week-long Project 38 festival April 14-18 to showcase 43 different Shakespeare-based pieces produced in collaboration with area schools.
Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati hosts the first State of Community Development conference March 17 to provide networking opportunities and resources for community developers.
Rachel DesRochers, founder of the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen, is helping further her goal of helping local food entrepreneurs by opening a second, smaller incubator, The Hatchery.
Local creative types will gather at Rhinegeist Jan. 14 for PechaKucha Night, which started in Tokyo in 2003 as an event where young designers meet to network and show their work to the public.
ArtWorks is hosting a fundraiser Nov. 20 for the Ink Your Love campaign, the year-long celebration of why Cincinnatians love Cincinnati.