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ART LINKS

In order to promote the arts in the City of Cincinnati and the Tri-State area,  The Cincinnati Art Club invites you to support fellow organizations who share our love of the arts.

Art Career Project: Expertise from fellow artists about art careers and schools at www.theartcareerproject.com.


Art Design Consultants
310 Culver Street, floor 5
Cincinnati, Ohio  45202
800.439.2960
Wesite: www.adcfineart.com  

Eye catching art and masterful framing for your corporate, residential, healthcare, hospitality and commercial projects, Artist Spotlight, Gallery Rental
Litsa Spanos, President


ArtWorks Cincinnati
20 E. Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202

(513) 333-0388 f (513) 333-0799
info@artworkscincinnati.org 
 
ArtWorks' Mission:
ArtWorks connects artists of all ages with opportunities in the arts through inspiring apprenticeships, community partnerships and public art.   Founded in 1996, ArtWorks is a non-profit arts organization that connects artists of all ages with opportunities in the arts through inspiring apprenticeships, community partnerships, and public art.  

Check their website regularly for job openings, art shows, workshops, call for artists, etc. www.artworkscincinnati.org  

ArtWorks is funded in part by: Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./US Bank Foundation, Fine Arts Fund, City of Cincinnati, Ohio Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts. 
 To learn more about ArtWorks in the community or to get involved, please visit ArtWorksCincinnati.org or call 513.333.0388.


Arts Wave
20 East Central Parkway
Suite 200
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Phone:  513-871-2787
Email:  info@TheArtsWave.org
Website:  www.TheArtsWave.org

Founded 1927.  Provides annual operating support to the fine
arts in Cincinnati, OH.  ArtsWave helps create the kind of thriving
arts environment that makes the Cincinnati region better place
to live, work, play, and stay.

We support and collaborate with arts organizations large and
small throughout the area.


Baker Hunt Arts & Cultural Center
Baker Hunt Foundation

620 Greenup St.
Covington, KY  41011 

http://www.bakerhunt.com/Fall-Courses.html   
Phone:   (859) 431-0020  •  Fax (859) 431-9358

The Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of people in our community through art education and cultural enrichment.

Here at Baker Hunt our mission is to provide professional art instruction in a compelling learning environment for the enrichment of studies in the Arts and Humanities. Over 40 courses and workshops in drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, quilting, language, dance and yoga for children and adult


Bromwell’s Gallery
117 West Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-621-0620
www.bromwells.com

Store & Gallery hours: Monday-Saturday (9am – 5pm) 
Bromwell’s Gallery:  Grounded in tradition as the oldest business in Cincinnati, Bromwell's made a bold entry into the 21st century with a renovation and expansion, including a beautifully designed second-floor showroom filled with fireplace vignettes that create a perfect setting for displaying art and holding events.  With over 7,000 square feet, the second floor also has gallery lighting and an excellent layout for multi-media work. Contact them if you are interested in exhibiting in their gallery.


CAC AT THE PAC 112
Pendleton Art Center, Studio 112
1310 Pendleton Street
Cincinnati, OH

Effective January 2012, The Cincinnati Art Club now has Studio Space at the Pendleton Art Center, Studio 112  Cincinnati Art Club  Members exhibit art all month long.  We are always there on Final Fridays 6 - 10 p.m. and Second Look Saturdays  11a.m. - 3 p.m.

Click on this link to view workshops held at this space:  CAC AT THE PAC 112
Contact person:  Deb Ward (email: mslucky2@yahoo.com


Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF)
615 North Alabama Street, Suite  119
Indianapolis, IN 46204-1498 317.634.2423 

Learn about our grantmaking and  apply for  available grants http://www.cicf.org/page10003177.cfm   CICF was established in 1997 as a partnership between The Indianapolis Foundation, serving Marion County since 1916, and Legacy Fund, serving Hamilton County since 1991. 

What is a community foundation?
A community foundation is a tax-exempt public charity created by and for the people in a specific geographic area. It enables people with philanthropic interests to easily and effectively support the issues they care about — immediately or through their estate plans. Donors may give to existing funds or establish a charitable fund by contributing a variety of assets. Community endowment funds, allow gifts to grow and be leveraged with other gifts, allowing larger grants with greater impact. Donors may also recommend grants through their own fund to charitable, 501c(3) organizations they want to support.


