Trends are ever-changing in the fashion world, and wedding fashion is no exception to that. Amanda Cacaro, owner of Hyde Park Bridal, and her team visit the Bridal Market in New York City to get a jump on the newest trends and the hottest styles every year.
Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC) reaches out to the Greater Cincinnati region well beyond its urban campus in Over-the-Rhine. Community Education is its ambassador for a life of creativity providing a distinctive education for children, teens and adults by empowering them to embrace their artistic abilities.
Hopes, dreams and wishes for the New Year that were on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Tree of Life exhibit (ran from Nov. 17 to Jan. 10, 2016) will soon be used as fertilizer for a new tree to be planted in the spring.
The day started with the two of us attending the Habitat for Humanity Holiday Party at the Covered Bridge. It was a beautiful venue. It was snowing gently and the entire Christmas tree farm was covered in fresh snow.
When Madonna Manor announced the opening of a new community center, scheduled to be completed in December, Evans learned there would be a gallery for artwork. He immediately volunteered his extensive collection to populate the walls when the center opens.
The Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestra opens its 28th season of Parties of Note, a series of themed social gatherings to raise money for the Orchestra in unique venues across Greater Cincinnati with delectable food, drinks, presentations or tours, and of course incredible music.
“Sublime Beauty: Raphael’s Portrait of a Lady with a Unicorn” epitomizes Raphael’s excellence in female portraiture during his Florentine period. On a rare trip outside of Italy, the piece is coming to the Cincinnati Art Museum this fall.
It’s a tale that feels familiar to everyone: A Shakespearean-like story of star-crossed lovers and inevitable heartache is coming to the Aronoff Center Oct. 23 and 24. Lady of the Camellias will take the stage by storm, featuring choreography by Val Caniparoli and the Frédéric Chopin music performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
After losing loved ones to cancer, Zac Greenberg created an original four-movement arrangement for his band, The Zac Greenberg Quintet. Through this concerto, the band is working to raise money for cancer treatment centers in Cincinnati.