Now hanging at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Charles T. Webber’s painting of the Underground Railroad helped cement Cincinnati’s historic connection with the anti-slavery movement.
As Cincinnati’s very first Hollywood star and an icon of the silent movie era, Theda Bara is finally making noise as she attracts a new generation of fans.
Vhils creates haunting portraits on building walls using chisels, hammers, bleach, and acid. Now you can see it up close at the CAC.
Cody Gunningham's vibrant art decorates the Queen City, from the flower-painted garage door on East 13th Street to Social OTR’s blue botanical mural.
The Moth will host two nights of live, unscripted, first-person storytelling at Memorial Hall on February 6 and 7.
Five friends started a one-night art show that's turned into a great opportunity for local artists to showcase their work in unexpected places.
The eclectic folk-art gallery, named for iconic artist Raymond Thunder-Sky (a.k.a. the Construction Clown), in Northside has started its curtain call.
The display shrinks Cincinnati to 1/64 scale and shows how we’ve changed through the years.
West Chester native Mitra Jouhari on comedy writing, absurdity, and the benefits of being from the Midwest.
Sponsored Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Leadership’s bold blueprint reads like the back-of-a-menu pitch from a scrappy tech startup.