Thomas More College, in conjunction with the Diocese of Covington and Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, will welcome Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, author of "Dead Man Walking: An Eyewit
Culture & Art
WIth the start of November just around the corner, Covington art gallery Pique has announced its next show. Here are the details:
Main Gallery: EVERYTHING, works by Steve Kemple
The Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center announces “An Evening with The Beatles” presented by CSX Transportation on October 24 from 6-10pm.
Each year, Children’s Law Center (CLC) acquires all seating in Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati for a special dress rehearsal performance, which is dedicated to Mary Fisher, a long-time supporter of Chi
Thomas More College's Creative Writing Vision Program will welcome narrative poet Stephen Holt to Norhtern Kentucky as he shares from his latest book The Wild Plum Trees on Tuesday, Octobe
On Friday, October 23, a new exhibit is will open at the Covington Arts gallery in downtown Covington.
Covington-based branding agency BLDG recently received a Creative Community Grant from the Center for Great Neighborhoods (CGN) to complete a mural at the southeast corner of the Flannery Paint bui
From the Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington:
The DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival will return for a second year to Covington’s Devou Park Bandshell on Saturday, September 26, from noon to dusk.
The Think Shop, a multimedia design and branding agency, will be hosting an art show at their office in Newport. The show – THINK SQUARE! – will run from September through November, 2015.
Public art that is truly community based and generated can galvanize a sense of place, bring a community together and celebrate its diversity and unique character and story.