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Antiques Bro Show: At Caza Sikes, Hunting for Treasure Is a Family Affair
Caza Sikes races to find, save, and sell notable art and household items before they’re unwittingly thrown away.
Cal Cullen Makes Waves
Spreading Cullen’s Wave Pool model far and wide could help improve communities through art.
Kristen Schlotman Brings Hollywood to Cincinnati
With Film Cincinnati, she works to produce Hollywood movies in the Queen City.
NFTxCincinnati Celebrates Digital Art at the UNFIT Exhibition
The immersive art gallery unfolds February 25-26 downtown, along with panel discussions to help demystify the world of NFTs.
Locally Produced Political Thriller Is Now Streaming on Demand
Greg Newberry’s play-turned-feature film “Who Is Amos Otis?” takes current political and social divisions to an extreme conclusion.
King Penguins Take Center Stage at the Cincinnati Zoo
Penguin Days returns next week, allowing visitors to see the Arctic birds waddle the grounds in a penguin parade.
A Year to Celebrate 200
Cincinnati’s Jewish community marks its bicentennial with a series of events, including Hanukkah on Fountain Square.
Pones Dances into the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Kara Walker Show
The arts organizations’ content collaboration continues with a new short dance film premiering in early December.
Essex Studios Reopens for a Fine Arts Evening
Closed to public events during the pandemic, the Walnut Hills artist colony finally opens its doors again at 6-10 p.m. November 19.
Apply to Be Cincinnati’s Next Poet Laureate
The Mercantile Library takes over program management for the city of Cincinnati and opens the application process through November 29.
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