Cincinnati Art Galleries LLC
225 East 6th Street,
Cincinnati OH 45202

www.cincyart.com 
Email: sandlers@cincyart.com
Phone 513-381-2128
Fax 513-381-7527

Cincinnati Art Galleries is a privately owned art gallery; buys and sells fine art.  Cincinnati
Art Galleries  has long been a patron of the Cincinnati Art Club.  In 2012, they  began hosting 
the annual Cincinnati Art Club ViewPoint national jurried art show each year during the month
of August.


Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45101       

www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org

General Information:
Art Museum Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, and the Fourth of July.

New series: Art After Dark, will take place the final Friday of each month. Sip merlot with Monet and pinot with Picasso and start your weekend off! FREE event with cash bar and appetizers for purchase. Reservations Not Required.


CINCINNATI OPERA
Corbett Opera Center at Music Hall
1243 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202  

Celebrating our 90th Anniversary 2010  
Box Office: (513) 241-2742
Web: www.cincinnatiopera.org


Clifton Cultural Arts Center
3711 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
513.497.2860

The guiding vision of CCAC is one of a dynamic and collaborative civic hub – a bustling hive of artistic activity and personal expression where people of all ages and backgrounds, from all over Greater Cincinnati, will come and go from morning until evening.

www.cliftonculturalartsr.org


Eisele Gallery of Fine Art
www.eiselefineart.com
5729 Dragon Way (across from Frisch’s Mainliner on Wooster Pike)
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
(513)791-7717

The Eisele Gallery of Fine Art is one of Cincinnati’s oldest and most respected art galleries, specializing in original paintings by noted 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st century American and European artists. The Gallery is located in the Historic Ferris House c1807 just 10 minutes east of Downtown Cincinnati. Our experienced staff works closely with private individuals, corporations, museums and institutions to locate, acquire and place single paintings or entire collections.

We purchase, consign and sell exceptional works by renowned American Impressionists, Taos and Hudson River School artists, American Tonalists Cincinnati Golden Age painters and nationally recognized Living Artists.

Hours: Monday- Friday 9-5:30
Saturdays 10-3 and by appointment


Essex Studios  Art Walks
6:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Valet Parking on Friday Nights
Various Weekends.....check website for details.

Open Studios on these dates.  Meet the artists and view their creative works of fine art. 
No admission fees.

Essex Art Studios is located at the corner of Essex Place and McMillan in Cincinnati, OH.

For more information call 513-476-2170 or www.essexstudios.com.

CAC Members Trish Weeks is in Studio #245; Marion Corbin Mayer is in Studio #231;  William Rybolt is in Studio #239.


Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
1127 Vine Street
Cincinnati 45202
 512-421-3555
Website:  www.cincyetc.com
Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ensemble-Theatre-of-Cincinnati/22232810501  

Non-profit ETC was founded in 1986.  ETC has been he first theatre in the nation to present plays while they were still running on Broadway.   The ETC of Cincinnati is an exciting home to Regional, World, and Off Braodway productions.   ETC is a professional Equity Theatre dedicated to the production and development of new works and works new to the region.  

Check their website weekly for Calendar of Events, to purchase tickets on line, win free tickets, participate in their Coat Drive and Fairy Godmother programs and others in addition to
Over the Rhine neighborhood projects.


Express Cincinnati Newspaper and Express Online
showcase the volunteers and supporters of local nonprofit and
fine arts organizations in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Showcasing Cincinnati’s Creative Arts and Generous Spirit.

*Calendar of Cincinnati Arts Events
*Photo Gallery - watch slide show or leave comments
*EXP/arts commentary blog - voice your opinion
*Editorial FAQs - answers to all your questions
*Links to many of Cincinnati's Art Organizations
*Arts organizations:   Pitch your story ideas for EXP/arts
to Thom Mariner tmariner@expresscincinnati.com or call 513-771-5088.
And keep those press releases and photos coming!
Editor Rebecca Chambers, editor@expresscincinnati.com 
View the on-line issue here:
www.ExpressCincinnati.com


5th Street Gallery
55 West 5th Street -
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

513 - 579 - 9333
On the corner of 5th & Race   

Offering a diverse selection of accomplished Cincinnati artists in the heart of Downtown, including Cincinnati Art Club Signature Members John Leon and Donna Talerico.
Hours:  please  check website  for hours

www.5thstreetgallery.com


Fairborn Art Association
P.O. Box 1231
Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 878-7040
Email: Fairbornart@att.net 
http://fairbornart.com/content/about-us  

The Fairborn Art Association is a nonprofit association located in Fairborn, Ohio designed to promote the development of art in various forms, sponsor art classes, workshops and classes, and provide community service. 

