The Cincinnati Art Museum offers a one-of-a-kind lineup of new exhibitions and events starting this fall and running through summer 2020.
Impact 100 announced last evening that Activities Beyond The Classroom (ABC)/Fourthwall Youth Studios has been selected as a 2019 Impact 100 Grant Recipient. The $109,000 grant award will help fund the purchase and design of a mobile video truck, enabling ABC/Fourthwall to offer their award winning filmmaking program to students throughout the Cincinnati area. Currently, the program is only offered in Over the Rhine.
Selections have been made for the 2019 class of BOARDway Bound, ArtsWave’s signature professional development program, with participation from 29 individuals representing 21 corporations, organizations and institutions across the region. The course will run from September 10 to November 19, blending directed learning and classroom interaction with videos, case studies and panel discussions.
ArtsWave unveils a new brand identity that underscores the impact the region’s art make. This new mark illustrates that the arts — music, dance, theater, museums, festivals and more — produce a wave of impact that connects us and contributes directly to our region’s success.
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati (TCT) is holding auditions in August for two MainStage productions in their 100th Season!
ArtsWave’s Board of Directors recently approved $10,019,308 in grant expenditures from its recent 2019 Community Campaign, slated to support more than 120 arts organizations throughout the Greater Cincinnati region in the upcoming year.
On Friday, June 28, the Cincinnati Arts Association’s Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff Center for the Arts debuts Cincinnati Gateway Revisited, a 30th anniversary celebration and artistic examination of the public art project created as the entry to Cincinnati’s Bicentennial Commons in 1988 by award-winning artist and sculptor Andrew Leicester which sparked controversy and launched the flying pig phenomena in Cincinnati.
ArtsWave, the convener, planner and promoter of Greater Cincinnati’s arts announced this week an unprecedented collaboration, the POWER OF HER, to celebrate the centennial of women’s suffrage and the ratification of the 19th amendment in 1920, granting women the right to vote.
The most talked about (and big budgeted) movies, the Elton John biopic Rocketman, screened out of competition not eligible for awards while the film with the most star power going into the final weekend, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with Leo DeCaprio and Brad Pitt, got a seven-minute standing ovation at its premiere and is expected to be a box office hit.
BOARDway Bound, ArtsWave’s signature non-profit board training and placement program, returns September 10 for accomplished, diverse professionals who are passionate about making a difference in the region through the arts.