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Saturday August 20, 2022

Offering a two-week workshop to local participants exploring landscape photography and collaboration.

Thursday September 1, 2022

Friday September 2, 2022

Friday September 9, 2022

Saturday September 10, 2022

Offering a two-week workshop to local participants exploring landscape photography and collaboration.

Sunday September 11, 2022

Ivette Spradlin will share the strategies she used in creating her body of work. Participants can then share their portraits with Rosewood who will print and display the images.

An afternoon reception and talk with the photographer of FORWARD!

Artist discusses their work and the exhibition.

Thursday September 15, 2022

Roger Beebe, David Bowen, Lisa Jarret, and Ben Kinsley discuss their works included in the exhibition. This event will be held in the Beeler Gallery prior to the Opening Event.

Friday September 16, 2022

Lisa Jarrett presents her work in the Screening room in the Canzani Center.

Complimentary wine, beer, light hors d’oeuvres for the opening receptions of Amy Powell: What once grew straight and tall t’ward the sun is absorbing back down to dirt like a sponge., Teju Cole: Blind Spot, and James Nares: Street.
Teju Cole will speak 6–7 pm.

Meet the artists whose work is on view during this reception. Remarks at 6:30pm include the presentation of the Best of Show Awards by the Jurors.

Teju Cole will give an in-person artist talk at The Contemporary Dayton. Reception to follow.

Complimentary wine, beer, light hors d’oeuvres for the opening receptions of Amy Powell: What once grew straight and tall t’ward the sun is absorbing back down to dirt like a sponge., Teju Cole: Blind Spot, and James Nares: Street.
Teju Cole will speak 6–7 pm.

Saturday September 17, 2022

Offering a two-week workshop to local participants exploring landscape photography and collaboration.

Location, Duration, Capacity and other details to be announced at www.codayton.org on Friday, August 5 at 10 AM.

Sunday September 18, 2022

Michael Wilson will lead public demonstrations outlining the conversion of digital photographs into analog, darkroom-developed prints.

Wednesday September 21, 2022

Hear from photojournalists who have documented civil rights, social and racial justice in the US over several decades, from the height of the Civil Rights Era to the present day.

Saturday September 24, 2022

An Opening Reception with curator Lorena Molina and a few of the participating artists present.

Celebrate the opening of this juried photography exhibition alongside the artists and members of the Local Eyes committee. Music by DJ Paloma and free light refreshments.

Tuesday September 27, 2022

A remote artist talk open to all exhibiting artists and the public to invite discussion related to works on display and wider ideals surrounding contemporary art. A virtual artist talk inviting discussion related to the exhibition and wider ideas of contemporary art.

Thursday September 29, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Artist talk with Tim Harrier.

Join us for Young Adult Lab: Zine Club with Cameron Granger, a free drop-in art making program for young adults. All supplies will be provided by the CAC.

Opening Reception for ALL FALLS DOWN . Artist Talk with Gregory Buchakjian and William Howes begins at 6pm.

Opening Reception for Raul Cañibano: Cuba Real . Curaotr Talk with Jens G Rosenkrantz Jr begins at 7pm.

Reservation Required: www.mercantilelibrary.com or call (513)621-0717

Visitors will enjoy a short walkthrough of this outdoor exhibition and listen to photographer Tom Croce talk about his motivation to connect the photographs to nature.

Reservation Required: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/manifest-30331462326

Friday September 30, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

The AAC welcomes the public to view our first-ever, student-curated FotoFocus exhibition about the relationships between humans and nature.

Students in the “Curating the Record” course offered Spring 2022 selected, curated, and created the catalog for the exhibition will give a public tour of the gallery.

Join the opening reception for <em>Cameron Granger: The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Heaven</em> exhibition. Accompanied by the receptions for three of FotoFocus Curated exhibition–<em>On the Line: Documents of Risk and Faith</em>; <em>Images on which to build, 1970s–1990s</em>; <em>Baseera Khan: Weight on History</em>.