Members have an opportunity to paint in the studio or outdoors and to display their artwork in the F.A.A. Gallery, located in the all-purpose room. The Gallery is open to the public on Sundays from 1:00-4:00 p.m. or by special appointment. No commission is taken by the F.A.A. All sales tax is the responsibility of each artist.


Fitton Center for Creative Arts
101 S. Monument Ave.
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Phone (513) 863-8873 ext. 122
www.fittoncenter.org
Gallery Hours: M-TH 9-8, F 9-5, Sat. 9-noon,
Sun closed except for special events.
Cathy Mayhugh, Director of Exhibitions


Gallery Salveo
3805 Edwards Road
Rookwood Tower, 5th Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45209
(513) 458-6600  

Open to the public weekdays, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Curated by Steven Vincent Clark     

To receive quarterly invitations to opening receptions, please visit http://www.healthfoundation.org/ and select “newsletter signup.”  

The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati is an independent 501(c)(4) social welfare organization dedicated to improving community health. The foundation awards grants to non-profit and governmental organizations for programs and activities that improve health in Cincinnati and 20 surrounding counties in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.


Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society

Tri-state artists interested in all types of watermedia.  Meeting monthly, since 2002, 
to learn and to share their love of watercolor ---- You are invited ---- 10 a.m. on the first
Wednesday of each month at the Cincinnati Art Club ---- Located at 1021 Parkside Place
in Mt. Adams, Cincinnati, OH. ---- Annual membership $45 ---- Open to anyone who likes
watercolor.

http://grtrcincyws.blogspot.com/


Greenacres Arts Center
8400 Blome Road
Cincinnati, Ohio  45243

Phone: 513-793-ARTS
Fax: 513-793-2788
Email:  ArtsCtrDir@green-acres.org 
Website:  green-acres.org

Greenacres Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation established in 1988 by
Louis and Louise Nippert. The Arts Center provides programming that engages children in music, visual arts, drama and dance. Area schools bring students to the Arts Center for an integrated arts experience. With the majority of students arriving from disadvantaged circumstances, the opportunity to learn, appreciate and enjoy the arts is an invaluable experience. In order to preserve Greenacres as a place of natural beauty and learning for future generations, all visits are by reservation only and group sizes are limited.


Greenwich House Gallery Fine Art
2124 Madison Rd.
O'Bryonville, OH Cincinnati, OH 45208

513-871-8787 

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions (changes often):
www.greenwichhousegallery.com/other2

Across from Springer School, at the corner of Madison and Lavinia

Cincinnati's largest gallery of fine art painting and sculpture, invites you to take a virtual tour and to visit us in person in Historic O'Bryonville. Co-owners Peggy Marquette and Mark Rottinghaus have been bringing the finest quality art and conservation framing to discriminating collectors in the Cincinnati region for more than 30 years.

Original oil and acrylic paintings by local, national and global artists. Gallery specializes in American impressionism and contemporary art. Gallery Space is available for rent. CAC members represented are:
Julie Beers, Jan and Tim Boone, Nancy and Bruce Neville, Trish Weeks.


Indigenous, a Handcrafted Gallery
 in the heart of O'Bryonville at
2010 Madison Rd
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
513.321.3750
mail@indigenouscraft.com
www.obryonville.com

Let art be part of your nature. Open 7 days a week!  Mon-Sat 10-8, Sun 12-5  

2010 celebrating our third year as Cincinnati's source for exciting, contemporary arts & crafts with a special focus on local artists. New works arrive daily.  Continuous events.


www.innerart.com  

An internet guide to  Ohio Arts and Artists.  This is a great reference 
for links to Ohio artists, festivals, co-operatives, art organizations,
gallery shops, and educational organizations.
If you are an Ohio artist, you are invited to submit your website


Loveland Art Studios on Main
529 Main Ave.
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Phone:  513.683.7283
Fax: 513.683.1001
Email: shawncustis@studiosonmain.com

Over 35 artists and craftspeople located in an historical industrial building. Painting, drawing, jewelry, photography, stained glass, sculpture, pottery, fabric art and more! Classes are available for children and adults. Several CAC members have studios here. Signature Member Nancy Achberger is in Studio 201.

