Since 1959, the Art Academy of Cincinnati has been exhibiting sculptures at the Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati. What once started as stone carved sculptures shown on the patio of the Garden Center has now become site-specific installations found throughout the grounds including the Hauck Botanic Garden.
AAC Associate Professor Ken Henson was a presenter at The 6th Annual Esoteric Book Conference, which took place at the University of Washington in Seattle last week. His presentation “Alchemy and Astral Projection, Ecstatic Trance in the Hermetic Tradition” was based on his recent book by the same title, which he wrote and illustrated in […]
I am pleased to present this exhibition of works by regional artist/educators who earned their Master of Arts in Art Education degree at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Artists: David Buetsche MAAE 2012, Beth Goldstein MAAE 2003, Adrian Hawk MAAE 2011, Kelly Burichin MAAE 2005, Kim Maurer MAAE 2002, Jonathan Juravich MAAE 2011, Melanie Hart […]
AAC students participated in S.P.A.C.E. 2014 (Small Press Alternative Comic Expo) in Columbus, OH, April 12th-13th. We stayed the weekend at the convention center and sold our wares Saturday and Sunday. Shane Hatfield, Ethan Schultz, Chrissy Mullins, Garrett Ley, Derrick Dankwa, and professor Ken Henson participated. Now coming up on its 15th year, S.P.A.C.E. is […]
“Octopus,” designed and proposed by sophomore sculpture students Tory Kroeger, MacKenzie Recker and Amanda Reiber, was selected as one of the seven works included in this year’s EcoSculpt exhibition in Washington Park. Sophomores Adam Brock and Brad Davis also collaborated on the construction of the sculpture for this three-week exhibition, which continues through April 25th […]
AAC faculty member Ken Henson was recently interviewed by Ron Esposito on the NPR program “Around Cincinnati”. Ken discusses The Emerald Tablet, his current exhibition at the Lloyd Library and Museum. An audio file of the interview can be found on WVXU’s website.
The Art Academy of Cincinnati welcomes poet Adam Fell for a free public reading of his work at 7:00PM this Thursday, April 17th, in Room N206. This is the second and final reading in the 2013-14 AAC Poetry Series. The series is sponsored by the Liberal Arts Department. Adam Fell is the author of Dear […]