Noted

As part of the People’s Liberty Intermission, Sam Conover had an evening called “Noted.” She asked folks to send in “positive, uplifting words, quotes, reminders and doodles of why we do what we do” and then put them on Post-It® notes all over the space downtown.

Corps workout

I know exactly when posting starts to slip around here. It’s when I’m packing the days with lots of work. In this case, pulling together photos for an event where folks sent in a photo that represented “A Wonderful Moment“. Response was fantastic, in part because I think we’re in need of a little more […]

A remnant of Blink

Broke bread with Danielle from The Speak Easy and Michael from green|spaces thanks to People’s Liberty bringing in folks from various organizations around the country to simply share ideas. Had a blast. Ended up walking through this alley and saw a remnant of Blink by Loop.ph.

The Swing House

It’s rare when art and architecture cross paths so firmly as to elicit goosebumps and absolute joy. The Swing House opening did it for me, and I’m pretty sure by my mom’s expression, she loved it too. What is The Swing House? A three-story home in Camp Washington where all floors have been removed, the […]

Finding Kenyon Barr

I went to a panel discussion about the photography of Kenyon Barr, where curator Anne Delano Steinert discussed her rationale and intent of the exhibit, Jim Damico from the Cincinnati Museum Center gave insight to the entire collection and Nick Swartsell presented some personal works that brought together the collection in a modern context. From […]

Intrigued

I was going to title this post “Weird” but frankly? This is totally more intriguing than weird—a word that gets overused as much as awesome. (Guilty.) Anyway, someone arranged all these flags around piles of leaves and trees in a tiny park in Northside. I think they’re fun. UPDATE: These are part of an installation […]

Seeing Now at 21c

Paul Rucker performs at the opening of Seeing Now at the 21c. Hank Willis Thomas “Raise Up” Also by Thomas “Intentionally Left Blanc,” a chromogenic print you can only see with a camera flash.

Look Here!

One tiny glimpse of the Look Here! Project that’s all over town. I just checked out the map on their website. Want to go to all of theres.

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