Second Saturday

A great after-dinner destination! Visit the artists, purchase artwork, jewelry, pottery, and fiber art the second Saturday of each month. Light fare and beverages provided.
When: 2nd Saturday of each month  Time: 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Parking: Free

http://studiosonmain.com/


Madison Art Club
301 East Main Street
Madison, IN 47250
www.madisonartclub.com 

 “Artists helping Artists.” Join us in Madison where history always mingles with small town charm.


Madisonville Arts Center
5021 Whetsel Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Phone:  513.271.8600
Email:  info@madisonvilleartscenter.org
Website:  www.madisonvilleartscenter.org

Mission is to be a positive influence in the lives of Madisonville's residents
and those of Greater Cincinnati, providing the energy and momentum
essential to true urban renewal by providing a unique venue for live theatre,
music,visual art, and educational arts programs.  Gallery space and Theatre
rental available for groups.  Please check website for exhibitions and shows.


ManifestGallery.org
727 Woodburn Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206  

Gallery hours: T-F 2-7pm, Sat.12-5pm (or by special appointment for groups) closed Sun and Mon

Now in its 7th year, as a community-minded 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization, founded upon ideals formed both in academic pursuit and a commitment to quality urban living, Manifest relies heavily on private donations to cover operating costs.   Manifest stands for the quality presentation, experience, and documentation of the visual arts, engaging students, professionals, and the public from around the world through accessible world-class exhibits, studio programs, and publications.


The Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance (formally known as the Mason Area Arts Council)
The Snyder House at Cottell Park
5847 Irwin-Simpson Road
Deerfield Township, OH
www.masonarts.org/events/ 

Enrich, Inspire, Enjoy
In 2011 Mason Area Arts Council  patnered with Deerfield Township.  MDAA is a non- profit organization.   They will soon be the hub of arts with summer camps, adult and children’s arts classes, art workshops and artists salons.  Offers workshops by Chuck Marshall.
Our signature event is the Mason Arts Festival. 

Our Goals:  The Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance (MDAA) is dedicated to bringing the best possible arts programming to the community of Mason and the surrounding area. Our focus is centered on developing programming that includes collaborative efforts and partnerships with our schools, local organizations, businesses, and the community.

 If you are interesting in renting the Snyder House for a function, meeting or party,
you can contact Deerfield Township at 513-701-6958 to make arrangements.


MBAOnline

If you're trying to figure out how to sell your art and work as a professional, this site offers resources from experts in business through their blogs online. This site offers resources for a variety issues.

http://www.mbaonline.com/about/


Middletown Arts Center
130 North Verity Parkway
Middletown, OH 45042
513-424-2417
www.middletownartscenter.com


Midwest Art Center  (MAC) -
8021 Mill St. Miamitown
Ohio, 45041

"Grand Opening" Fall Arts Festival on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010, In addition to offering studio space for creation and display, the Midwest Art Consortium (MAC) offers a social network designed for the artistic community. This network allows artists to promote their work free of charge and exchange ideas with other online members. Becoming a member of the Midwest Art Consortium is FREE and easy! Register now 
http://www.midwestartcenter.com/?q=user/register to become a member of the region's largest social network of artists!


Montgomery Women's Club, Montgomery, OH 
http://www.montgomerywomansclub.org


Mt. Adams, OH
A charming, historic, hilltop neighborhood just up the hill from Cincinnati Art Club. They feature some of the best restaurants, nightclubs and taverns,  arts organizations, services and specialty  shops in Cincinnati.  A map listing 6 ways to climb the hill is also available at their website.  There is always some kind of festival being celebrated. Check their website often. http://www.mtadamstoday.com  


The Northern Kentucky Heritage League (www.nkhl.org)
Annual Duveneck Memorial Art Show will take place in May.  Noon to 5:00 p.m.


Ohio Arts Council Columbus, OH
http://www.oac.state.oh.us

Grants, Programs, Calendar of  Events in the State of Ohio, Arts Organizations, and more.


Ohio Citizens for the Arts Foundation
Columbus, OH 614.221.4064

ohiocitizensforthearts.org  
email:  info@ohocitizensforthearts.org


Old World Restorations
www.oldworldrestorations.com
5729 Dragon Way (across from Frisch’s Mainliner on Wooster Pike)
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
(513)271-5459

Since 1978, the Conservators of Old World Restorations have been restoring the original beauty to damaged Art and Antiques of all types. With over 50 years of combined experience, our staff has earned the trust of art collectors, museums, galleries, dealers, individuals, institutions and insurance companies nationwide. We follow the Standards of Practice and Codes of Ethics established by the American Institute for Conservation and Historic Works, using only sensitive, reversible methods and materials that do not harm or alter the original work.