Saturday October 1, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Sunday October 2, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Opening Day Reception with refreshments & live music. Awards ceremony begins at 2pm.

A conversation about Guennadi and Sasha Maslov’s photography practices and personal influences.

Robin Bell will give an artist talk to the public about his site-specific installation at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

Monday October 3, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Artist Talk includes discussion with dancers, videographers, and choreographers as well as the production team.

Tuesday October 4, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Britni Bicknaver (Artist/Educator), James DaMico (Archivist/Curator), Larry Richmond (Mgr. Local History, Genealogy), discuss the impact of our historical visual archives on understanding collective moments.

An informal discussion with the artist moderated by Kyle Inskeep of WLWT (Channel 5) about the concepts and artistic techniques behind the development of his exhibition American+.

Wednesday October 5, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Join us as we recognize and thank i.imagine photographers, the Cincinnati Zoo, and FotoFocus for their roles in this special collaborative project, followed by a walking tour of Wildest Dreams.

An open discussion with Photography And Tenderness Curators Eliza Gregory and Lorena Molina.

Thursday October 6, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Join us for Young Adult Lab: Zine Club, a free drop-in art making program for young adults. All supplies will be provided by the CAC.

The lecture is at 4pm until 5pm at the Meyer's Gallery on the UC Main Campus. Paul Briol documented Cincinnati for several decades and the photographs in the exhibition were selected from the prints in the UC collection. Maureen France, photographer and Professor of Design at UC, will discuss Briol's work in the exhibition space.

Meet the artist on a tour of the exhibition with commentary from Patrick Wack regarding how the series was created.

A performance unlike any other, watch Roger work the projectors, switching out Film reels of both original and found footage building a collective panoramic of sight and sound. Performance starts at 8:00pm Performance in the Auditorium.

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Friday October 7, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Current will be screening on a continuious loop in The Carnegie Theatre. The film duration is 42 minutes.

Reservation Required. Register at https://www.bakerhunt.org/ - Look to the events section.

Artist gallery talk and reception featuring Middle Eastern/Lebanese cuisine.

A walking tour will leave the gallery to Mill Creek at 7pm. Once on the creek, viewers will experience artist performances.

Saturday October 8, 2022

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.

Photographer Damon Wilson leads a tour through downtown Cincinnati where he shows how to capture the locations recorded by Curtis Gates Lloyd 100 years ago, demonstrating Lloyd’s techniques and style.

CMC shares objects from its Photography collections, historic newsreel footage, and an art-making activity in Newsreel Theater and the Cincinnati History Museum.

Opening reception will host new artworks and discussions about the project.

As part of Made In Camp, Curators Gregory and Molina will work collaboratively with the public to identify ways in which their phones can be instruments for photographic tenderness.

Join members of Local Eyes, a group of five Cincinnati-based photographers, as they discuss the exhibition theme and artwork selection.

Meet the artist on a tour of the exhibition with commentary from Tiffany Sutton on her creative process.

Join the opening reception where the artist on hand to answer questions. Wine, beer, water along with snacks (dependent on Covid guidelines).

Join the opening reception Patrick Wack: DUST exhibition.

The Mount students who curated the photographs chosen for this exhibition will give a brief talk about how they went about making their choices of images.

Photographer Matthew Zory will talk about the exhbition Bodies of Sand, Desert Rhythms.

Reception and talk for Natural Encounters will be held on Saturday October 8th, 5pm–9pm. The talk will highlight the travels and conservation efforts of Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen.

Artist Logan Hicks will discuss his process and experience documenting the visual and emotional impact of lockdowns on New York City.

TBD opening reception & artist/curator talk- will be broadcast live on social media/recorded for later viewing, too-- this is critical for those that are physically unable to attend the opening.

Diego Leclery will be present for the week of the opening.
BasketShop will also provide an interview with the artist through its podcast channel, Canary.

