Arts

Arts and culture

The Taft Museum of Art celebrates the recently completed TV phenomenon, Downton Abbey, with an exhibit of 36 costumes opening July 2.

Currently on display in the Brazee Street Studio's C-LINK Gallery is their 6th Annual Kid's Exhibition

Know Theatre of Cincinnati is presenting The Fisherman's Wife, a sex farce written by Steve Yockey who also wrote Pluto, previously produced by Know.

Cincinnati Opera will present the world premiere of the love story Fellow Travelers this summer in the Jarson-Kaplan Theatre at the Aronoff Center. 

Coming June 25 is a musical fundraiser for the Wyoming Fine Arts Center featuring Serenity Fisher and the Cardboard Hearts, Ronstadt Generations, and members of the center's teaching staff. 

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Julie Aronson is the Curator of American Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings at the Cincinnati Art Museum and is curating a new exhibit entitled Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt, opening June 18.

Kristin Chenoweth is an award-winning singer and actor, known for her work on Broadway, TV, and on concert stages around the world.

  Kim Popa, founder of dance company Pones, Inc. talks about "Graphic," their new production for the Cincinnati Fringe Festival.

Poetry Reading: Local poet Sherry Cook Stanforth reads her poem What Mary B. Remembered from her book, Drone String.

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On June 10, the film The Fits from filmmaker Anna Rose Holmer opens at the Esquire Theater. 

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