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 Last Updated: March 18th, 2013
As we continue making updates to our new website, this section will gradually expand. Over the next few weeks we'll be adding a complete list of the exhibitions we've been involved with up to now. We will also feature a few images from each showing.

Still, for now, the list below will give you some insight into some of our more popular projects.



In June of 2012, we teamed up with The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, concert:nova, three fashion designers and three fine artists to present Symphonic Stylings. Large scale sculpture, video art and a runway fashion show were teamed up with a string quartet playing an innovative arrangement of music.
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To assist in the rebirth of Walk On Woodburn, we curated three pop-up gallery spaces along Woodburn Avenue in East Walnut Hills. Based on the look of each space, we ended up featuring a painting exhibition, a sculpture exhibition as well as a mixed media exhibition. All in all, most considered the W.O.W. event a success. Also, worth noting, two out of the three empty storefronts we were able to bring attention to now have permanent tenants. This is an example of art successfully helping to re-invigorate a community!
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Curating and installing the artwork for The 11.11.11 Emery Theatre Revival was one of the more exhausting projects we took on in 2011. For this collaboration, we hung work in multiple locations throughout the city and helped the group launch information to their developing website. While most of the public is unaware of our involvement, seeing how the spaces turned out was the major reward of this collaboration. Good luck to the Emery and their revival plans.
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The Factory Square Fine Arts Festival was the first multi-shipping-container event we curated and organized. With this, the container-based exhibition opened with a two day festival that featured live music as well as a pop-up flea market by Cincinnati's own, City Flea. The exhibition also featured large scale sculpture and video art in the bays of The American Can Lofts (a continued partner of ours).
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Presented at The Clifton Cultural Arts Center, Movement was a fun, occasionally hands-on art exhibition focussed on kinetic artwork. For this show we invited skilled craftsman to present work that moved via man-power, electricity or in one case dripping water.
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The Raymond Thunder-Sky Folk Art Carnival was our first step into the public eye. Within this two day, outdoor exhibition, we showed up with a trolley car and featured several Cincinnati-based-artists work throughout. This event allowed us to interact with the masses and share our vision for the first time.
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The Northside House was our first curated adventure. The lessons we took away form that experience were invaluable and have helped shape our future goals and position within the Northside, Cincinnati community.
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