Local Broadway stars Pamela Myers and Jessica Hendy are ready to serve up some Sondheim and Lloyd Webber at the Kentucky Symphony. Rick Pender interviews the singers and conductor J.R. Cassidy to shed some light on what sets these musical theater giants apart from the pack and from each other.
Warning: This is not your mother’s art fair! An alternative art fair is breaking the mold with a new event aimed at tossing aside the tents and typical itinerary, in exchange for performance, art actions, experimental engagements and ephemeral works.
Two important instructions this week:
1) Contribute to ArtsWave today to help them reach their campaign goal of $12.6 million. The arts are absolutely key in making Cincinnati uniquely special.
2) Plan your weekend using our hand-picked events!
And if you need to look further ahead, check out the most comprehensive arts listings in the region at MoversMakers.org
Art therapy can enable unseen wounds to heal, revealing beauty in the process, say mental health experts at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Pieces of this beauty will be showcased at a gallery reception, “PEACe Framed,” featuring photography by young people who have faced a diverse range of mental health challenges.
The Cincinnati Colony of the Mayflower Society gave a collection of Mayflower “Silver Books” to the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County.
Make-A-Wish honored Western & Southern Financial Group at its annual Big Wish gala, for its long and generous history of support. A seven-year sponsor of the gala, Western & Southern has given more than $100,000 to Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana, granting 12 wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.