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Rock Paper Scissors is an art supply and local-music record store coming to Over-The-Rhine in September.

Local artists Adam Petersen and Lindsay Nehls from The Marburg Collective have teamed up with Alisha Budkie of Smartfish Studio & Sustainable Supply to create a shop in the heart of the community (1301 Main Street) that will offer a selection of art supplies, designed to suit the needs of art students, local small businesses, and working and commercial artists.  They will also devote a large section of the store to locally-made materials and tools, including handmade charcoals, inks, books, and bags.

Wounded Home exhibit at the Lloyd Library and Museum

Jul 26, 2013

Downtown Cincinnati’s Lloyd Library and Museum is currently featuring Wounded Home, an art and book exhibit commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Jane Durrell learns about how this exhibit was assembled and what visitors can expect to find in a conversation with the library’s Anna Heran and the exhibit’s guest curator, Kate Kern.

Art at Clifton's La Poste eatery

Jul 19, 2013

Clifton’s La Poste restaurant owner Jens Rosenkrantz is also an accomplished photographer and he and local painter M. Katherine Hurley curate a variety of installations at the restaurant. They are with Jane Durrell to talk about upcoming shows and the process of curating a show in the La Poste space versus a more traditional gallery.

Kentucky Art Outpost art exhibit

Jun 21, 2013

For the second year, the Malton Gallery, Southbank Partners and the City of Newport will present the Kentucky Art Outpost, a regional arts exhibition at the World Peace Bell Park. Anne Arenstein learns more from featured artist, photographer Fran Carlisle and organizer Sylvia Rombus from the Malton Gallery.

The Art Circle at the Essex Studios' current exhibit, entitled “Quench Your Thirst for Art,” is on display inside Venue 222, a downtown meeting space for corporate and social events located on 14th Street.

I was fortunate to get some insight into both the artwork and the facility itself from Debbie Dent, owner of Venue 222, and Connie Springer from the Art Circle.