Tag: Cincinnati Landmark Productions

Culture FIX, May 29-June 4

Now that Memorial Day weekend is behind us, summer-oriented arts and culture seasons – from outdoor cinema to a farmers’ market to food festivals to art fairs to jazz series – are kicking off in earnest. Let’s take a look at the week’s highlights.

Culture FIX: April 17-23

What a week. From Carole King to ceramics to fairy tales, take your pick from an eclectic collection of culture offerings. High points include a CCM master class offered by CSO violinist Augustin Hadelich or a fantastical, horrific look at the potential of technology. Or check out the first City Flea of the year, Spring Vintage Market, in Norwood.

Culture FIX: Jan. 24-30

If this week’s culture agenda doesn’t get you off the couch, nothing will. Visual art takes a commanding lead with a bevy of exhibit openings. If music is your gig, the CSO plays a crowd-pleasing program of Mozart favorites (no, there won’t be “too many notes”), while Christ Church Cathedral music tunes up, again, after their busy holiday season. Enjoy!

Culture FIX: Oct 11-17

Autumn is upon us. The stunning colors and the crisp air invite us to get out and enjoy the season leading up to a gorgeous Hunter’s moon at the end of the month. Outdoor fun is winding down, but there are a lot of warm and cozy things to do inside this week. The CSO has fired back up and there are some interesting movies on tap. And, there’s sauerkraut. Enjoy plentiful theater and jazz as the Queen City falls headlong into, well, Fall.

Culture FIX: Aug. 16-22

You’d think mid-August would bring a huge lull to Culture FIX. But summer arts series are still in high gear, new art exhibits are opening, and even some “fall” seasons are underway. There’s lots to do!

Culture FIX: May 31-June 6

Patrons of Summerfair Cincinnati walk the grounds of Coney Island

Good golly, Miss Molly, what a week we have ahead. Plenty of al fresco music is on the menu, with a couple sides of outdoor film, plus flavors for every taste, even “Tutti Frutti.”

Culture FIX: April 19-25

This week encompasses the full spectrum, from cultural events about our history to contemporary dance, from al fresco art and music to a trio of film events (one celebrating the outdoors), two powerful examples of Iranian artists standing up to fundamentalist oppression, an exploration of what financially divides us, new and traditional theater, art from around the nation, plus with a variety of music that illustrates our shared humanity. There’s a lot to take in.