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All Signs Point to a Bright Future

The American Sign Museum has become a pop culture phenomenon. Now the organization is in the home stretch of a $5.5 million project that will expand its Camp Washington footprint in ways that honor the past and look toward tomorrow.

Fresh Voices for Justice

The Freedom Center’s King Legacy Celebration is a springboard for inspiring positive social change.

Miami University’s FotoFocus Show Recalls the Freedom Summer of 1964

Steve Schapiro’s haunting photos document that year’s civil rights warriors who traveled from Oxford, Ohio, to Mississippi to support Black voters.

Photographer Nancy Ford Cones Gets Her Due

The Taft Museum of Art and FotoFocus expose a new generation to the Loveland artist who broke barriers and gained national notoriety in the 1910s and 1920s.

The Cincinnati Symphony Offers a Radical Vision This Weekend

Partnering with FotoFocus and taking cues from BLINK, the CSO’s “Sun Dogs” program pairs modern filmmakers and composers with the live orchestra at Music Hall.

FotoFocus Sees the Big Picture

The photography and video art festival returns after four years and draws in more than 90 venues from Northern Kentucky to Columbus.

An Art Deco Room With a View Arrives at CAM

Almost 50 years after receiving original bedroom pieces designed by once-famed architect Joseph Urban, the Cincinnati Art Museum finally puts them on display.

New Contemporary Arts Center Show Explores the Ways of Water

The show features installation and video art, photography, painting, sculpture, and performance examining the life-giving and destructive qualities of water.

Anaïs Mitchell Emerges from the Stillness

The singer-songwriter discusses touring again, including a stop at Memorial Hall, and following up her Broadway musical "Hadestown."

Don Poynter’s Legacy Is Mighty Tiny

The Cincinnati novelty inventor, who died last month at age 96, built a serious business around making people laugh.