“Snapshot” is a part of the larger exhibit, Life: Gillian Wearing, and can be viewed and admired now through Dec. 30 at the Cincinnati Art Museum. In this portion of her exhibit, visual artist Gillian Wearing has created a multi-screen video piece that includes ideas of memory, identity, and photographic imagery.Read More
Do you believe in equality of genders? Cool, then you’re a feminist.
Do you prefer the Urban Dictionary definition of a feminist instead? Okay, maybe you’re not one.
But I say “maybe” because I don’t really know you, and I don’t want to make a blanket assumption. I get frustrated by blanket assumptions, especially those related to the topics of gender equality, women’s rights, and the people who believe in those things.Read More
Most people will say that it is okay to live with uncertainty, but Stephanie Wittels Wachs made me realize in her novel, Everything is Horrible and Wonderful: A Tragicomic Memoir of Genius, Heroin, Love, and Loss, that it is better to acknowledge the pain than to hide it.Read More
BombASSbabes is a mini-series celebrating the tenacious broads of Cincinnati. The short films explore a sundry of hobbies, skills, and enthusiasms women choose to pour their creative energy into. Session 6 features Danielle, a lifelong artist who, for the past 10 years, has used pole dancing as a way to tap into strength, expression, and sensuality.Read More
Over the last week, our team ventured out to teach the community about advocacy, learn about funding for filmmaking, and meet more incredible people in our community. Keep reading to hear more about the events!Read More
The main thing I took away from meeting with Renee Webeler is her love for her family and community. Her family’s warmth is shared even with strangers, displayed as soon as I pulled up to meet her at the greenhouse during a particularly nasty downpour and her husband raced out to escort me in. The humidity and technicolor of the lush greenhouse is almost transcendent; I forget I’m even in Cincinnati.Read More
The “I Love Me” Women’s Empowerment Conference was truly empowering indeed. So often women can forget or sideline loving themselves because they are so busy caring and loving others. This empowerment event focused primarily on reclaiming that love.Read More
Form a successful collaboration with other powerful women and change the game – phenomenally.Read More
Lyndsey Scott has led a successful modeling career with famous designers such as Calvin Klein, Prada, Louis Vuitton – notably known for her walk down the runway as a Victoria’s Secret angel. Without question, society has accepted all of the grand feats that Scott has accomplished in the modeling industry, but there is one skill set she has that many just can’t seem to grapple.Read More
I first met Yashira at the Women’s March, when I was a young, nervous intern dealing with the stress of interrupting random people chanting in our city streets. Yashira was the experienced photographer to balance out my sketchy interviewing skills, and together, we bonded over our first Women’s March experience and contemplated which people to interview.Read More
Lauren Morris of Retirement Plan Advisors is not your typical financial planner. Instead of figuring out how to quickly make someone lots of money, Morris listens and connects with her clients. She figures out what drives, motivates, and inspires them, then works with them to create a purpose for their money.Read More
I want my own business, something that is me. But I have no idea how to go about building one. No one tells you how to build a business. They only tell you about it after the fact – when they’re successful – and they always make it sound easy-peasy. Enter this little pink book called #GIRLBOSS.Read More
I always feel strange about reading up on a woman I have never met but will meet soon; I feel like a sleuth. But, after reading Laurie Lambert’s story, I didn’t need a detective wool hat to decide who owned this specific car. The mothering, bold, poetic Laurie Lambert opened the third entrance door to Women Writing for a Change moments later and confessed to the triplet bumper sticker, a-ha!Read More
We Olive Cincinnati is destined to be a local neighborhood spot where you can dine, drink, shop, and have a full culinary experience — and that includes enjoying cocktails made with balsamic vinegar. Leah Jones, who owns the shop with her husband Coby, chatted with Women of Cincy about her love for Cincinnati, the We Olive franchise, cocktails, and turning passions and inspirations into careers.Read More