art galleries

Price Hill Will
5:00 am
Fri November 28, 2014

Price Hill's arts community continues to grow with the new Gallery@3506

A new art gallery has opened in Price Hill, part of the burgeoning arts community in one of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhoods. To talk about Gallery@3506 and other cultural developments in Price Hill, Jane Durrell is joined by Pamela Taylor, community outreach coordinator for Price Hill Will.

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Providing Opportunities for Artists with Disabilities

Samantha Charek and Kelly Dobos
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Covington, KY
3:34 pm
Thu March 13, 2014

Shrewdness of Apes presents: Shoebox

Hilary Nauman co-curator of Shrewdness of Apes

Local artists Hilary Nauman and Michael Boyd began exhibiting their work in pop-up shops, outdoor markets and at The City Flea.  The free-form spontaneity of this kind of exhibition has carried over and has led them to open Shrewdness of Apes - an art gallery that is different from what you might be used to.

SoA, located on 7th Street in downtown Covington, focuses on contemporary and emerging artists and exhibits that are not only unusual, but invite entries from anyone with an interest in creating something unique, special and out of the ordinary.

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Final Fridays
2:14 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

The Alphabet as Art

& by Lindsay Nehls

Purveyors of locally-made art supplies and music, Rock Paper Scissors presents The Alphabet Show! as part of February's Final Friday downtown celebration.

The Alphabet Show! is a fun and family-friendly exhibit that focuses on the identity, typography and cultural associations of each letter of the English alphabet - plus four common punctuation marks. Thirty regional and national artists have been asked to create a graphic interpretation of an individual letter.

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Art Gallery
12:00 am
Fri February 7, 2014

Introducing Shrewdness of Apes gallery in Covington

Covington is home to a new, unique art gallery called Shrewdness of Apes. Co-director Hilary Nauman is in the studio with Jane Durrell to talk about their goal to exhibit and sell contemporary works with a focus on local and regional artists, and how this unusual name came about.

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