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Burning Man Comes to the Cincinnati Art Museum

A participatory exhibition inspired by Buning Man, a weeklong experiment in community, that encourages visitors to dance, listen, and even burn down a temple.

Inside Happy Bungalow’s Tiny Toy Factory

“I kept sketch pads at work when I was miserable,” says Don Clark, who graduated with an architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2003 and spent five years cooped up in cubicles. Then the recession hit, and Clark was laid off.

A Costuming King Lives Among Us

Michael Wong's incredible character creations.

Where To Get A Tattoo In Cincinnati

Whether you’re finally taking the plunge or need to finish that sleeve, these tattoo parlors get the job done.

Sitting Pretty: UC DAAP Student Chair Designs

For the past six years, Julie and Jeff Hinkel, owners of Voltage Furniture, have shown the work of Associate Professor Emeritus Tony Kawanari’s students in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) Industrial Design program.

Bringing Blacksmithing Back

Mark Gilsdorf crafts his own tools to forge his modern metal work.

Meet the Makers at Bloodline Merchants

This Friday, July 8: The art’s on in Linwood.

Q&A: Julie and Billie Otten of Shoppe Class

To get an idea of the behind-the-scenes magic of Shoppe Class, we talked to Julie Otten, the mind and force behind it, and her husband Billy, the other half of her at-home "team" working to make the classes possible.

Carol Ann’s Carousel Will Soon Be Going ’Round

Carol Ann’s Carousel is 32 custom-commissioned paintings, 44 hand-crafted wooden figures to (merrily) ride upon, lights, and more, all encased in a brand new glass structure.

Fleur de Wreath

Winter doldrums, be gone!

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