Makeshift Mammoth Makes Art For All

Through his independent art brand, Joshua Stout uses playful murals to unite communities.

Kim Klosterman Shows Off Her Hippie-Era Jewelry at the Cincinnati Art Museum

Her bangles, baubles, and beads depict themes from outer space to Eastern mysticism to signs of the zodiac.

Cincinnati Ballet and Its Artistic Director Are Making Moves

Cincinnati Ballet and its outgoing artistic director Victoria Morgan look to their next chapters.
July 2021

New Black Music Walk Of Fame to Spotlight Local Legends

The Queen City’s first music corridor at The Banks connects to a vast legacy of African American musical artists.
JULY 2021

Skrap Comic Packs a Punch

The action series follows the exploits of a young female MMA fighter.

Local Theater Pros Join Forces to Launch The Story Collective

The new company aims to produce family-friendly professional productions with “a ton of heart” for suburban audiences.

Meet the Female Artist Collectives Behind Kennedy Heights Art Center’s Newest Exhibit

The latest exhibit brings together seven local female artist collectives with a variety of styles under one roof.

Celebrate National Poetry Month with These Cincinnati Poets

We checked in with four local poets to talk beginnings, inspiration, and honing the craft amid a pandemic.

Ensemble Theatre Streams Plays Online, Including a New Commission

Young playwright Isaiah Reaves’s new show based on his grandmother’s experiences as a 1960s Freedom Rider will stream on ETC’s website April 19 to May 2, 2021.

Music Hall’s Mighty Wurlitzer Is Bringing a Silent Film Concert to Your Family Room

Friends of Music Hall will stream “Girl Shy” and the accompanying original score from April 9 through April 25.

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