Here's our guide to a handful of exhibitions you shouldn’t miss before FotoFocus closes.
Keith Josef Adkins explores the collision of cultures for one free family of color in his newest play, “Safe House.”
His music blends superficiality with thematic maturity.
Did a Cincinnati guy "borrow" his friend's story?
Walk inside Dick Waller's Art Place and see his third career.
“It’s not just an investment in my soul, but in the souls of the bands I work with."
Frustrated with no longer winning roles with top local theater companies, Kevin Crowley created his own.
With few exceptions, FotoFocus is all about fine art photography—and a lot of it. More than 50 galleries, museums, libraries…
Pones Inc. marries social justice, storytelling and performance art in a roaming, immersive new work.
Two women, their art and how Cincinnati played into their creations.
Kazem Abdullah can’t say for certain whether music helped him cope with his brother's death. He only knows the Cincinnati Symphony…
Many a musician, understandably, will fume over the quick success of Justin Brown and Chase Martin—former classmates at Hopewell Junior…
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