Steve Plattner, Harrod. Color photograph. Courtesy of the artist

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West and Central Neighborhood Spotlight

Posted on October 4, 2022

As part of the 2022 Biennial, FotoFocus is featuring a number of Neighborhood Spotlight Days: Opportunities to visit multiple Participating Venues in certain geographic locations on a day when artists, curators, and more will likely be present, along with other neighborhood activities—a great chance to dive into the energy of the Biennial… and map out a plan to get to venues in a year with such a chock-full exhibition list. Each day, you’re invited on a journey through art and the communities hosting it.

Featured here: West and Central Cincinnati; Saturday, October 8

West and Central Cincinnati to view all the FotoFocus Biennial Participating Venues during the Neighborhood Spotlight Day!

Cincinnati Museum Center: Newsreel Theater
10am–5pm Witnessing History at Cincinnati Museum Center

Kennedy Heights Arts Center
12–2pm Curator & Artist Talk for What’s Left Behind

Archive of Creative Culture
12–4pm Opening Reception & Discussions for Norman Kattelman Archive Project

Wave Pool
12–4pm Tender Phone Photographs: Daylong drop-in workshop for Photography and Tenderness

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum
1–2pm Exhibition Walk and Talk for Tiffany Sutton: A Woman Named Vera
2–3pm Opening Reception for Patrick Wack: DUST
2–3pm Opening Reception for Tiffany Sutton: A Woman Named Vera

Off Ludlow Gallery
2–6pm Opening Reception for Strangers in a Strange Land: Photographs of American Visionary Artists and Eccentrics

Mount St. Joseph University: Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery
2–3pm Reception & Artist Talk with Ruth Adams and Deborah Orloff for Eroded Histories: Photographs by Ruth Adams and Deborah Orloff
3–3:30pm Reception & Student Curator(s) Talk for The Snapshot: A Mount Community Response

6–8pm Opening Reception for Jesse Byerly: PORTALS

6–9pm Podcast Interview through Canary and Opening Reception for Diego Leclery: One With Everything

Stair House
6–9pm Opening Reception for Mature

CampSITE Sculpture Park
7–9pm Artist Talk and Reception for Liz Roberts: Post Blonde

Hoffner Lodge Gallery
7–9pm Opening Reception for Local History: Historic Photographs of Extreme Cincinnati Weather

7–10pm Opening Reception for Susan Ferrari Rowley: Alterations in Dystopia [Studio Views]

PAR-Projects: The Gallery at Studeō PAR-
7–10pm Opening Reception for Billy Colbert: Lessons are Learned

Image Credits:

Brad Smith, Junk Collector Louisville Kentucky, 1998. Black and white fiber print, 7 1/2 x 18 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Patrick Wack, DUST 46, 2020. Digital photograph, 5 x 4 inches. Courtesy of the artist
Mark de Jong, Stair House, 2020. Archive print. Photo by Steve Paszt