The year 2021 has been one of mixed blessings – greater freedoms and safety tempered by fits and starts and continued uncertainty. Still, there were things to relish and things to be grateful for, and we asked some of those featured recently in M&M to share their “favorite things” about Our Fair City from the past year.
Reflect Cincy grant funding, powered by TJF, aims to spark new experiences and thinking around Jew-ish connection in Cincinnati for individuals and families who feel disconnected from current Jewish institutions.
In partnership with The Contemporary Arts Center, Cradle Cincinnati and Queens Village Cincinnati, “A Queen’s Liberation Story” is designed to give women/womxn the tools and knowledge to take ownership of their bodies, with a narrative that doesn’t shy away from reproductive health.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Jewish community life in Cincinnati. The Jewish community and the City of Cincinnati will commemorate this milestone through public celebrations, multi-generational programs and interactive experiences.
It’s a scene that feels grander than its surroundings: representatives from more than 50 faith-based organizations gathered together in one place for a common cause. The group is diverse. Collectively, they represent more than 14 world religions and as many backgrounds and cultures as there are individuals in attendance.
Ohio Heritage Fellowships are awarded in recognition of the significant impact an individual or group has had on the people and communities of the state through their advancement and preservation of the fold or traditional arts.
The Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati (AACAC) and local artist Anissa Pulcheon have partnered to launch the latest Cincinnati mural in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, an event that wraps up with a May 30 party that’s open to the public.