Pendleton Art Center is located at 1310 Pendleton Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
The Pendleton Art Center is home to the studios of over 200 artists. The Pendleton is open the Final Friday of every month from 6 p.m.-10 p.m., and the Saturday following Final Friday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., giving the public the opportunity to view creative art space as well as purchase one of a kind artwork directly from the artist. www.pendletonartcenter.com

Pendleton Art Center was awarded Cincinnati Magazine's Best of the City 2009 Best Art Source.

Following are CAC Members who have studios at the Pendleton Art Center:

Alice Allison #607
Judy Barton #712
Janet Berg #308
Chris Brian #308
Elaine Freeman # 414
Joanne Honschopp #811
Diane Loos #806
Carol MacConnell #713/714
Gail Morrison #609
Bruce Neville #611A
Nancy Neville #611A
Margaret Schrimpf #602A
Paul Vollman #301
Martha Weber #809
Mary Jean Weber #215
Carol Abbott #507
Teina Tallarigo Rising Sun Pendleton Art Center #1AB


Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum

Park: 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Rd., St. Rt. 128
Hamilton, OH   45013
Park Gate phone: (513) 887-9514

Office: Located at the Ancient Sculpture Museum in the park
phone (513) 868-8336
fax (513) 868-3585
email: pyramid@pyramidhill.org
website:  www.pyramidhill.org    

Pyramid Hill is an outdoor museum focusing on monumental pieces of sculpture in an environment of meadows, forests, and various gardens. We also feature a 10,000 square foot "Ancient Sculpture Museum" displaying Roman, Egyptian, Greek and Etruscan sculpture thousands of years old.  Our mission is the eventual establishment of a collection which will demonstrate the complete history of sculpture by mankind, making Pyramid Hill  the only art park in the world working on the accomplishment. Educational programs in art, horticulture, geology, and the environment makes Pyramid Hill a busy learning center.   Admission is $8.00 for adults, $2.00 for children.


Ran Gallery
3668 Erie Avenue
Cincinnati, OH  45208
Phone: 513-871-5604
Fax: 513-871-5654
Email:  mrangallery@aol.com
Website: www.maryrangallery.com  

Mary Ran Gallery offers a comprehensive art service, with professional advice  on all aspects of buying and selling works of art. Known for:  19th Century American & European Art Contemporary


www.raymarart.com
Supplies for the artists.

Holds annual on-going fine art competitions. Check each beautiful painting to read very
helpful judges' critiques.


ROY G BIV Gallery for Emerging Artists
997 N. High Street
Columbus, OH  43201-2402 
 614.297.7694
Website:  www.roygbivgallery.org

Hours:  Wed.-Fri.,I 3:00 – 6:00 p.m; Sat., 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. 

ROY G BIV Gallery for Emerging Artists is an independent, nonprofit art space located in the historic Short North neighborhood of Columbus. Founded in 1989. Please check their website for current activities and shows.


Greg Storer Art
108 East Church St. #C
Mason, Ohio 45040  

www.stoart.com
Email: gstoart@gmail.com
513/204-9601

Offers classes and workshops.


Taft Museum of Art
316 Pike Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202  
(513) 241-0343

http://www.taftmuseum.org/

Email: taftmuseum@taftmuseum.org  

The Taft Museum of Art is open Wednesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.The Museum is free to all on Sundays.
Free Sundays made possible by The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation.


Ten Thousand Villages O'Bryonville Store
2011 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45208

website: http://cincinnati.tenthousandvillages.com/php/stores.festivals/store.hours.php
 
Regular Hours Monday:thru Friday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday: Closed 

Phone: 513-871-5840
Email: tenthousandvillagesofCincinnati@fuse.net  

Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit Fair Trade Organization (FTO). FTOs are non-governmental organizations designed to benefit artisans, not to maximize profits. They market products from handicraft and agricultural organizations based in low-income countries, providing consumers with products that have been fairly purchased from sustainable sources.


Town & Country Fine Art Center
300 E. Stroop Rd.
Kettering,  OH 45429
Phone:  937-293-5381
Website: www.tandcgallery.com

We are the oldest existing co-operative gallery in the Dayton area and have earned a reputation of excellence. We take pride in our status as a non-profit 501©3 organization. We enjoy a large patronage that continues to collect our works. 

