Arts

Fiber Arts Sale
1:00 am
Fri November 1, 2013

The 65th Annivesary of the Weaver's Guild of Cincinnati

The Weaver’s Guild of Cincinnati is celebrating its 65th anniversary of promoting, teaching and keeping alive the traditions of fiber arts. Barbara Gray discusses the group and this milestone with former guild president Moya Jones and Ginny Bolte, co-chair of the 2013 Fiber Arts Sale happening November 8-10.

Founder Isaac Selya
1:00 am
Fri October 25, 2013

The new Queen City Chamber Opera

Anne Arenstein introduces listeners to the recently established Queen City Chamber Opera, founded to advance the careers of emerging opera artists by featuring them in fully-staged productions. The company’s founder, Isaac Selya, and director/tenor Marco Panuccio discuss the upcoming performance of L’Amore Dei Tre Re by Montemezzi at the Dunham Arts Center Theater.

Playhouse in the Park
1:00 am
Fri October 25, 2013

"Cabaret" comes to the Marx Theater stage

Playhouse in the Park brings the classic Broadway musical Cabaret to the Marx Theater starting October 24. Rick Pender talks with the show’s director and choreographer, Marcia Milgrom Dodge, about this production.

Carolyn Mazloomi
1:00 am
Fri October 25, 2013

"And Still We Rise" quilt exhibit at the Freedom Center

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is hosting And Still We Rise, the largest exhibition of African American quilts ever presented, which narrates 400 years of history in 85 quilts. Curator Carolyn Mazloomi, Ph.D., director of the Women of Color Quilter's Network, tells our Jane Durrell about the inspiration for this exhibition and how it will be turned into a book in 2014.

"Object of Devotion"
1:00 am
Sat October 19, 2013

Medieval alabaster sculptures on exhibit at the Dayton Art Institute

Jane Durrell welcomes Aimee Marcereau DeGalan, curator of the Dayton Art Institute, to talk about their current Object of Devotion (medieval alabaster sculptures) & Elizabeth Turk exhibits as well as some of the hidden gems visitors can discover at the DAI.

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