After helping the downtown Black Lives Matter mural come to life, his current project goes a step further by offering an evocative take on his identity.
Local artists and performers come together as the Creative Disruption Committee to host live, safe, socially aware experiences.
If the audience can’t come to the movies, Allyson West of Cindependent Film Festival hooks up the trailer and brings the movies to the audience.
This week’s virtual shows hope to replace some of the energy music fans find each summer at the Cincinnati Music Festival at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati’s first jazz bandleader, Harry Spindler, eventually became the city’s go-to expert on collecting and selling exotic animals.
Cincinnati Opera's general director and CEO says the company’s first live forays will likely feature nontraditional spaces, particularly outdoor venues.
If COIVD-19 museum closures are leaving you art-starved, Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum is one of the best options this summer.
Local artist Bobby Diddle takes the Furby, a talking animatronic toy from the 1990s, and creates a new kind of character.
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.