Art After Dark: Tormented Souls
Oct
25
5:00 PM17:00

Art After Dark: Tormented Souls

Join CAM for a night of spooky fun as they celebrate Halloween and special exhibition Treasures of the Spanish World. Enjoy music from Andres Bautista DJ AB, dance performances from Pones, food for purchase, specialty cocktails, docent-led tours with Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, planet and star gazing with Cincinnati Observatory and free admission to special exhibitions. #artafterdarkcincy

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Rhinegeist Halloween Party
Oct
25
to Oct 26

Rhinegeist Halloween Party

Join Rhinegeist on Friday, October 25th for the annual Rhinegeist Halloween party! Conjure up your scariest, most hilarious, or most clever costumes. DJ Matty “the Joker” Joy + DJ SKG will be spinning spooky tunes from 8pm-close, and the photo booth will be going from 8pm-12am. Costume contest starts at 9pm.

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Cincinnati
Oct
26
9:00 AM09:00

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Cincinnati

Nearly 250,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. That could be your mother, sister, daughter, your wife, or even you. The American Cancer Society is holding Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks so anyone touched by breast cancer won't have to face their diagnosis alone. They do it to raise awareness and money to fund research, support services, and early detection. They hold Making Strides events to save lives.

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Big Gay Craft Fair
Oct
26
12:00 PM12:00

Big Gay Craft Fair

This is a Craft Fair for EVERYONE! Come one come all! This is a family friendly event with LGBTQ and ALLIES vendors. A list of vendors is coming soon! This will be an amazing indoor and FREE event! Just in time to do some early Holiday shopping!

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Celebrating Our Struggles
Nov
2
to Dec 7

Celebrating Our Struggles

  • Women Writing for (a) Change (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Strengthen your spiritual core while exploring the power of self-care. This six-week class invites you on a journey to a greater sense of purpose and self-worth. Using Women Writing for (a) Change® practices, they will focus on writing both during and outside of class as a means of discovery and affirmation of who we, as individuals, truly are. Join Women Writing for (a) Change as they learn to locate the sacred in all that life brings.

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Nov
22
6:00 PM18:00

Secret ArtWorks Under the Stars

Secret ArtWorks, Cincinnati’s favorite unique, unexpected and unbelievable fundraiser will take place at the Music Hall Ballroom on Friday, November 22, 2019! This year they’re doing it BIG, planning a night Under the Stars, and they want you there.

The shining star of the event is art, and they’ll have a galaxy full of unique pieces for guests to choose as their very own. But there’s an exciting twist-- each piece is a secret! You won’t know the artist’s identity, until after you select your masterpiece. Each “secret” supports artists, art, and youth in the community and helps ArtWorks continue their mission of transforming people and places through investments in creativity.

The evening will feature out-of-this-world dining, drinks and dancing and spectacular interactive activities: bourbon & wine toss, silent auction, a galaxy candy station and more!

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Dreamscapes
Dec
19
7:00 PM19:00

Dreamscapes

  • Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Reality or Fantasy? Salon 21 invites audiences to experience a musical meditation on the nature of dreams, both abandoned and actualized with mezzo-soprano Lauren McAllister and pianist Stephen Variames. The program will feature pieces by Robert Schumann, Jake Heggie, and a premiere by Variames himself. Schumann’s setting of Queen Mary Stuart’s heartfelt words speaks to the dreams she held for her homeland, her family, and her soul. Variames offers an exploration of texts by Edgar Allen Poe. The night will close with Heggie’s Into the Fire, which offers a glimpse into the life of brilliant sculptor Camille Claudel and her tumultuous relationship with her lover and fellow sculptor, Auguste Rodin.

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SPARKS! A Workshop for Generating New Poems
Oct
19
1:00 PM13:00

SPARKS! A Workshop for Generating New Poems

$50 - Registration required
A few years ago, Maureen Morehead, a faculty member in Spalding University's low-residency MFA program for Creative Writing, discovered the benefits of having MFA students spend workshop time generating new work. A believer in Kenneth Koch's technique of using great writers' poems as models for prompts, Morehead creates flexible prompts that emphasize often overlooked connections between reading poems and writing them. By the end of this three-hour workshop, participants will have written at least three drafts of new poems, revised one, and shared with everyone as many as time permits.

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 National Period Day Rally
Oct
19
12:00 PM12:00

National Period Day Rally

  • National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

On October 19, 2019, Period. Inc. and Voices United for Women will rally for NATIONAL PERIOD DAY -- elevating the issue of period poverty and demanding real change to making period products more accessible for all and ending the #TamponTax. This is an inclusive rally! Whether you menstruate or not, EVERYONE is welcome. Bring all your family and friends! Bring posters! Wear red!

