Centered on Vincent van Gogh’s “Undergrowth with Two Figures,” the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new exhibition, “Van Gogh: Into the Undergrowth,” will take visitors up close with celebrated landscapes.
You do not want to be caught (un)dead missing this ghoulish gathering. The 2016 Zombie Ball, Dance of the Undead, is coming back to life for a second year of eerie entertainment, killer costumes and lively libations.
FotoFocus, the region-wide, biennial celebration of lens-based art, returns this month. The theme for 2016 is “Photography – The Undocument,” examining the extent to which photography and videography capture or distort/mask reality. Though national and international talent will be showcased throughout the month, Movers & Makers has focused on five local lens-based artists with solo shows and their approach to this year’s theme.
Award-winning artist/poet Annie Ruth and the Cincinnati Arts Association are hosting “Dada Rafiki: I see you sister,” a multicultural celebration of music, dance and song.
What is Eat for Art? It’s cocktails. It’s dinners. It’s parties. It’s multiple events across multiple dates and locations, all for the benefit of Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum. And you may attend as many as you wish.