is the largest, and only, multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, with The Carnegie Galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center and the Otto M. Budig Theatre housed together under the historic building’s landmark dome. Managing Director of Theatre Joshua Steele and Deputy Director Alicia Krall explore all that The Carnegie has to offer.
2013 saw the start of Cincinnati’s Memorial Hall’s Signature Series of food, art and performance events. Lee Hay learns from Executive Director Teresa Summe-Haas that the New Year will bring more of these events. Friday, January 24 brings Choirs by Night featuring performances from the May Festival Chamber Choir, the Martin Luther King Choir and students from the SCPA. February 21 will be Bluegrass and Bourbon, and April 18 is Simply Swinging.
Visionaries + Voices is one of this area’s unique arts organizations, dedicated to showcasing and developing works from artists with a variety of disabilities. New programs are also allowing the artists to teach their talents to children and adults. Krista Gregory, exhibitions director, and Samantha Charek, educational outreach director, join Jane Durrell to talk about the wide-range of programs and events organized by V+V.
The Cincinnati Actor’s Studio is the longest year-round operating acting school in the Queen City. Founders Steve Francia and Bob Elkins are with Robyn Carey-Allgeyer to discuss their background, how the school began and what separates it from other similar programs. Bob also talks about his role as the DJ in the classic Sissy Spacek film, Coal Miner’s Daughter.