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 Maureen Morehead (Kentucky Poet Laureate 2011-2012) at Women Writing for (a) Change!
Oct
18
7:30 PM19:30

Maureen Morehead (Kentucky Poet Laureate 2011-2012) at Women Writing for (a) Change!

Free Talk/Reading - Why Poetry Matters
Maureen Morehead will discuss why poetry matters in today's world, not only for K-12 but for all members of society. She will read from her recent books The Melancholy Teacher, Late August Blues: The Daylily Poems, and The Red Gate, all from Larkspur Press, Monterey, KY.

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The Carnegie's Art of She & "Girl Power"
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

The Carnegie's Art of She & "Girl Power"

Now in its fourth year, the ART OF SHE has been groundbreaking! Together with participants, Pendleton Street Photography raised their glasses, forks, and voices to raise funds in support of the exhibitions in The Carnegie Galleries! ART OF SHE brings together the community to champion women artists and leaders at unique and intimate events.

Join fellow SHE members on October 17th for “Girl Power” with Yudith Vargas Riveron and Osy Milian of Havana at the first signature event of the season. In partnership with Bridges Not Walls, a Cuban and American art exchange project, attendees will enjoy Cuban-inspired cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and an intimate discussion with Vargas Riveron and Milian. Pieces from “Girl Power” will be available for purchase at the event. RSVP with payment by October 11th.

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Art in Bloom at the Cincinnati Art Museum
Oct
17
to Oct 20

Art in Bloom at the Cincinnati Art Museum

The theme for Art in Bloom 2019 is LIGHT!

Over four days, experience the beauty of glorious fresh flowers paired with the Cincinnati Art Museum’s fine art collection. Take part in many and varied special events, family friendly activities, docent-led tours, plus conversations and demonstrations by curators and floral arrangers.

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Market BLEU | Fall Quarter
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Market BLEU | Fall Quarter

Market Bleu is a quarterly event that allows artisans and artists to showcase and sell their products in the opulent settings of the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. Enjoy a drink while shopping some of the regions most unique handmade products.

Admission is FREE for all guests.

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BLINK
Oct
10
to Oct 13

BLINK

The 2019 edition of BLINK® | illuminated by ArtsWave returns with four nights of interactive art transforming 30+ city blocks and stretching from Cincinnati’s Findlay Market neighborhood to the Kentucky River Banks.

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WASTEd and the City
Oct
9
6:00 PM18:00

WASTEd and the City

  • First Lutheran Church Cincinnati (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

La Soupe is so excited to announce that their second annual signature fundraiser, WASTEd and the CITY is BACK! This year, Tuesday October 1, diners will be treated to over 20 restaurants that will turn the weeks overages from La Soupe into delicious tapas. Roam to the hot spots in OTR and Downtown, all for one price that will benefit La Soupe’s future move to Walnut Hills.

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Night Carnival
Oct
5
8:00 PM20:00

Night Carnival

Come one, come all to the Night Carnival in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County! You won't believe your eyes as you wander among the unforgettable attractions including the Living Mermaid, Mystical Fortune Teller, and the Sideshow Main Stage. Gourmet Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Frankfurters, and Craft Beer will tempt your taste buds. Fabulous prizes can be won by those lucky or skillful enough to beat a collection of challenging games. Register today to get in on the fun and join Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County in Defending the Potential of children in the community!

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 Homages
Oct
3
7:00 PM19:00

Homages

  • Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Salon 21 opens the sixth season with an ode to the creative muses. Homages is an exploration of artistic inspiration. What were the forces that made such composers truly great? For J.S. Bach, this was his older brothers who taught him music, and for whom the Capriccio on the Departure of a Beloved Brother was written. Clara Schumann’s Sonata in G minor was dedicated to her beloved husband, Robert. Beethoven’s penultimate and powerful Sonata in A-flat Major, op. 110 offers a musical memoir of his life bringing forth a tale of despair and triumph.

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Climate Change/Cincinnati
Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Climate Change/Cincinnati

In partnership with The University of Cincinnati’s Center for Public Engagement with Science, the 2019 Science & Nature Lecture is a three-part series focusing on climate change, how it affects Greater Cincinnati, and you. The series features local, regional, and national experts.

Thursday, October 3: Climate Change and Cincinnati Life

Nicole Gunderson, Director of Education, Gorman Heritage Farm Oliver Kroner, Sustainability Coordinator, City Of Cincinnati Government

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October Thirsty Thursday - Monthly Wine Flight Kick Off
Oct
3
4:00 PM16:00

October Thirsty Thursday - Monthly Wine Flight Kick Off

The Listing Loon is excited to announce their October monthly wine flight feature: We Love French Ladies!

