News and Events

  • Artigo at Home

    • 4 March 2021
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    Are you searching for fun – and safe – activities for your family that don’t involve looking at a screen? Does date night seem like a distant memory? Let us deliver custom curated experiences to your door! Artigo at Home provides all..

  • The Legacy Continues

    • 8 February 2021
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    Next month, we honor those who were the original pioneers of a black lives matter movement that reshaped the way society would see and respect people of color. The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual, cultural, social, and artistic movement that took place..

  • Delivering Joy to Seniors

    • 17 December 2020
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    Our first delivery of JOY went out this week. We could all use some joy right now, huh? This is especially true for older adults. Due to the increased risk factors COVID-19 poses for older adults, many seniors are staying safe by..

  • Free Timed Entry Ticket Links – Kennedy Gallery & Lindner Gallery

    • During our open hours

    Free timed entry tickets for the Kennedy Gallery (mansion) and Art Shop are available HERE or by calling 513-631-4278. Tickets ensure that you can visit at your desired day and time. If you visit without a ticket, you may be asked to wait..

  • An Evening of Jazz from the Harlem Renaissance

    • Sat, March 6, 7pm
    • Virtual, streaming thru March 27

    Cincinnati Public Schools jazz faculty and prominent local jazz artists perform music of the Harlem Renaissance. Legendary jazz selections such as Duke Ellington’s Mood Indigo and Caravan and Fats Waller’s Ain’t Misbehavin’ will be performed. Musicians include: Jim Anderson (bass), Isaiah Cook..

  • Sankofa: At Home in Harlem

    • Sat, March 13, 7pm
    • via Zoom

    Society’s Tongue Productions presents “Sankofa: At Home in Harlem,” an immersive poetry performance and open mic inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, a watershed movement in African American arts. Using ancient Akan wisdom you will travel through time and space to 1920s -1940s..

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