Art Off Pike Returns to Downtown Covington for Tenth Year
Mon, 09/22/2014 - 17:11 RCN Newsdesk
Art Off Pike celebrates 10 years in Covington’s downtown on Sunday with art, performances, family fun and food.
Located along 7th Street between Washington and Madison from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the annual free arts festival will feature work for sale by more than 60 local artists who will be selling their work in a variety of media. Festival-goers can work on a chalk street mural with Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center and paint flowers and “Mix + Match Buildings” with Visionaries and Voices.
Performances include Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra’s “Bach and Bombox,” Bi-Okoto African Roots, and Elementz Dance. A Covington-inspired jeans jacket fashion show includes the Upcycle Jean Jacket Auction, with all proceeds going to Covington-based organizations chosen by the artists.
Families can compete in a movie-themed scavenger hunt and see an outdoor screening of “The Goonies.”
Participating artists are:
Ceramics: Christie Goodfellow, Trish McLennan, Javonne Whittle; Glass: Carolyn Althoff, Tim Gottschalk; Graphics: Jay Becker, Amanda Hogan Carlisle, Beth Meyer,
Derrick Riley; Jewelry: Lynnea Bennett, Don Bodenberg, Susie Brand, Benjamin Jordan, Beverly Kenney, Robert Marksz; Mixed Media: BLDG, Stephen Childress, Tony Dotson, Cate Douglas, Aurore Fournier, Stephanie Redman, Sheila Sweeney-Tebbe, Maximillian Unterhaslberger; Painting: Mike Altman, Jarrod Becker, Jessie Boone, Patricia Brent, Suzanne Marie Lambert, Nicole Manning, Michelle Sanchez (with Manifest Gallery); Photography: Tom DiBello, Scott McHenry, Jeffrey Poland, Lane Schafer; Sculpture: Brad McCombs, Jessica Wolf, John Young; Textiles: Kathryn Swartz; Watercolor: Jeri Burns; Wood: Billie Bradford, Jerry Warner
-Jackie Demaline, RCN Arts
Photo: Art Off Pike 2013/RCN file