Located in Covington, KY, Baker Hunt offers a variety of art and craft classes, workshops and lectures for all ages and levels including drawing, painting, ceramics, quilting, photography, and mosaics.
A fine arts school that offers education in the arts, music, and dance for children and adults of all ages and abilities serving Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southwest Indiana. Programs include Musik Kids, Touchstone Violin Project, Midwest Modern Music School, Wyoming Dance Center, and a variety of camps.
A professional association for theatre educators. Includes the International Thespian Society for high school theatre and Junior Thespians for middle school theatre. Offers thespian festivals, professional development, and events.
Works to encourage painters at all skill levels and to promote interest, appreciation, and enjoyment of watermedia. Offers workshops, guest speakers/artists, critique of art work, art exhibits, and annual art show.
Provides performing arts programs in support of arts education and community development. Programs include Books Alive! For Kids, INSTEP arts education programs, and the Kroger Snap Your Neighborhood Photo Exhibition.
A multidisciplinary arts venue that provides events, educational programs, and art exhibitions to the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati communities. Housed in a 1905 Carnegie library, its facilities include five art galleries, a newly renovated turn-of-the-century theatre, and an education center.
A multi-venue facility, composed of the historical Clifton School and the adjacent McDonald Estate Carriage House, that presents a wide range of arts activities for all ages. Site offers information on programming, news and events, and opportunities for support and involvement.
Showcases regional artists, galleries, art associations, creative businesses, and technology enterprises in Covington, Kentucky. Includes a community calendar listing all of Covington's art and cultural events.
Consists of 100+ visual and performing artists, and arts organizations. Sponsors the Essex Studios Art Walks, in which all of the art studios are open for the general public to walk through on select weekends throughout the year, as well as several community and educational outreach programs throughout the Greater Cincinnati Area.
Provides classes and projects that build art awareness, sharpen basic art skills, and ignite creative energy in children and adults. Offers traveling programs to schools, community centers, children's groups, and farmer's markets. Also offers outreach programs that include the Happen's Toy Lab.
Provides its member companies and individual members with education, resources, and services to enhance the quality and exposure of the theatre community and help increase community awareness, attendance and involvement to promote quality and frequencey of theatre in Cincinnati.
Organization dedicated to educating, entertaining, and conserving the Scottish Culture through the Scottish Arts. Sponsors the annual Cincinnati Highland Dance Competition, performs for local civic organizations and churches, and offers educational scholarships.
This nonprofit performing arts association presents a variety of dance performances each year under its mission of providing diverse and innovative productions with professional and pre-professional dancers.
A non-profit corporation that provides pre-professional classical ballet training and performance program, engaging children’s curriculum, creative dance for 3 and 4 year olds, jazz and musical theater repertoire, and adult ballet classes.
Established in 1994 as a professional African dance company, the Bi-Okoto Drum & Dance Theatre is now a nonprofit multicultural performing arts organization. The company’s mission is to preserve traditional African drum and dance heritage and promote cultural understanding by educating audiences of all ages about African countries.
Dedicated to the preservation of historic ballroom dance by staging social dances with the music, costuming, and etiquette that were a part of American ballrooms from 1800 to 1950. Offers weekly dance classes, elegant balls, workshops, and summer dance weeks.
The McGing School of Irish Dance offers classes to boys and girls, men and women ages 5 and above. The dancers perform at local hospitals, charities and schools and compete in local, regional, national and world Irish dance competitions.
The CCM Dance Division is a professional ballet school that stages many performances each season, including three annual concerts, the Ballet Ensemble’s presentations of works by faculty and guest choreographers, and the student Choreographers’ Showcase.
Screens live-action and animated shorts, American Independent and documentary films that typically don't make it to mainstream theaters. Provides upcoming events, ticket information, and venues. Collaborates with other local organizations to provide motion pictures that explore the human condition and celebrate diversity.
The Weston Gallery, located within the Aronoff Center for the Arts, promotes local and regional artists through exhibitions, gallery talks, and creative education workshops. The site showcases works from current and past exhibitions through an image archive searchable by artist, title, or date.
The five Carnegie Galleries, housed in a 1905 Carnegie library in Covington, Kentucky, exhibit local and regional artists working in styles ranging from cutting-edge contemporary to primitive folk art.
Use this site to get information about the Cincinnati History Museum, the Cinergy Children’s Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science, the Robert D. Lindner Family Omnimax Theatre, and the Cincinnati History Society, all of which are housed under one roof at historic Union Terminal.
Through exhibits, programs, interactive media, and live performances, the Freedom Center educates the public about the struggle to abolish slavery and showcases the efforts of modern day heroes from around the world.
A 265-acre outdoor museum focusing on monumental pieces of sculpture in an environment of meadows, forests, and gardens in Hamilton, Ohio. Featured is a 10,000 square foot "Ancient Sculpture Museum" displaying Roman, Egyptian, Greek and Etruscan sculpture thousands of years old. Offers seven lakes, hiking trails, concerts, events for children, and an annual art fair.
Supports emerging and established artists with an emphasis on the local arts community by creating exhibitions and programs that help cultivate artists. Includes workshops, events, and juried exhibitions.
The Carnegie Center, located in Covington, Kentucky, hosts a wide variety of performances, including comedy, lectures, and films, in the beautiful Otto M. Budig Theatre, a renovated Carnegie library auditorium.
This interactive website celebrates the history of Cincinnatians in the field of entertainment. Tour the collections, exhibits, artifacts, and memorabilia that reveal treasures from the fields of music, film & television, sports, and other entertainment arts.
A unique arts and culture community engagement project that encourages Greater Cincinnati residents to see the region through their eyes by submitting photos that capture the essence of their neighbors, neighborhoods and communities. Includes contest rules, fact sheet and past winners.
CPI is an organization of local playwrights, directors, and actors devoted to bringing new plays by local playwrights to the Cincinnati stage. Catch their stage readings and workshops at the Aronoff Center for the Arts, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, and other great venues.
Presents thought-provoking entertainment that engages a diverse audience in a variety of locations throughout the Tri-State area. Provides artistic opportunities for multicultural and contemporary programming.
The resident drama group of the Fitton Center was formed to present diverse theater created by a semi-professional staff of directors, designers, and actors. Each season the company offers four productions ranging from world premiere plays to musical comedies.
Professional puppet theatre concentrating on young audiences with a repertoire of comic-absurd and original fairytale performances. Performances are offered at a variety of venues and are often collaborative with other performing arts groups. Offers educational programs, workshops, and residencies.
A National Historical Landmark and the nation's last, original, and intact showboat, the Showboat Majestic is a professional summer stock theatre. Provides information about the shows, day camp, and history.