Guest Commentary: Beloved Developer Fred Lane Left Indelible Mark on Cincinnati Arts Community
Fred Lane, much beloved former developer of artist spaces in Cincinnati, died two weeks ago of complications from ALS.
By Maria Seda-Reeder
The Carnegie’s Matt Distel is letting artists and guest curators have more say in shaping his gallery’s season
The Covington space's radical take on staging exhibitions gets its first test this Friday, when "Open Source" begins
Tags: Visual Arts
Collaborative Art Exhibit 'Companion Pieces' Opens at Camp Washington's Anytime Dept.
Cincinnati-based printmaker Breanne Trammel’s oversized stickers featuring the 1980s Mattel pink toy dog “Poochie for Girls” are part of the group show
The West End's Sew Valley is helping launch local sewing entrepreneurs and businesses
This new nonprofit business, located in a flag factory, offers specialized industrial sewing equipment and a sense of community
At her CAC-sponsored shows this week, Kate McIntosh literally puts art in the audiences' hands
Give this Belgium-based artist a hand and she'll use it in her interactive performance/theater piece
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