Arts

Lloyd Library
1:00 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Local artist Ken Henson's solo exhibit "The Emerald Table"

Ron Esposito talks with Art Academy of Cincinnati professor and artist Ken Henson about his solo exhibit at the Lloyd Library downtown. The Emerald Tablet explores the theme of alchemy and astral projection, driven by his interests in magic and mysticism, of which alchemy is a part.

CCM Dance
1:00 am
Fri April 11, 2014

"Giselle" on stage at the College Conservatory of Music

The classic ballet Giselle will be performed by UC’s College Conservatory of Music April 17-19. Anne Arenstein has a preview of this production from Michael Tevlin (co-choreogrpaher) and Olivia Lafrenz (one of the 3 ballerinas performing the role of Giselle.)

National Poetry Month
1:00 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Poet Frank Watson and his use of micropoetry and Twitter

Poet Frank Watson has received great acclaim for his use of micropoetry – usually 3-6 lines, akin to a haiku, and can often be found on his Twitter account (@FollowBlueFlute). Robyn Carey-Allgeyer talks with the poet during National Poetry Month about how he came to this style and what readers will find in his newest collection, Seas to Mulberries.

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Tue April 8, 2014

Corporate Choirs Compete in CincySings

ArtsWave CincySings brings local corporate choirs together for competition.
Provided, ArtsWave

  Did you get to hear and enjoy any of the amazing groups that performed in town during the 2012 World Choir Games? Well, now you have the opportunity to hear more great singing, as choirs from ten local corporations, and one wild card team, compete in CincySings, an ArtsWave event.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri April 4, 2014

"Crown" at Art Museum Generates Discussion

"Crown" exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Tana Weingartner / WVXU

While the Cincinnati Art Museum is closed, a sniper fires 19 rounds into a bronze cube. Video and still cameras record the bullets as they make their way from the sniper’s rifle in the museum’s front lobby, travel past more traditional works of art, and pierce the metal cube, mounted in the Great Hall. “Crown,” the work of conceptual artist Todd Pavlisko, now on display at the museum, has generated discussion and some controversy.  Matt Distel, Art Museum adjunct curator of contemporary art, joins us to discuss “Crown” and its place in the world of art.

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