While embracing the new, there is a lot to be said for invigorating the traditional. Art Academy Professor Constance McClure’s fresco class recently gained the attention of Artists Magazine.
In Cincinnati, art is all around us. Our streets are galleries, our pedestrians are patrons and in part, our connection with ArtWorks, has helped to make it possible.
In elementary school, there was nothing quite as exhilarating as a field trip. Nothing beat the excitement of piling into a big, yellow school bus on the premise of learning something new in an environment that didn’t involve the same-old four walls and a desk. Last week, the NewCo conference dusted off this childhood concept, […]
Once a year the English-Speaking Union awards a student from the Art Academy of Cincinnati to create a poster promoting their Shakespeare Competition. “AAC Associate Dean Mark Thomas initiated the program in the early 1990’s. We value collaborating with communities beyond the AAC, and giving our students real professional experiences in the context of coursework. […]
A group of 11 of us arrived in Havana on May 22 for a 6-day tour built around the 12th Havana Biennial. This extensive exhibition of largely Cuban and Third World art fills the city—its forts, former military installations, galleries, libraries, historic buildings and streets. Even in 6 full days, it was impossible to see […]
The Art Academy of Cincinnati is excited to announce that it will be a Host Company at NewCo Cincinnati on July 23, 2015. This first annual iteration of global event series brings together startup founders with students, investors and young professionals to build next generation of business leaders in Cincinnati. The goal is to bridge the gap […]
Soon-to-be senior Elliot Gress (BFA ’16) was recently featured on PBS’ Arts Bridge. Checkout the video and read our interview with Elliot after the jump.