Arts + Culture

Development News ArtWorks' Civic Studio artist in residence Asha White (second from left) with the Studio's team of artists catalogued Greater Cincinnati's 218 existing monuments and their subject matter as part of the New Monuments Initiative.

Artworks' monumental task


Feature Story Patrons socialize during happy hour at Nostalgia Wine & Jazz Lounge.

A holiday tour of Over-the-Rhine


Development News Artist Elizabeth Ross shows seven-year-old Ft. Thomas resident Blaine Bozsan the basics of printmaking.

Nature-inspired art: Past and present


Development News The New York Times bestselling author, Erik Larson.

Erik Larson headlines Niehoff Lecture


Home to world-class symphony, opera, choral, and ballet companies and art museums that blend the historic—The Taft and Cincinnati Art Museum—with contemporary exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center and independent galleries in OTR, Camp Washington, East Walnut Hills, Hyde Park, Covington and Downtown; the Queen City knows its art. For stage buffs, two-time Tony Award winning Cincinnati Playhouse in Mt. Adams; Ensemble and Know Theatres and Cincinnati Shakespeare in Over-the-Rhine debut classic and original pieces of work, while citywide events like cutting-edge theater Fringe Festival, FotoFocus, BLINK, and Cincinnati Music Festival round out the vibrant arts calendar.