Category: Features

To draw is to see

Jason Franz, founder and executive director of The Manifest Center for the Visual Arts (Photo by Alexandra Franz)

As a kid, Jason Franz wanted to be an artist. “But … I had it in my mind that if you were going to be an artist, you have to model nude for one another in art school. And I was dead set against being naked in front of anybody.”

Public Relations tips from the pros

At last summer’s Unplug and Play event at TQL Stadium: OneSource CEO Christie Brown, FC Cincinnati Foundation Executive Director Kate Solomon, reporter Clancy Burke of Local 12 with Alyson Best

When we learned that two of our favorite public relations managers in the nonprofit sector were stepping aside to try something new, we saw an opportunity for them to share some perspective and pointers. Ann Stewart and Alyson Best have provided a level of excellence that we in the publishing industry value most highly.

The fantastical world of Thomas Hieronymus Towhey

Thoms Towhey, “Bastard and Bitches” 2000, 44”x60,” oil on canvas

His colorful images are complex, yet carry the viewer to a deep and secret world that begs to be discovered, and in which many recognizable elements connect to nature, to living beings, and to fragments of his subconscious. The result is magical and surrealistic.