Since 1994, we have happily provided the Miami Valley with fine original art.  Some of our artists are both internationally and nationally recognized, making the center highly respected in the area. 

If you are interested in membership opportunities, contact Bonnie Kuntz at 937-885-4216 or bonkuntz@sbcglobal.net to set up an appointment.  Membership drive Open House Sunday,
May 16, 2010 2-4 p.m.


Weston Gallery in Arnoff Center        
The Cincinnati Arts Association’s Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff Center for theArt 650 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH, 45202-2517  

The Weston Art Gallery presents and supports the visual arts of the Tri-state region through exhibitions and special programs. on facebook    

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES:
Aronoff Center for the Arts
650 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 721-3344
(513) 977-4150 fax

Website:  cincinnatiarts.org


Woman's Art Club of Cincinnati........
http://www.womansartclub.com/
Established in 1892. The purpose of this organization is to provide a forum to promote visual arts by way of creative activities for children and adults.  

Woman's Art Club Cultural Center, 6980 Cambridge Avenue, Mariemont, OH 45227 http://waccnews.blogspot.com/
http://wacccbarn.blogspot.com/ 

Second Sunday at The Barn
The members of The Woman's Art Club of Cincinnati display favorite works of art every Second Sunday of the month at The Barn.


The Center is open! You can call or stop in Wed. or Fri. 10:00 - 3:00. or join us for "Open Paint" sessions Tuesdays 10:00 - 3:00.
Phone: 513-272-3700
Interested in classes? Call 513-561-4498


MAGAZINES online --- for Artists and/or Collectors

www.artdaily.org
The first Art Newspaper on the Net December 27, 2009. Features art daily, art news, Museums,  Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, etc. Our Signature Member Rosemarie Block highly recommends
this online "newspaper" website. www.roseblochart.com


Artfair Calendar
http://www.artfaircalendar.com/

This website links you to all of the art fairs in many states. For those who want to exhibit at Arts and Crafts Fairs, or just want to visit one.


Artist Advocate Magazine
By  B. Eric Rhoads, Publisher
A new magazine to help artists connect with gallaries
B. Eric Rhoads of Artist Advocate talks about the magazine:
www.artistadvocate.blip.tv


Artshow.com
1820 Peachtree Street NW, #615
Atlanta, GA 30309
info@artshow.com 

Find an extensive list of Call to Artists at this website in addition to other helpful information for artists such as workshops, websites, and supplies, etc.: 

http://www.artshow.com/juriedshows/index.htm


Express Cincinnati Newspaper and Express Online
showcase the volunteers and supporters of local nonprofit and fine arts organizations in the Greater Cincinnati area. Showcasing Cincinnati’s Creative Arts and Generous Spirit.

*Calendar of Cincinnati Arts Events
*Photo Gallery - watch slide show or leave comments
*EXP/arts commentary blog - voice your opinion
*Editorial FAQs - answers to all your questions
*Links to many of Cincinnati's Art Organizations
*Arts organizations:   Pitch your story ideas for EXP/arts
to Thom Mariner tmariner@expresscincinnati.com or call 513-771-5088.
And keep those press releases and photos coming!
Editor Rebecca Chambers, editor@expresscincinnati.com 
View the on-line issue here: www.ExpressCincinnati.com


Fine Art Connoisseur
2090 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
Suite 300
Palm Beach, FL 33409    

Website: www.fineartconnoisseur.com

To Contact Fine Art Connoisseur Headquarters in Palm Beach - 561.655.8778
B. Eric Rhoads, Chairman/Publisher - 512.607.6423 eric@FineArtConnoisseur.com
Peter Trippi, Editor, New York - 917.968.4476 peter@FineArtConnoisseur.com
Nicolyn Kuper, Production Coordinator, Palm Beach - 561 655 8778 nicolynn@fineartconnoisseur.com

To read Eric Rhoads' blog about gallery marketing, go to Eric Rhoads Blog.


Plein Air Magazine™
Streamline Publishing, Inc.
2090 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
Ste. 300
West Palm Beach, FL 33409  

Plein Air Magazine launched in 2004 by Eric Rhoads, Chairman/Publisher returned in 2011 under the Editorship of  M. Stephen Doherty.

Subscriptions and information are available at www.pleinairmagazine.com


WatercolorArtistMagazine.com recommends 73 Best Websites for Artists.
Don’t waste your time “surfing.”  Find the go-to art sites right here:
www.artistsnetwork.com/article/wc-best-websites