On the Fringe of Society: Revitalizing Historic Payne Hollow
NKY History Hour - 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, 2023
Making Works in the Spirit of Harlan Hubbard
Brad Davis: Artist in Residence
Opening Reception, Saturday, March 25, 5-7 p.m.
Much like the internationally recognized artist Harlan Hubbard, Cincinnati artist Brad Davis has found inspiration from the Ohio River and its surroundings for his works. Using two mushroom anchors and 50 feet of rope, Davis began his artist in residency on the water, just as Hubbard did aboard his shanty boat over 75 years ago. From his kayak along the banks of the Ohio River, Davis has created a diverse body of work that will be displayed in an exhibition alongside several Hubbard paintings at Behringer-Crawford Museum, beginning Saturday, March 25, with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. The exhibition is a showcase of Davis' creations in the Harlan Hubbard artist residency program, hosted by the Harlan Hubbard Studio and Nature Preserve and the Fort Thomas Forest Conservancy in conjunction with Behringer-Crawford Museum.
Behringer-Crawford Museum Rolls out the Red Carpet to Debut Dual Art Exhibits
Behringer-Crawford Museum is stepping into spring in style with the introduction of two brand-new exhibits. One tells the story of a NKY fashion plate artist determined to establish financial independence through her art and the other showcases vibrant, creative arts by the commonwealth's most recognized craft artists. Together, they make a dynamic and unique collaboration.