Join the opening reception of Jesse Byerly’s solo exhibition, PORTALS.

Sunday October 9, 2022

Monday October 10, 2022

Circum-Verdant’s curator, Emily Versoza, invites artists from the women’s photographic collective PhotograpHERS and other contributors to a conversation about the project.

Wednesday October 12, 2022

Panel of featured photographers: Bruce Checefsky, Amber N. Ford, Lori Nix, Kathleen Gerber, and Bridget Murphy Milligan moderated by independent curator William Messer, co-curator of PhotOH.

Encounter ancient Mesoamerican agriculture with David Lentz, Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Cincinnati, and learn about his discoveries through the Lloyd Library’s photography collections.

Thursday October 13, 2022

The lecture talks about The Homeplace: Photographs From Historic African American Hamlets in Kentucky’s Inner Bluegrass Region and discusses the artist’s process and documentary work.

Larry Brown and Tina Gutierrez share their creative journey and collaborative process, from the discovery of a particular photographic record to their expansive visual and narrative interpretations of that existential evidence.

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Friday October 14, 2022

The artist will be working with our students during the day. (demos and crits)
We are hoping to have her artist talk and reception that same night in our gallery/theater.

Dayton Art Institute will lead a tour of the American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs for the Dayton Neighborhood Spotlight Day.

A reception for How Do You Want to be Seen? and From a Distance will take place with an artist talk by Darren Lee Miller.

Guided walking tour of Hometown Heroes in downtown Cincinnati, led by photographer J. Miles Wolf who will tell stories behind each of his historic collages and answer questions.

Hosted at opening at Antioch College with a panel discussion featuring the participating artists, with an interactive print/art trade between the visitors, students, and artists led by Asa Featherstone.

Repeating projection 8:30pm, 9pm, and 9:30pm.

Saturday October 15, 2022

Tripod Camera Club will conduct a photography outing, exploring urban photography in the historical neighborhood of St. Anne’s Hill. New and experienced photographers welcome!

“Peace by Piece”, a workshop conducted by the artist where participants create individual segments of a larger portrait that is revealed when the components are assembled. For children and adults.

Curator Jack Hall offers a biographical sketch of photographer Alice Cusson and explores his work curating the show.

Meet the divers and learn about their international adventures and the challenges of underwater photography.

Families and children will have fun visiting themed craft and activity stations to further their underwater excursion.

Take part in a two-hour walking tour around the Baker Hunt campus and community for photographers. Please bring your camera; followed by a lecture from artist and instructor Ryan Hill.

Artist’s talk and walkthrough of the gallery, commenting on each photograph.

Join us to hear more about documenting Kentucky with Jack Gruber of Boyd’s Station, and Bill Burke, Bob Hower, and Ted Wathen of the Kentucky Documentary Project.

Artist Talk: Ryan Hill will discuss his concept, process, and love of photography amongst his work. Come enjoy an evening at Baker Hunt with refreshments.

Repeating projection 8:30pm, 9pm, and 9:30pm.

Sunday October 16, 2022

Enjoy the meditative qualities of Jesse Byerly’s color changing exhibition, PORTALS, in a yoga class. Queer led and open to all bodies! Bring your own yoga mat.

Curator and guest speakers talk about the exhibition.

Hear from the Hughes High School and CCM Theatre Design and Production students about their creative process and technical realization.

Repeating projection 8:30pm, 9pm, and 9:30pm.

Monday October 17, 2022

Participatory artmaking for attendees inspired by the work of Asa Featherstone, IV and Mz. Icar (4–5:30pm)

Artist Talk (5:30–6:30pm)
- V2 Artist, Asa Featherstone, IV (live)
- Mural Artist, Mz. Icar (pre-recorded)

Participatory artmaking for attendees inspired by the work of Asa Featherstone, IV and Mz. Icar (4–5:30pm)

Artist Talk (5:30–6:30pm)
- V2 Gallery Artist, Asa Featherstone, IV (live)
- Mural Artist, Mz. Icar (pre-recorded)

Tuesday October 18, 2022

Meet and interact with exhibiting artist Virginia Kistler enjoying delicious refreshments. The reception is open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public.

