If COIVD-19 museum closures are leaving you art-starved, Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum is one of the best options this summer.
Now you can work out and appreciate art simultaneously, thanks to the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new Art Climb steps from Gilbert Avenue to the museum’s parking lot.
The 26-year-old violinist, singer, producer, and beat-maker is the most cosmic and uncategorizable presence to come out of Cincinnati since Bootsy Collins.
For her latest burst of creativity, Tina Gutierrez photographed subjects dressed in outfits that represent how they feel about the coronavirus.
Starting July 6, Loveland native John Litzler and his husband Cody Szarko will teach dance and yoga classes in their new studio, which caters to various types of dance and skill levels.
From driving donations to mobilizing activists, local musicians are contributing to the fight against racially-motivated police brutality.
Sydney Michelle Nelson performs her semi-autobiographical show "A Diva’s Bedroom" at DePaul University, putting her bedroom on stage to redefine the word "diva."
Led by black artists helpers of various ages and races, a new public artwork becomes the Black Lives Matter movement’s exclamation point in Cincinnati.
Illustrated by local artist Sadie Kern, the "Cincinnati Botanical Coloring Book" features classic Cincinnati scenes with flowers of all shapes and sizes.
White parents are responsible for teaching their children to respect and uplift black lives. Here's how to find effective anti-racist children’s books and other texts.