A new art exhibition opening in Covington showcases dozens of pieces from students across the local region who were unable to be featured last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Artist Frank Duveneck's death will be honored one hundred years later in a special collection now on display at Thomas More University.
Studio Open 2 and Then, There and Now, two shows highlighting the talented emerging artists in our region, open in The Carnegie galleries on Friday, Dec.
The Carnegie galleries promises four exciting and diverse shows with the new 2017-18 season that opened Friday with new exhibits and a new format: along with traditional changing shows, t
If you’re a supporter of peace and justice issues, a fan of Cincinnati Fringe or both – check out the annual SOS Art show from May 27 through June 5 at Art Academy of Cincinnati, and look
Pique, an "open ended art experiment" in Covington, has announced its schedule of upcoming workshops at its gallery on Pike Street.
Here is the list:
Want to know what’s going on in visual arts at Northern Kentucky University?
Do you love the great impressionist works of Monet, Pissarro, Van Gogh?
Northern Kentuckians Marsha Karagheusian of Fort Mitchell and Dana Tindall of Fort Wright both show work in the Xavier University’s Biennial Faculty Exhibit, which opened Friday and conti
“I’m a geek!,” proclaims Andrew Au.
In mid-January he was hanging his new series of intricate ballpoint pen drawings in Thomas More College’s Eva Farris Gallery.
Artwork by Andrew Au will be on display at the Eva G. Farris Art Gallery at Thomas More College beginning January 14 and running through February 5, 2015.
Covington art gallery, Pique, recently announced its calendar of events for December, including a new exhibit opening on December 8.
Here is the complete list of events for December:
Is Grainwell’s “Walnut Pipe Dream” a planter, or is it a small sculpture made of walnut (from Ohio), copper pipe, and tufts of live greenery?
Or is it simply modern living?
Local artists and artists from Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center will be selling hand-crafted works perfect for Christmas shopping on Sunday, December 6 from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.