Tag: Behringer-Crawford Museum

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 22-28

After you overindulge tomorrow, do yourself a huge favor and skip the shopping until some saner, later date in the coming weeks. Instead, treat you and yours to some outstanding experiences throughout the weekend and beyond.

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 8-14

More music and visual art on the horizon than we can even list here, plus the beginning of the holiday event onslaught. Time to exercise your ears and eyes and prepare yourself for the quickening pace ahead. See what the week ahead has in store for you.

Art enthusiasts can add to their collections at freshART

“Painterly Desert” by Wolfgang Ritschel

Art enthusiasts looking to acquire original works by prominent or new local artists will have scores of opportunities at Behringer-Crawford Museum’s 25th annual freshART gala. More than two dozen artists have signed on to participate in the event, creating one-of-a-kind pieces en plein air (in fresh air) in Devou Park.

“Korea: The Forgotten War” tells the soldiers’ stories

Ed Kleir

Ken Harper was sitting in economics classic at the University of Kentucky Community College just after Christmas vacation in 1951 when a classmate walked in and said, “I got my draft papers.” When class ended, Harper walked down the street and joined the Air Force. When he arrived home that afternoon, his own draft papers were in the mailbox…

What to do/hear/see | Aug. 2-8

The fun thing about Cincinnati’s so-called off season is that surprises emerge around the fringes of mainstream. This is one of those weeks, so take advantage and explore something new. This is the new Cincinnati, and I like it! Enjoy!

What to do/hear/see | July 12-18

"Mama, Mummy and Mamma," 2014, acrylic, colored pencils, charcoal, and transfers on paper. Courtesy The New Church Museum, Cape Town

This may be one of our more wide-ranging sets of events – from City Flea to Pets in Need, from Wash Park to Pyramid Hill, from “Magic Flute” to “Merry Wives” and openings at Manifest.
Throw in some WOW time (Friday’s Walk on Woodburn) and your week is suddenly quite full. You’re welcome!