A Look at Bunk Spot Gallery's New Mural-Wrapped Northside Space with (DSGN)Cllctv

Pendleton artist collective and gallery Bunk Spot has a new home in Northside. And the space at 4148/4150 Hamilton Ave. is currently…

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Mural by Jibe Murals. Bunk Spot @bunk_news
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Inside The Lodge, an Arts Incubator Located in a Century-Old Masonic Temple in Dayton, Kentucky

The Lodge is located in a remodeled 9,000-square-foot Masonic Temple that is now bustling with artistic pursuits of all sorts. The conversion…

By CityBeat Staff

Exterior of The Lodge
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A Tour of Camp Washington, Cincinnati’s Up-and-Coming Arts and Culture Hub

Located just three miles north of downtown Cincinnati, Camp Washington, or “Camp,” as residents affectionately call it, is primarily an industrial neighborhood.…

By CityBeat Staff

Wave Pool
    2940 Colerain Ave., wavepoolgallery.org
    In 2014, Wave Pool, the community-driven, artist-led experimental art gallery, was one of the first generation of new artistic outposts to stake a claim in Camp. Situated in a repurposed firehouse, Wave Pool has become a burgeoning force for change and action in the small community. It also acts as a haven for artists-in-residence and niche exhibitions. Calcagno Cullen, executive director, says that was intentional. “Wave Pool’s mission is to pair community needs with artists’ sense of possibilities,” she says. The organization’s approach to navigating that intersection includes a Venn diagram of directives: experimental art, connecting community and creating change. Each directive comes with its own set of initiatives, ones that holistically fit both with one another and with a broader mission. 
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Everyone We Saw at Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra's Block-Tail Party at Branch

Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra kicked off their annual Summermusik festival with a "block-tail" party at Branch in East Walnut Hills on Aug. 1.…

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Everyone We Saw at Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra's Block-Tail Party at Branch
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A Sneak Peek at the Contemporary Arts Center 2020 Season

Downtown's Contemporary Arts Center has unveiled their upcoming end of 2019/start of 2020 exhibition and performing arts season. Here's the lowdown on…

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Jan. 29, 2020: Singulis et Simul
    Frédéric Nauczyciel — in co-presentation with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra — will bring Singulis et Simul to the Queen City as part of the Black Box performance series. A French artist, Nauczyciel combines photography, video and performance while drawing inspiration from dance, cinema and American photography. Part of the House of Hmu series, he invites the audience into vogue ballroom culture through his work.
    Photo: Provided by the CAC
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A Sneak Peak Inside the Former Masonic Lodge in East Price Hill Soon to Become a Community Performance Space

A long-vacant former Masonic Lodge designed by the firm of a famous Cincinnati architect in East Price Hill is about to get…

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Price Hill Harmonic's Ciara Foster plays "Ode to Joy" at a surprise performance inside the former Price Hill Masonic Lodge, which will host the music education nonprofit's performance space next year.
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Finding Good Theater in Summer

A perfect antidote to Cincinnati’s slower summer theater season can be found in Stratford, Ontario, about three hours by car from Detroit. Founded…

Cast of "Twelfth Night"
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In a Museum Very, Very Nearby

The Cincinnati Museum Center has always exhibited artifacts from a long time ago, but starting this week they’ll also have items from…

In a Museum Very, Very Nearby
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Positively Fourth Street

[image-9]For fashion aficionados looking to be inspired by new trends or the work of late great textile artists, you might think to…

Tony Tiemeyer's fashion collection is on display at the site of a former T.J. Maxx store.
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An Eye for Life

[image-2]For more than 60 years, C. Smith assembled the photo album of the city’s African-American experience. He created a visual history of…

An Eye for Life
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