Weekend Picks | Nov. 4-6

The autumn arts and fundraising scene is in full swing. And with so many great events coming up, narrowing this installment of “Weekend Picks” has been pretty tough. There are plenty more from which to choose in our A/C Calendar and Datebook. Enjoy!


Autumn Air Art Fair & Tiger Lily Press Print Sale | Clifton Cultural Arts Center

Nov. 5, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. • 3711 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220

Tiger Lily Press linocut

Tiger Lily Press artist creating a linocut.

With only seven weeks until Christmas, this may be the right time to look for unique gifts to surprise those who have everything.

The CCAC will be jammed with artworks Saturday, with not one, but two art sales. The Autumn Art Fair, established by artists to support future artists, includes works by more than 50 area creatives – paintings, fiber art, jewelry, glass and wood. Proceeds go to scholarships at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

The annual sale by Tiger Lily Press offers original etchings, screen prints, woodblocks, collagraphs, lithographs, and linocuts – framed and unframed. All prints are limited edition, hand-made by exhibiting artists. Also available is Tiger Lily’s 2017 fundraising calendar, a biennial offering of 12 unique prints available for $45. We at Movers & Makers are proud owners of the 2015 edition, which (although at times a bit confusing!) still adorns our kitchen wall.

RSVP at Tiger Lily Press Facebook event page

→ For similar events check out our Arts / Culture Calendar: Visual Art


Rachmaninoff “All-Night Vigil,” Op. 37 | College-Conservatory of Music

Nov. 6, 3 p.m. • Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption • 1140 Madison Ave., Covington, KY 41011

A rare opportunity to hear this gorgeous work, otherworldly in atmosphere and singular in its beauty. Even more scarce are the bass voices able to traverse its depths, but conductor and CCM choral department head Earl Rivers has made sure this performance has them. Rivers considers this one of his best-ever Chamber Choirs, and that’s saying something. Plus, the unique beauty of the Basilica is always worth a visit.

RSVP at the Facebook event page

→ For similar events check out our Art / Culture Calendar: Music

Charles Pettitt in the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s production of The Second City’s Holidazed & Confused Revue.

Charles Pettitt in the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s production of The Second City’s Holidazed & Confused Revue.


Second City’s “Holidazed & Confused Revue” | Playhouse in the Park

Nov. 5-Dec. 31 • Thompson Shelterhouse • 962 Mt. Adams Circle, Cincinnati, OH 45202

The Playhouse brings us an early present this year, care of Chicago’s legendary Second City, training ground for dozens of comedy stars for more than 50 years. Hilarity ensues throughout in this equal-opportunity send-up of everyone’s favorite December holidays. Get your tickets early!

Get tickets here.

→ For similar events check out our Arts / Culture Calendar: Theater


“OutReels” 5th Annual Film Festival | Cincinnati Film Society

Nov. 4-6 • Warsaw Federal Incline Theater • 801 Matson Pl, Cincinnati, OH 45204

The LGBTQ film festival of Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati is a fascinating mix of features and film shorts exploring issues surrounding sexual diversity, gender identity and inclusion. Get a taste for what it’s all about with some of the films’ trailers.

RSVP at the Facebook event page

→ For similar events see our Arts / Culture Calendar: Film 


Empty Bowls | Clay Alliance

Nov. 6, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1:30-3 p.m. • Bell Event Centre • 444 Reading Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45202

This is no ordinary fundraiser. This partnership between the American Culinary Federation and the Clay Alliance benefits Freestore Foodbank’s Kids Cafe. Not only do you get to sample a wonderful meal, you can choose from an array of original handmade bowls, enjoy live music and watch a pottery-making demonstration. A great opportunity to introduce your little ones to the joy of philanthropy.

Get tickets here.

→ For more opportunities like this, check out our Fundraising / Volunteering Datebook

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