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Arts Conference
7:00 am
Mon January 20, 2014

Corporeal Texture: New ways to 'Get Art'

"Visualizing Feeling: Affect and the Feminine Avant-garde" is one of the driving forces behind this conference.

Many people walk into a contemporary art gallery or museum believing that they are not smart enough to 'get it.' While many contemporary artists do utilize complex theories about art, there are other ways to understand art than theories.

The Corporeal Texture Conference is a graduate student-led conference that will take place on March 1st at the University of Cincinnati.  The conference focuses on how viewers interact with a work of art on a sensory or bodily level.  The speakers at this conference will discuss the various ways textures and surfaces play in how we view or experience art.

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Cincinnati Edition, Monday at 2:00
6:30 am
Sun September 15, 2013

Street Artist JR at Contemporary Arts Center

Illegal pasting in China on a water tower for Wrinkles of the City project
JR
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Cincinnati Edition
12:50 pm
Sun September 8, 2013

Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

D. Lynn Meyers
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Created in 1986 to support local professional artists, and with a belief in the transformative power of the arts to create sustainable and attractive communities,

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Cincinnati Edition
1:30 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

The Changing Perception of Tattoos

Artist Troy Coe working on a tattoo
Holly Yurchison/WVXU

There was a time when someone with a tattoo was seen as a biker, criminal or a member of the military. But tattoos have become mainstream, with one survey estimating that 23% of Americans have a tattoo. And that percentage increases for those under the age of 30.

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Downtown
1:29 pm
Wed June 5, 2013

Can You Be Awesome For $1,000?

Roanne Lee - Dean of the Cincinnati chapter of the Awesome Foundation

What does it mean to be awesome?

The Awesome Foundation, started in Boston in 2009, set out to discover just that.  The Foundation provides one-time $1,000 grants, with no strings attached, to people who can create – in their words - "flashes of micro-brilliance."

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