Asha Ama Bias-Daniels, the Taft Museum of Art’s 2021 Duncanson Artist-in-Residence, will display her creativity and help others find their own during programs scheduled for April 12–26.
Local art nonprofit FotoFocus pairs movies with recipes from local chefs in its "SECOND SCREENS: Foodie Edition" film series.
The Cincinnati Ballet presents free digital versions of The Kaplan New Work Series, featuring world premieres that explore themes of inequality, isolation, empowerment, and love.
Jazz saxophonist Kayla Upthegrove expresses herself through music, which has been a challenge during the pandemic.
Take a walk through history with the Stuart Weitzman Collection of Historic Shoes, a 200-year span in fashion, at the Taft Museum of Art this month.
A new exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum takes a look at Frank Duveneck and aims to elevate him from local hero to his rightful place in the art world.
As the Cincinnati Art Museum's Associate Objects Conservator, Kelly Rectenwald is in charge of repairing and preserving the museum's 3-D objects.
From greeting cards and coloring books to custom illustrations, these four local designers aim to put a smile on their customers’ faces.
Roger Collins’s play "Trading Places" will be featured in a Brooklyn-based theater company’s virtual new works festival this week.
From in-person art classes to free online tutorials, Creative House of Art & Design offers professional art instruction for all skill levels.