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A medallion for Philip Glass
Many of the power players of the arts in Cincinnati were present when the Cincinnati-based American Classical Music Hall of Fame presented composer Philip Glass with his medallion last Saturday night in Music Hall. Organizations, ensembles and individuals...
Posted: 10/7/2011 12:14 PM in Arts in Focus
iSpyArt 2.0: ArtsWave’s Popular App updates with More Sharing Features
CINCINNATI (September 30, 2011) – ArtsWave announced the release of an updated version of its innovative iSpyArt App, with new features for viewing the virtual gallery and sharing with Facebook and Twitter. iSpyArt gives people all over the world the...
Posted: 10/7/2011 11:54 AM in ArtsWave blogs
Photographer Fridays: The Queen City Project
The first time I met Adam and John they asked us if we delivered. We said sure we can bring it to you, where are you? They were next door at Alias Imaging! I took it over and saw a really cool space they had just moved into. They were taking pictures...
Posted: 10/7/2011 11:39 AM in My Life At Arnold's
Cincinnati artist wins ArtPrize International Juried Award
Shinji Turner Yamamoto has won the 2011 ArtPrize International Juried Award for his installation, DISAPPEARANCES – an eternal journey. The prize was announced last night in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The juror for the 2011 International Award is Nuit Banai,...
Posted: 10/7/2011 11:27 AM in Arts in Focus
Dance with "Pones in(c) Public" at Findlay Market on Saturday, October 8th
Cincinnati, OH – October 6, 2011 – ArtsWave and performance art group Pones, Inc. begin a new series of fun community arts activities, “Pones In(c) Public”, this Saturday, October 8th at Findlay Market from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. “Pones In(c) Public” will...
Posted: 10/7/2011 11:04 AM in ArtsWave blogs
“Ides” Producer Apologizes To Cincinnati
“Filmed on location in Michigan”??? The premiere audience Saturday buzzed when that line appeared at the end of “The Ides of March” credits. No mention of Ohio? Producer Grant Heslov — George Clooney’s collaborator and long-time business partner — apologizes...
Posted: 10/7/2011 9:27 AM in TV and Media Blog
Looking Different
Last night I got a chance to see the new photo exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center, Positive Exposure: The Spirit of Difference. The show presents the wonderfully compassionate and endearing work by former fashion photographer Rick Guidotti. Through...
Posted: 10/7/2011 9:09 AM in Cincinnati Art Snob
Why Ch 12 Aired Bengals Winning Drive Sunday
I thought the Bengals-Bills game last Sunday was blacked out here because Paul Brown Stadium was sold out. Not completely true. Despite the NFL black-out rule, Channel 12 viewers saw the Bengals final drive and game-winning field goal live when CBS switched...
Posted: 10/7/2011 9:04 AM in TV and Media Blog
The Lover’s Dictionary
It finally happened! David Levithan has written his first book for adults! The Lover’s Dictionary combines my love for the English language and and great storytelling in a beautifully written account of how a relationship progresses. Amid the countless...
Posted: 10/7/2011 8:28 AM in Off the Shelf @ CCPL
The Latest Survival Tools: The Curling Iron And The Evening Gown
Beauty Queens by Libba Bray begins with a plane crash that strands thirteen beauty pageant contestants from the “Miss Teen Dream” on a deserted island. Only the island really isn’t deserted. In a dormant volcano on the other side of the island lies the...
Posted: 10/7/2011 8:27 AM in Off the Shelf @ CCPL

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