The Warren County Historical Society is poised to attract more visitors young and old with exciting new enhancements underway.
Planning a trip can be difficult — taking time off work, booking flights, finding childcare, picking activities and more. Luckily, you don’t have to venture far to get the all-encompassing retreat you’re looking for. 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati has it all in one location; a contemporary art museum, boutique hotel, full-service spa, restaurant and cocktail terrace.
Art Design Consultants in Cincinnati has been conducting an art competition for 10 years known as “Art Comes Alive,” which has grown to international stature.
Cincinnati theatre-goers are sure to be delighted this upcoming season. Four phenomenal new productions are set for 2020, including “Anastasia,” “Les Misérables,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Escape to Margaritaville.”
Art Design Consultants in Cincinnati has been conducting an art competition for 10 years known as “Art Comes Alive,” which has grown to international stature. After William Duebbler, a talented artist, passed away several years ago, his children created an award in his name. This year, Jolie Harris, whose artwork is abstract expressionism, received that award.
For over 20 years, Wings Model Management has been a constant fixture in Cincinnati. The agency has earned a reputation as a launching pad for entertainers and models alike. Wings has represented a host of well-known entertainers, all of whom got their start at Jake Lang’s agency, situated in the Gwynne Building on Main Street in downtown Cincinnati.
One Each: Still Lifes by Cézanne, Pissarro and Friends focuses on still life paintings by five French painters, all created in the mid-1860s, the formative years of Impressionism. This single-gallery special exhibition, organized in partnership with the Toledo Museum of Art, will be on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum from May 15–August 9, 2020.
Picture a museum gallery featuring a painted screen from 17th century Japan sharing space with a 1970s’ photograph of a woman’s nude body. Nearby is a wardrobe of garments that visitors can touch and try on.
The Taft Museum of Art presents N. C. Wyeth: New Perspectives (February 8 through May 3, 2020), the first exhibition in almost 50 years to examine in-depth the entirety of N. C. Wyeth’s (1882–1945) multifaceted body of work. This landmark exhibition brings together approximately 50 of Wyeth’s adventure-packed, large-scale paintings and private works for its final destination and only Midwest venue.
The Cincinnati Art Museum will present “Something Over Something Else”: Romare Bearden’s Profile Series, an exhibition that brings together more than 30 works from Romare Bearden’s trailblazing series for the first time since its debut nearly 40 years ago, from February 28–May 24, 2020.
There’s a saying that when one door closes, another one opens. Well, Art Design Consultants (ADC) always goes big, so two doors are opening because they are moving from their Culvert Street location to TWO new locations — O’Bryonville and the West End. Some say 10,000 square feet of gallery space is plenty, but this expansion will nearly double ADC’s current square footage to combined square footage of 18,000. Both locations will continue to serve our vibrant city with high-end, quality-focused framing and art consulting services.
After expanding their main office location in Kenwood and remodeling their West Fork office, Johnson Investment Counsel’s Jason Farler, CFA, Managing Director - Director of Johnson Family Office Services, and Tara Adams, CTFA, Vice President of Trust Services and Compliance, wanted the artwork in their new spaces to make the same powerful statement as the original.
For Victoria Morgan, there’s no place like the ballet studio. But it took more than clicking her heels to realize her dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer.
Growth needs room, and in today’s technology-dependent world, data storage is more crucial than office space. Flash memory solid state drives (SSD) have transformed the nature of computer storage since they are faster than the older, but still common hard disk drives (HDD) traditionally used…
Being equipped with an agile mindset is the only sustainable competitive advantage in today’s economy. However, the speed of business and technology no longer affords us the time to build this mindset from the top down. We must empower everyone, from the ground up, with a voice to move the…
Whether your business or organization is looking for a place to host a meeting, social event or lunch and golf for your top customers Cooper Creek Event Center is the ideal venue.
Karla Schnell and Andy Park of Centric Consulting Cincinnati recently met with Bryan Remke, Robert Wiehe and Jay Brown of UC Health to talk about the challenges facing clinical operations in healthcare and how technology can solve those problems.
In a former auto parts warehouse adjacent to the Xavier University campus at Dana and Woodward avenues in Evanston, sparks are flying. In this case, they are the metaphoric sparks, the kind that ignite ideas, transform, inspire or lead to simply looking at age-old problems a little different…
Cincinnati Public Schools is in the middle of a technologic transformation. As the 2016-17 school year begins, all students in sixth through 12th grades will have their own laptop.
The importance of technology for businesses is greater than ever before. However, technology alone is not enough. Without technological advancement, you risk losing a possible advantage over your competition. Worse yet, you run the risk of that competition widening the competitive advantage gap.
In 2014, you might be surprised by the event that sold out the Staples Center in Los Angeles and attracted more than 32 million viewers. It was 10 guys in front of computers playing a video game.
Data is the key to all business operations and strategic decision making. That translates to data and databases as the most important asset within the IT ecosystem, whether data resides on-premise or in the cloud. As a result, data driven organizations deal with overwhelming challenges today…
A person who attacks a network is like a virus that infects a human: It mutates. The difference? Motivation. One mutates for survival and the other mutates to steal or destroy important information that hackers want.
They say it takes a village. In this case, it took a terrific trio of creatives to build, design, and furnish a knockout new home in Mt. Adams.
Gone are the days that the dream is to build a house in suburbia and spend one’s days breathing in the quiet and tending to finely manicured lawns. Folks of all ages are increasingly interested in embracing the city life—partly because they do crave a little activity that we have all been mi…