Top 5 Art Events This Week

Get out of the cold and get into Cincinnati’s coolest creative communities.

1. Experiment with brush and pen at this week’s Drink and Draw. The Contemporary Arts Center’s free Thursday night event is the best way to get the creative—and high-proof—juices flowing. Contemporary Arts Center, November 2, contemporaryartscenter.org

2. If drawing isn’t your thing, you can meet Kentucky artist Bill Fletcher at the Women’s Art Club Cultural Center on Thursday. The Kentucky artist is famous for landscapes and still life paintings, and will be on hand to demonstrate techniques and answer any questions about his art. Women’s Art Club Cultural Center at the Barn, Mariemont, November 2, artatthebarn.org

3. Learn about local artists at the Tiger Lily Press Annual Print Sale, happening at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center on Saturday. This print makers’ fair will feature etchings, screen prints, woodblocks, collagraphs, lithographs, and linocuts. Free and open to the public. Clifton Cultural Arts Center, November 4, cliftonculturalarts.org

4. You can get the art equivalent of a double feature with the CAC@21c program, now through December 30. Take a free 30-minute docent-led tour of the 21c galleries, then head over to CAC for another round. It’s a modern-art lover’s dream collaboration. Downtown, through December 30, 21cmuseumhotels.com, contemporaryartscenter.org

5. If photography is your jam, attend the David Yarrow: Fotofocus Preview, Lecture, and Book Signing. The internationally renowned photographer will be signing copies of his book, Wild Encounters, and discussing his solo exhibition in Fotofocus 2018. Free and open to the public. Miller Gallery, Hyde Park, November 4, millergallery.com

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