Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum, in partnership with the Cincy Blues Society, is hosting its second Blues, Brews & BBQ festival. We have the line up detail right here, check them out!
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What to do/hear/see | July 12-18
This may be one of our more wide-ranging sets of events – from City Flea to Pets in Need, from Wash Park to Pyramid Hill, from “Magic Flute” to “Merry Wives” and openings at Manifest.
Throw in some WOW time (Friday’s Walk on Woodburn) and your week is suddenly quite full. You’re welcome!
ArtsWave inspires Tidal wave of creativity
At the the second annual ArtsWave Tidal: Arts x Tech more than 50 people spent the weekend brainstorming solutions to problems presented by local arts organizations. Two teams of coders, designers and digital strategists walked away with grants of $5,000 for the solutions they developed.
What to do, hear, see | April 12-18
Despite this being a relatively light week for events due to celebrations of Easter and Passover, we’ve found a few things worthy of your attention. Read on!
What to do, hear, see | Feb. 15-21
Whether you are young parents just wanting to get your kids exposed to creativity in action, or seasoned veterans daring to be challenged and moved, Cincinnati has something for you this coming week. Read on…
Cincinnati does the holidays
Whether you are up ‘to hear’ or ‘up to here,’ seasonal entertainment choices abound…
What to do, see and hear | Nov. 17-22
Another huge weekend here in Our Fair City, the last leading up to the even more frenetic, but quite different holiday season. Here are a few choice selections for your attending pleasure in the coming days…
Zombies, mummies will come to life in Pyramid Hill
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.
Pyramid Hill invites you to Eat for Art
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.