Artist, Virginia Kistler, will discuss her latest work, including her public art, and discuss how her profession as a designer has informed much of her process.

Wednesday October 19, 2022

Dr. Tom Lowell, Geologist, University of Cincinnati discusses the science of glacial melt against a backdrop of fascinating photographs from his research and exploration.

Thursday October 20, 2022

For the Columbus Neighborhood Spotlight Day curator Lucy Zimmerman will lead a tour for the Carlos Motta: Your Monsters, Our Idols exhibition.

Critical Distance Exhibition Tour, Panel Discussion, and Reception with Jordanne Renner, Curator, and participating artists for Columbus Neighborhood Spotlight Day

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Friday October 21, 2022

A talk with the exhibiting artists learning about their process, what inspires them, and what’s next for them.

The Summit Gallery opening reception features an immersive installation as well as additional works created during the Maidens’ year-long Summit Hotel residency. For the Artist Talk the artists behind the fictional group, Maidens of the Cosmic Body Running, discuss strategies and challenges related to their year-long residency at the Summit Hotel, and their work in general with a performance to follow.

Artist Talk: 6-7pm
Performance: 7:30-8pm

Reservation Requied: www.bakerhunt.org/ - Look to the events section.

Saturday October 22, 2022

Darren Lee Miller shares the techniques he uses in creating his on-location portraits. He will emphasize his role as “photo technician and a careful listener” to create images together.

This panel discussion features local organizations specializing in the fields of reuse, recycling, and food waste, discussing ways people can work toward environmental sustainability.

Join a Museum Educator on Zoom for an interactive discussion of the major themes on view in American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs.

Artist Mark de Jong will discuss both the Swing House and Stair House.

Acknowledge Reveal Disclose, a Community Gallery exhibition curated by Michael Wilson, features portrait photographs by a highly energized community of picture-makers from across the region. On view through November 4.

Artists share their inspiration for featuring nature in their work as it relates to planet stewardship or their motivation for the creative pursuit of portraits that illuminate the human experience.

Artists share their inspiration for featuring nature in their work as it relates to planet stewardship or their motivation for the creative pursuit of portraits that illuminate the human experience.

Artists share their inspiration for featuring nature in their work as it relates to planet stewardship or their motivation for the creative pursuit of portraits that illuminate the human experience.

Sunday October 23, 2022

FREE Photo Walk at Gorman Heritage Farm led by Laura Ghory. Bring your camera or phone for some great photo opportunities and tips from a professional photographer!

Guests of all ages will learn about the basics of nature photography while interacting with various Cincinnati Nature Center volunteer photographers. Rain or Shine event.

Participating artists will discuss the exhibition and their experience of collaborating with the Flashes of Hope organization.

The closing reception will be a casual gathering of the public to view the exhibitions on display, with curators available for discussion and questions.

Wednesday October 26, 2022

P. J. Sturdevant Artist Talk, “Abstraction in Photography.” The artist will discuss his perspective on alternative photographic techniques.

The Maidens along with 6 Passport Holders co-create “photo-work” in the transformed Room 534. Viewers outside on the plaza see a shadow-play being performed behind the room’s ‘analog screen’ curtain.

Thursday October 27, 2022

5:30 PM Reception, 6:15 PM Artist Talk. Photographer J. Miles Wolf discusses his work and process in bringing former Jewish community institutions to life and visits the gallery installation for informal conversation with attendees in the Mayerson Hall.

The Summit Gallery opening reception features an immersive installation as well as additional works created during the Maidens’ year-long Summit Hotel residency.

