Seeing Through, an exhibit curated by Saad Ghosn, will open this Friday, August 21 in Covington.
Covington-based branding firm BLDG has announced the dates for Cash For Your Warhol: Fund Your Startup!, an exhibition exploring the intersection of art, money and entrepreneurship by conc
People familiar with artist Billy Tackett’s Zombie art might have been surprised at his entry in Behringer-Crawford Museum’s 2014 freshART competition.
Thomas More College is honored to present “Transfigured,” a textiles exhibition by Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido and Jennifer A. Reis. The exhibit appears in the Eva G.
Thomas More College will present artwork by local landscape artist Tom Bluemlein in a new exhibit opening June 29. Bluemlein’s art will be on display at the Eva G.
Cincinnati Fringe, the debut of the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater in Price Hill (with terrific Mike Sherman and Spenser Smith as The Producers), the beginning of the summer Commonwealth D
A dozen Northern Kentucky artists will put their social issues on exhibit for the free, 10-day SOS Art, at ART Academy of Cincinnati in Over-the-Rhine from May29 - June 7, overlapping with Cincinna
Covington sculptor Robert Fry is attracted to negative space.
Hello, Spring! Starting in May, we’re widening our search for the best arts of the month to include music and visual art in easy reach of Northern Kentucky.
Convocation: A regional showcase of graduating artists closes The Carnegie’s exhibit season April 24-June 13. There will be an opening night preview conversation at 5:30 p.m.
Flight in time, flight in space, flight in life. Flight features the works of Northern Kentucky artists Sharmon Davidson and Marsha Karagheusian, showcased in a three-woman show with Cinci
Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s April concert will be out of this world – or as close as you can get with your feet firmly planted on the ground as the KSO tours the solar system with NASA images and
Bellevue Renaissance is seeking plant and garden-loving vendors and artists to particpate in Bellevue Blossoms, a spring celebration of gardening and flowers, on Saturday, May 16.
Northern Kentucky artists Brad McCombs and Numediacy play a vital role in a major regional exhibit about a vital topic: water.