Sunday, January 12, 2003

Visual arts winter events



Art Academy of Cincinnati

Eden Park, 562-8777.

Chidlaw Gallery

Through Feb. 3 Will Hillenbrand, Inside the Picture Book: Starting from Sketch

Feb. 7-March 7 Senior communication arts exhibits

March 16-May 9 Senior fine arts exhibits

EXO and Lobby Galleries

Feb. 28-March 29 16th annual Minumental exhibition

Arts Consortium of Cincinnati,

1515 Linn St., 381-0916.

Fred Bond Gallery

Feb. 15-March 31 Divas and Damsels II

African American Museum, Museum Center, 1301 Western Ave., William L. Mallory Sr. Gallery

Feb. 16-May 31 From Where We Came and Our Pursuit for Freedom

Carnegie Visual and

Performing Arts Center

1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, (859) 491-2030

Jan. 10-Feb. 14 Figures

Feb. 28 Basketry, Nikki Blair, Celene Hawkins, Kelly Malec-Kosak, John Wolfer, Saad Ghosn

Cincinnati Art Museum

Eden Park, 721-2787.

Through Mar. 30 - A Window on the Past: Early Native American Dress from the John Painter Collection, Ay-O's Rainbow Prints

Feb. 1-April 27 Panoramic Ohio: Photographs by Thomas R. Schiff

Feb. 15-Sept. 14 Extraordinary Gifts: Selected Paintings from the Procter & Gamble Company

Closson's Gallery

401 Race St., downtown, 762-5510.

Through Jan. 31 Frank McElwain

Feb. 7 -March 31 Gallery selections

The Columbus Museum of Art

480 E. Broad St., (614) 221-6801.

Through May 4 Tony Mendoza's World View: Photographs, Words, Video

Feb. 8-Mar. 2 The Years In Between: A Pictorial View of African-Americans Between the Post Slavery and Civil Rights Eras

Contemporary Arts Center

115 E. Fifth St., downtown, 721-0390.

Jan. 30-April Scrapbook: A CAC History

DAAP Galleries

Phone for all galleries: 556-2839.

Edwards Center Gallery, 1 Edwards Center, sixth floor, University of Cincinnati campus

Jan. 10-March 7 Credo: Pen and Ink Drawings by Saad J. Ghosn

Dorothy W. and C. Lawson Reed Jr. Gallery

University of Cincinnati, DAAP complex

Jan. 24-March 14 Translations 2000-2002: Paintings by Boris Zakic

Downtown

314 W. Fourth St., 381-0603.

Jan. 31-Feb. 28 Taciturnity: Recent Work by Paige Wideman

840 Gallery

DAAP Complex, Corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. and Clifton Avenue, Fourth Floor

Jan. 13-17 Paintings and ceramics by Daniella Yovel, Jayoon Choi, and Emily Trick

Jan. 27- March 3 Photography by Jennifer Doan and Julie Lowe

Feb. 3-7 Paintings by Brent Dedas and Yvette Cummings

Feb. 10-14 Paintings by Pamela Decoker and Meredith Jones

Feb. 24-28 Mixed Photo and Sculpture by Alison Brady, Rachel Jones and Jeremy Parrigan

Mar. 10-14 Paintings by Danielle Godale and Angela Boles

Mar. 17-21 Paintings by Liberty Wampler and Julie Krumplebeck

Dayton Art Institute

456 Belmonte Park North, (937) 223-5277.

Through Feb. 23 Affinities of Spirit: An Interview and Photography Project

Feb. 8-May 11 The Glory of the Silk Road: Art from Ancient China

Design Consortium Art Gallery

2012 Madison Road, 321-1800.

Jan. 24-Feb. 19 L.A. Hot Glass: John Gereletti

Feb. 21-March 19 Mary Jean Weber

Mar. 20-April 30 Maria Lusia Campoy

Fitton Center for Creative Arts

101 S. Monument Ave., Hamilton

(513) 863-8873.

Closed for construction

Miami University Art Museum

801 S. Patterson Ave., Oxford

(513) 529-2232.

Through Jan. 26 Wired: Art That Moves Through Jan. 28 Collage!, selections from the permanent collection

Through Feb. 2 Romance and Solitude: American Prints 1900-1941

Through March 23 Captured Moments: The Cincinnati School

Feb. 11-May 11 The View From Here

Feb. 18-May 18 St. Petersburg: Art from the de Saint-Rat Collection

Miami University Hiestand Galleries

School of Fine Arts, North Gallery: (513) 529-2232

Through Jan. 31 Passage, paintings by Jared Joslin

Through Feb. 3 Fourth annual Miami University young painters competition for the Yeck Award paintings

Feb. 10-March 14 Steven Benson, The Cost of Power in China

March 18-24 Elizabeth Neil Collected Memories: Finding a Sense of Place

Mar. 27-April 3 Christine Altman Mnemonic Devices

Lee Gallery:

Through Jan. 31 Jared Joslin, Passag

Feb. 5-26 Darlys EwoldtVessels

March 3-9 Chase Koehler and Melody Zamndio

March 19-23 Emily Budd and Amy Mitchell

March 26-30 Ashley Nemeth, Ann Wehrle and Jordan Tate

Miller Gallery

2715 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, 871-4420.

Through Jan. 31 Group show

Feb. 7-23 Three Women/Three Minds

Linda Schwartz Gallery

315 W. Fourth St., downtown,241-4202.

Jan. 18-Feb. 22 Joey Versoza, Final Fantasy

In the Project Room: Laura Herman, Wish You Were Here: The visual story of Connie Allbright

March 1-April 5 Michelle Weinberg, Stories and Geometries

In the Project Room: Cheryl Wassenaar

Speed Museum of Art

2035 S. Third St., Louisville (502) 634-2700.

Through Feb. 2 Millet to Matisse

SSNOVA

2260 Central Parkway, Brighton, 929-9463.

Jan. 18-22 The Lost Children of Kathmandu by Mike Mullins

Feb. 7-8 Tube by Kris Rekers and video-ness by Christine Olsen

Feb. 28 DAAP Artists Association

Taft Museum of Art

316 Pike St., 241-0343.

Closed for renovations

Weston Gallery

Aronoff Center, downtown, 977-4165.

Through Jan. 18 - Theories of Public Space, site-specific installation by Don Harvey and Connections, a group show featuring 13 Ohio artists

Jan. 24-March 29 Lost and Found: Mixed Media Installation by Cal Kowal & Anita Douthat

Wexner Center for the Arts

Ohio State University, 1871 N. High St., Columbus, (614) 292-3535. (Galleries under renovation)

Through Feb. 2 From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection; Location: The Belmont Building, downtown Columbus

Feb. 1-April 20 Away From Home; Location: Columbus College of Art & Design, downtown Columbus

Xavier University Art Gallery

A.B. Cohen Center, 3860 Pacific Ave., North Avondale, 745-3811.

Jan. 17-24 Regional High School All Junior Juried Exhibition

Jan. 31-Feb. 28 Prints by Nicole Hand and Michael Krueger

March 14-April 4 XU Student Art Exhibition

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