Subject/em> checks in with the “stars” of some of the most significant documentaries of the past few decades – Capturing the Friedmans/em> , Hoop Dreams/em> , Minding the Gap/em> , The Square/em> , The Staircase/em> , and The Wolfpack/em> .

Part of a film series, each screening is followed by a conversation between Mary Leonard and filmmakers or film scholars. Conversation followed by a reception.

Friday October 28, 2022

Join Jenny Shives, Loveland Museum Center Curator, to Learn more about Nancy Ford Cones’s personal life and how her photographic work both reflected and directed her experiences.

The AAC welcomes the public to view our first-ever, student-curated FotoFocus exhibition about the relationships between humans and nature.

Highlights of this always-popular program include Midwaste/em> by FotoFocus artist Liz Roberts and heron 1954-2002/em> by Alexis McCrimmon, an editor in the Wexner Center’s Film/Video Studio and the sound designer on Midwaste/em>.

Centered on Slave to the Sirens, the Middle East’s first all-female metal band, Sirens follows the band’s founders and guitarists as they try to navigate staying bandmates and friends after their romantic relationship with each other has ended.

A curator-led walk through of the exhibition, with questions and answers afterword.

Saturday October 29, 2022

A program of the group’s early short films from the mid ‘60s to the mid ‘80s. Made against the backdrop of long-term civil war, they offer a remarkable glimpse into this seldom seen moment in film history.  

Sunday October 30, 2022

A provocative and powerful new documentary that looks at why nations struggle to acknowledge problematic aspects of their own history, focused on a 1948 massacre that's alleged to have occurred during Israel's founding.

Monday October 31, 2022

The new film by renowned Chilean filmmaker Patricio Guzmán documents the massive social protest movement that swept Chile from 2019-2021 and led to the regime-changing election of a new left-wing coalition.

Thursday November 3, 2022

Join guest curator Ashley Lumb for a discussion of the exhibition I Hear America Singing: Contemporary Photography from America. The talk will take place at Columbus Museum of Art on Broad Street.

Photographers Tina Gutierrez and Emily Momohara talk about the work featured in Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones ; Emily Everhart, Assistant Professor, Art Academy of Cincinnati, moderator.

Friday November 4, 2022

Sunday November 6, 2022

Visit Jewish sites downtown and in Avondale with J. Miles Wolf and Abby Schwartz. Visit the Skirball exhibition on the historic campus of Hebrew Union College following the bus tour.

Wednesday November 9, 2022

Photographers Rick Conner and TJ Vissing describe their process and inspiration for their work displayed in Visions of Nature across Time and Place.

Saturday November 12, 2022

Closing reception for How Do You Want to be Seen? and From a Distance with artist talks by Darren Lee Miller and Ivette Spradlin at 2pm.

Saturday November 19, 2022

Curator Kent Krugh introduces a project inspired by artist Alyssa Salomon in which artists from four high schools turn trail camera images into a Community Gallery exhibition. Student artist Q&A.

Saturday November 26, 2022

Friday December 2, 2022

James Nares virtual conversation with The Contemporary Dayton Curator, Michael Goodson. Release date: Friday, December 2, 6 pm. Watch live at: https://vimeo.com/thecodayton

Thursday December 8, 2022

Join photographer J. Miles Wolf and Skirball Museum director Abby Schwartz for an informal light lunch and gallery walk and talk.

Wednesday January 18, 2023

Against the backdrop of the exhibition Jewish Cincinnati: A Photographic Record by J. Miles Wolf, enjoy an illustrated lecture by Skirball Museum director and exhibition curator Abby Schwartz about Cincinnati’s rich legacy of Jewish art and history. Visit the exhibition following the lecture with Schwartz and photographer J. Miles Wolf.

Sunday January 29, 2023

Museum staff, volunteers, and photographer J. Miles Wolf will be on hand for informal tours on the final day of the exhibition. Light refreshments will be served.