October is Women's Small Business Month and they decided to celebrate by featuring four French wines, all produced by women winemakers. The wines will be available throughout the entire month of October by the flight, glass pour, and bottle here at The Listing Loon, a lady-owned local business.

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Sunset Salons: Ghost Stories
Oct
2
6:00 PM18:00

Sunset Salons: Ghost Stories

Come for tales of Cincinnati’s haunted history, and bring your own stories of things that go bump in the night! Hear about boo-zy beer barons that haven’t let death stop their OTR parties, gauzy maidens that haunt gothic churches in Northside and spinster librarians that still shush their long-dead patrons. These local haunts are just what you need to keep your spirits up.

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12th Annual Celebrating Our Beloved Community: ROOTED
Sep
26
5:30 PM17:30

12th Annual Celebrating Our Beloved Community: ROOTED

Each year at this event, Over-the-Rhine Community Housing seeks a different “lens” through which to view Over-the-Rhine. This year they’re excited to share their theme: Rooted, through which they will explore the importance of the organization's roots and the roots of people and businesses who have called OTR home for generations. People and businesses will share the stories of being rooted in such a vibrant and diverse neighborhood and organization.Over-the-Rhine Community Housing will present the ‘Building Our Beloved Community’ awards to partners who have played a significant role in helping them achieve their vision of quality stable housing for all in a socially, racially, and economically inclusive community. This year they will honor Peaslee Neighborhood Center, the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition, and Bonnie Neumeier.

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Sunrise with Soteni
Sep
26
8:00 AM08:00

Sunrise with Soteni

Come together as one village; as one community from Cincinnati to Kenya, working together to fight HIV/AIDs.

Join SOTENI International to learn more about how you can get involved in SOTENI International’s life-transforming work in Kenya. With help from supporters like you, SOTENI is serving thousands of people living with HIV/AIDs in rural Kenya with emotional, social & educational support, a health clinic, library & resource center, and access to basic needs, like clean water.

This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome! Light breakfast included.

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Shine the Light to End Sexual Violence
Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Shine the Light to End Sexual Violence

You're invited to OAESV's 5th Annual Shine the Light to End Sexual Violence! This signature fundraising event celebrates the work that OAESV and their partners across Ohio do together-work that moves them toward realizing their shared vision of an Ohio free from sexual violence. They invite you to embrace your voice by supporting their work in lifting up survivors and preventing sexual violence!

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2019 Fall Retreat: As the Tides, As the Moon: Finding Our Vibrancy in the Still Points
Sep
15
to Sep 18

2019 Fall Retreat: As the Tides, As the Moon: Finding Our Vibrancy in the Still Points

  • Transfiguration Spirituality Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

What happens when we are like the tides, the moons – when we are present and accept who we are just as we are? What vibrancy do we find within nature and ourselves? Join other writers at peaceful Transfiguration Spirituality Center in Glendale, Ohio and explore ways to settle into your own stillness as the tides, as the moon do.

Through a blended schedule of structured and free time – alone and in community - explore ways to reconnect to the intuitive wisdom and gentle companionship of nature.

Mornings will allow for free individual writing, afternoons for small groups, and evenings for large group activities and readings. This retreat offers ample time for writing, walking, art-making, dreaming, and resting. This is an opportunity to go deeply into your writing, to start a new writing project, or to invite writing as a way to rediscover the vibrancy that already lives within you. Facilitated by Janie Baer and Lisa Rocklin.

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 Made It! Hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati & The Social Enterprise Alliance
Sep
14
4:00 PM16:00

Made It! Hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati & The Social Enterprise Alliance

Join Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati & The Social Enterprise Alliance for Made It! Explore the Made It! Market and shop from local artists & socially conscious businesses, view the upcycled functional furniture created by local crafters at the Made It! Crafter Competition and vote on your favorite to win the "People's Choice Award", and watch our Master Crafters create a beautiful piece of art throughout the day.

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Entanglement: Memory
Sep
13
8:00 PM20:00

Entanglement: Memory

Entanglement is a group that explores our surprisingly complex relationships to the commonplace. Through a mix of story telling, sketches, and performance art, they deconstruct the everyday things people take for granted. Alternating between the emotionally vulnerable, surreal, and cerebral, they show that ordinary things are seldom as simple as we assume.

In this show, they examine memory — how it feels to remember, how memories shape our sense of self, and how we cling to memories that are long gone. And they’ll make you question: can your memory of the show be trusted?

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Opening Reception: Fiber IS Art
Sep
13
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: Fiber IS Art

Local and regional members of the international Studio Art Quilt Associates join members of the Weavers Guild of Greater Cincinnati to present an exhibition which concludes that Fiber is Art. Manipulating a variety of materials consisting of natural or synthetic fibers, these artists create works that encompass emotion, sensory experiences, and beauty in the application of human creativity and imagination.

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