• SOS ART Retrospective (2016-2020)

    • 10 December 2020
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    This Retrospective exhibit consists of a selection of artworks on the themes of peace and justice by 90 Greater Cincinnati artists who had participated in previous annual SOS ART shows between 2016 and 2020. Co-Curators Vaishnavi Ramanathan and Saad Ghosn selected the works based on their merit of quality and messages for a better world.

    The show includes works shown indoors and works enlarged and printed on large panels displayed outdoors; also a video of the artworks and mini interviews with the participating artists.

    Watch the artist interviews on the video below (length is 1 hour):

    A color book documenting the show and including a section for children’s related art activities is available free to visitors. Children’s activities are also being planned during the duration of the show. Click HERE to find out more and how to participate!

    You can view the color book which includes all the pieces in the show, and the children’s activities via this LINK. FREE hard copies of the book are available on our front porch. 

    Learn more about the youth activities from this video:

    Exhibition on view from Jan 9 – March 13, 2021

    Free timed entry tickets are available here or by calling 513-631-4278. Masks are required. Please practice social distancing.


  • Collective Impact: Females Joining Forces

    • 20 February 2020
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    The impulse to collaborate with people similar to yourself is not new, but it can be powerful. There’s a need, a desire, to do something bigger than yourself. When you find others to help you make larger, bolder statements, and rally around a common, shared goal – the experience can be transformative for everyone.

    Collective Impact: Females Joining Forces, curated by Mallory Feltz, is a group show of Cincinnati female artist collectives that focuses on the combined power of women and their collaborative creativity. Inspired by pivotal female artist collectives from the 1970s onward (Where We At (WWA) Black Women Artists, Inc., Guerrilla Girls, Sister Serpents, etc) that were fueled by the Second-Wave Feminist Movement in the 1960s (and subsequent movements), this exhibition aims to continue the discussion of female empowerment in art and the importance of the collective voice. By exhibiting artworks from female artist collectives working in Cincinnati, including Bombshells of Cincinnati, Art Hags, Art for Artists, Maidens of the Cosmic Body Running, LOOK! Collaborative, and PhotograpHERS we are highlighting the different ways in which women collaborate and inspire important discussions in our region, but also how they comment on the contemporary female experience. Historical signage on pivotal national female artist collectives past and present will link Cincinnati to the larger national art historical movement of females joining forces to make their voices heard.

    This exhibition was originally developed in partnership with ArtsWave’s POWER OF HER Initiative.

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  • Saturday: 11:00 - 4:00
  • Closed Sunday - Monday