Eric Ruschman: "If Anything Happens, You Are My Constant" at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center

Video by Dania Eliot

'Something for Everyone' at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, 1028 Scott Boulevard, Covington, KY.  Featuring art by Erik Ruschman, Ken Auerbach, Ken Page, Jessica Grace Bechtel and New Perceptions.  Through Nov. 25, 2009.


Video Journalism: Interview with Ximena Flores

Video by Dania Eliot


'Pairs Well With' at the Aisle Gallery

Video by Dania Eliot

Matt Morris, 'Paris Well With' at the Aisle Gallery, 424 Findlay Street 3rd Floor, Cincinnati, OH. Through Dec. 20.
There will be an artist talk from 1-3pm Saturday, November 21 on location in the Aisle Gallery.


One-year Anniversary Celebration (and Survey!)

Come celebrate our one-year anniversary at our 'Talk and Quaff' the first Friday of December (12/4) from 5:30-8pm kindly hosted by the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff Center for the Arts.  Introduce yourselves to the writers, meet artists, curators and gallerists, and learn of the future vision of the journal.  Wine provided by the Weston Art Gallery; we will also provide hors d'Ĺ“uvres, music (Gavin Richardson) and a brief speech at 7pm by Daniel Brown.  $15 Donation requested.
*Please note that the donation amount is a suggestion; any amount is appreciated. It has been a tough year financially for many people, and we do not wish to deter anyone. Most important for us is for people to come by and meet each other.

Also, please click here to take our ten-question survey!


'Chasing the Whale' at Gallerie Zaum and Marathon reading

‘Chasing the Whale’ is an exhibition in which several artists interpret Melville’s Moby Dick, beloved for its psychological and spiritual symbolism.
Danielle Wallace’s Moby-Dick Tea Set, 2009 features a large central, grey/whitish teapot (the whale) surrounded by warmly colored mugs (the seamen). It pours its essence (the tea) into the mugs (the humans; one is even crippled, as per Ahab). This is the idea of the whale as Self, or essence, cleverly employed and beautifully executed (only one white mug seems out of place).


Paul Coors, 'Before I Start Singing' at Semantics Art Gallery

Video by Dania Eliot

Paul Coors, 'Before I Start Singing' showed recently at the Semantics Art Gallery, 1107 Harrison Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45214. Saturdays or by appointment 513-207-5262.  October, 2009.
For the exhibition description on Facebook, click here.