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The Carnegie presents affordable, engaging workshops for kids

Registration is now open for The Carnegie’s fall and early-winter ArtStop Artist Series workshops, which are aimed at kids ages 7-12 who want to engage in creative learning opportunities.

NKU student to gain hands-on business startup experience through funded UpTech internship

Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics will produce a funded intern who will gain experience in the business startup world, thanks to sponsorship from Frank Caccamo of UpTech.

Cincy set to host 28th annual Black Family Reunion

The 28th annual Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion — the only Black Family Reunion in the U.S. — will draw people together for a time of celebration and togetherness this weekend.

ReelAbilities Cincy presents creative opportunity to local filmmakers

Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival is now accepting entries from local videographers — professionals and students alike —who are interested in highlighting the lives and stories of individuals with disabilities.

Wave Pool merges art with community, hosts 2nd annual pool party fundraiser

Wave Pool is hosting a pool party fundraiser to support the nonprofit's mission as "a dynamic place where art intersects with community. It also wants to be a catalyst for social engagement while cultivating artistic development.

Art Academy of Cincinnati professor enjoys second fellowship at Lloyd Library

This summer, Ken Henson has spent his time in the stacks of Lloyd Library preparing a classic novel, Etidorpha, for republication as part of the Curtis G. Lloyd Fellowship.

12th annual Art Off Pike seeking local artists to showcase their work

For the past 11 years, people from all across the region have gathered along Seventh Street in Covington, between Madison and Washington streets, to browse the diverse work of local artists.

Books by the Banks celebrates 10 years of reading and writing with 10 pre-festival events

Books by the Banks, Cincinnati’s annual regional book festival, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with 10 pre-festival events. The day-long event is Oct. 15 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

Local martial artist shares knowledge, talents to instruct others in self-defense

Daryl Tate has taken a variety of martial arts classes throughout his life. He's taken that level of devotion and training to the next level, and now teaches martial arts.

Art Academy of Cincinnati hosts Helms Trust Traveling Art Exhibit

Students from the Art Academy of Cincinnati are getting well-deserved attention all around the city, thanks to the Helms Trust Traveling Art Exhibit. 
 

Stages for Youth helps teens find their voice through filmmaking program

Many creative students don’t get the chance to express themselves and their talent in a traditional classroom environment, but Frank O'Farrell wants to change that.

Promote local tourism by taking a staycation this summer

In May, Greater Cincinnati joined forces with a multitude of cities to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week to propel its year-long initiative “Travel ’16." 

NKU, Strategies to End Homelessness collaborate to launch unique app

Students from Northern Kentucky University’s Center for Applied Informatics recently partnered with Strategies to End Homelessness to develop Street Reach, an app that helps individuals connect to resources and housing.

Local poet/writer finds her open mic home at Lydia's On Ludlow

Creative writer Kelly Thomas organizes a number of events at Lydia's on Ludlow, including bi-monthly meetings of musicians, writers and performers called Literary Lydia's.

New Summer of STEM program takes off in Cincinnati

Local children are enjoying a new mix of camps and activities this summer as part of the Summer of STEM, which focuses on increasing the awareness and availability of science, technology, engineering and math opportunities.
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