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 everything.
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 between students and young professionals who can help spur future job growth and the startups looking to hire the best and brightest local talent. This one-day event features presentations and office tours of 50 locations, including Art Academy of Cincinnati. Attendees get up close and personal with high-growth companies and arts organizations.
Typical “welcome to the neighborhood” gifts can come in all shapes, sizes and forms – from a pie or plate of cookies to a fruit basket or even a small potted plant. In rare cases, it can also mean adorning the entry-level walls in a neighbor’s new office building with artwork, as in the case of the Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC), who has done just that for new neighbor Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC).
It was at this time last year (around March) that I took my first tour of the school. I had my mind set on going to Cincinnati State to be a firefighter, and nothing else was even an option. My mom and high school art teacher urged me to visit the school just to see if I’d interested. I came on a tour of the school and absolutely fell in love.