Tag: Contemporary Arts Center

‘Whiz kid’ Brett Stover’s next venture

It’s tempting to call Brett Stover a whiz kid. I realize that may seem a curious choice of words to describe a man of 56. But if you’ve ever met Stover, you know what I mean. There is nothing about him that remotely jibes with his age. Nothing, that is, other than the smarts that he brings to the table.

What to Do/Hear/See | Feb. 19-25

It’s not officially spring for another month, but you won’t be able to convince the daffodils. Their leaves already have sprouted several inches. It seems that some of our arts organizations are following the same schedule…

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 20-26

As an ongoing feast for the soul, there’s plenty in the Queen City’s arts and culture worlds for which we should be deeply grateful. Take a moment to appreciate the bounty surrounding us. Now go forth and enjoy it. Here’s a small tasting plate to get you started.

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 6-12

This week is another monster, with a widely diverse array of choices ahead.
Get yourself out and experience all this city has to offer. And take a friend, someone new to experience whatever you’d like to share. Who knows? You might make a convert.

What to Do/Hear/See | Oct. 23-29

While the prominent disciplines may have changed this week, there’s nearly as much to experience this weekend as last – i.e., unfortunately too much for you to experience everything. You’ll no doubt need some input to help winnow your prospects, so read on for our expert assistance.

MUST-SEE: Visual Arts, Fall 2019

From “Treasures of the Spanish World” at the Cincinnati Art Museum: El Greco, “The Penitent Saint Jerome,” circa 1600, oil on canvas, courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New York

The exciting art offerings for this fall feature both historically famous artwork and the creative output of our own homegrown talent. Happy gallery hopping, all! Contemporary Arts Center  Robert Colescott: ‘Art and Race Matters’ Robert Colescott will open the CAC…