Rock Paper Scissorsis an art supply and local-music record store coming to Over-The-Rhine in September.
Local artists Adam Petersen and Lindsay Nehls from The Marburg Collective have teamed up with Alisha Budkie of Smartfish Studio & Sustainable Supply to create a shop in the heart of the community (1301 Main Street) that will offer a selection of art supplies, designed to suit the needs of art students, local small businesses, and working and commercial artists. They will also devote a large section of the store to locally-made materials and tools, including handmade charcoals, inks, books, and bags.
If this is the summer you are going to exercise your artistic side, you’ll want to learn all about the Miami UniversityCraftSummer artist workshops. Ron Stevens, the CraftSummer director, joins our Robyn Carey-Allgeyer to talk about the variety of courses being offered, how experienced you do or don’t have to be, and how to get registered for classes that start June 7.
Covington is fast becoming another go-to destination for artist studios, gallery shows, and more importantly, an organization that provides support services to local artists. Jane Durrell welcomes Natalie Bowers and Cate Yellig from the Artisans Enterprise Center to talk about the center’s mission and upcoming activities.
Barbara Gray welcomes Sandy Gross and Leah Busch from Cincinnati’s Brazee Street Studios, which houses 25 local artists and offers classes in glass art. They are now moving into children’s books with their new Toast to Counting, the first in a series of board books to inspire creativity in children.