Lonnie Mack, Mr. Spoons, Syd Nathan, and more lend their faces to this collaboration between Shake It Records and ArtWorks.
Ranging from a Jazz Age non-fiction to a roundup of must-see Cincinnati sights, these are the top 5 local book releases you should keep on your radar.
Horace G. Williamson was perhaps the most prolific poet in Cincinnati history, but you won’t find him in English classes these days, nor in any anthologies.
Does art imitate life? In the case of Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of The Lifespan of a Fact, it does. Sort of.
This immersive experience, crafted by Architects of Air, is BLINK’s premiere event.
This year’s projection mapping event will span more than 30 city blocks from Findlay Market to Covington, Kentucky.
The new exhibition joins ArtsWave in the citywide Power of Her initiative.
Tim Goldrainer is front man for local cover band The Menus. He’s the one on stage in a tutu. Or a cheerleading outfit. Or a ladies’ swimsuit from the ’50s.
Because there’s nothing better to do on a fall evening in the Queen City than to see a favorite band or new musician.
It's not just about the spectacle and the lights and the art. There's more to explore with Blink.