Join Heights Arts for an evening with the artists showcased in EMERGENT 2015, who will share insights about their works currently on view in the gallery, as well artistic process and conceptual development.
Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate Meredith Holmes has invited rising regional poets to respond with original verse inspired by select imagery in the exhibition. Emergent 2015 is on view through October 17, 2015.
Early Muisc in Columbus presents Wayward Sisters in "Frenzy and Fire: Music Gone Mad." Madness can rocket you from bliss to anguish and back. So can music – especially when it goes a little crazy. From the frenzied stamping of the folia, a dance in which young women succumbed to wild “folly,” to the heartbroken howls of operatic heroines, madness set to music can terrify, stir and delight. Soprano Kathryn Mueller, praised as “a star in the making” by The Albuquerque Journal, joins Wayward Sisters for a dervish whirl through music by Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell and more.
Early Music in Columbus presents Atalante in "Lamentarium." Eternal lamenting, extravagant repenting, ecstatic, sensual and erotic narratives of ancient classical and Biblical heroines
Semi-staged dramatic scenes of Monteverdi, Rossi, Marazzoli and Mazzocchi
“Breathtaking performances of delicious music”
– Gramophone Magazine
“The lirone was utterly beguiling”
– Classical Music Magazine
Rosewood Arts Centre presents an all-new opportunity for comic book artists and fans – SuburbiCon: A Comic Creator Expo on Saturday, October 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This fun, free event is sponsored by Gem City Comics and will feature a variety of comic book writers and artists.
On October 29 and 30, the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture will be at the intersection of arts and health in Cleveland. Attend the two day conference, Creative Minds in Medicine to develop your knowledge and relationships in the field. Collectively, the efforts of the creative minds in arts and health can solve problems as no other group can. Topics at the conference will address issues ranging from using the arts to combat lead poisoning, to research from NEA’s Sunil Iyengar, to current policy and economic related issues in the arts and health field.
Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Dublin Arts Council
7125 Riverside Dr., Dublin, Ohio
$75 per person; includes creation of up to four pieces of ceramic tableware, all glazes, tools and firing
Friday, Nov. 28, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will welcome Giulia Melucci, author of the memoir I LOVED, I LOST, I MADE SPAGHETTI -- which inspired a hit new play making its regional premiere at the Playhouse -- to its Playhouse Perspectives series for a free lecture, question and answer session and book signing. Described as a foodie’s version of SEX AND THE CITY, this mouth-watering comedy recounts stories of good food and bad boyfriends. Ms. Melucci was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, where she still lives, but in a more fashionable neighborhood.
In conjunction with the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's world premiere production of SAFE HOUSE, the Playhouse is partnering with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to host a panel discussion focused on themes from the show. SAFE HOUSE is a moving and surprising new play about free people of color in 1843 Kentucky. While one brother strives to open a shoe business, the other risks it all to help slaves escape.
"A Tale of Two Cities" Formed at the vanguard of the original instrument movement in the United States, Aulos celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2014-15. Aulos’ work has been called “Authentic Baroque Performance at its Best” by The NewYork Times, and it’s newest recording series on Centaur Records has garnered superb press. Their groundbreaking recording of Rameau opera suites in the Ensemble‘s unique chamber music version was described by Early Music America as “Something quite new and powerful.
Join Cincy Emerging Arts Leaders for a Creative Conversation: "Current & Future State of Arts Funding." Panelists from both public and private institutions will discuss how funding for the arts is fairing in a post-recession economy, and what does the future for arts funding look like?
There is an old quote attributed to John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich: