Events

A call for artists: innovative installation proposals wanted for BLINK 2019

ArtWorks seeks unique proposals for visually compelling, fun sculptures with unique design, color, and scale elements. read on…

Calling all change makers: Memorial Hall will host Cincinnati’s inaugural Good Discovery(s) Festival

On March 26, creative and innovative leaders will engage the community through art, design, and technology. read on…

Creative spaces

Plan a fun fall evening at the upcoming Essex Studios October Art Walk.

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Dress to Impress outfits students for success

At UC's Lindner College of Business, freshmen practice selecting appropriate business attire, pitching companies, and building relationships with potential future employers. read on…


Great Park’s addresses myths and misconceptions about urban coyotes

With an increase in coyote sightings throughout the inner-ring suburbs, local organizations are helping concerned citizens learn how to safely deter the natural hunters.   read on…

In photos: A look back at IDEALAB Movement Makers

Over 100 community leaders, development enthusiasts and students gathered for the second annual IDEALAB on Dec. 4. Check out our photo essay of the day. read on…

Julie Bogart’s "The Brave Learner" helps parents rekindle an atmosphere of magic at home

A local author and homeschooler writes about her personal philosophies and experience as an educator. read on…


'No movement too small' is the primary focus for IDEALAB 2017

Leaders from three Midwest organizations will showcase their “movements” at the second annual IDEALAB on Dec. 4. This year’s event will focus on movements — big or small — that serve as springboards for significant, widespread, positive change.  read on…

Salon 21 presents five world premieres for piano quintet

Intimate concerts designed to mimic salons from the 19th century break down barriers between audience and artist.  read on…

Serial entrepreneur details how to spark startups

A new workshop series with Mark Dawes will delve into the challenges faced by entrepreneurs. read on…

Timeless themes emerge from Giorgione’s “La Vecchia”

One painting, now on loan to the Cincinnati Art Museum through May 5, speaks volumes about time, aging, and mortality.  read on…

Understanding is key in human trafficking awareness

Two local groups join together for a conference to educate the public about victims and survivors.  read on…

Warm your spirit with art and philanthropy

The Northminster Fine Arts Fair offers a reprieve from the cold and an opportunity to support local artists and fair trade vendors who donate a portion of their revenue to a local nonprofit. read on…

Waste less, want more: Epicure Cincinnati aims to reduce unused food

Both chefs & novices share ideas & recipes using "ugly" produce to prevent usable items from reaching landfills.

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