Category Archives: Interviews

From the Street to Your Wall: Quick and Dirty with Kevin “Pogo” Curtis

Sometimes my interviews are long, sometimes not so much. In the interest of time, and since his show is already hanging (at the Comet bar in Northside thru November 9), this one shall be, rather appropriately, quick and dirty. Meet

From the Street to Your Wall: Quick and Dirty with Kevin “Pogo” Curtis

Sometimes my interviews are long, sometimes not so much. In the interest of time, and since his show is already hanging (at the Comet bar in Northside thru November 9), this one shall be, rather appropriately, quick and dirty. Meet

Linking Islands of Memory, Photos of Emily Momohara

Originally from Washington State, Emily Hanako Momohara explores themes of family, immigration and personal identity in her latest show, Islands: Photographs by Emily Hanako Momohara at the PAC Gallery in East Walnut Hills. The show opens August 12, so check

Linking Islands of Memory, Photos of Emily Momohara

Originally from Washington State, Emily Hanako Momohara explores themes of family, immigration and personal identity in her latest show, Islands: Photographs by Emily Hanako Momohara at the PAC Gallery in East Walnut Hills. The show opens August 12, so check

A Man and His Mask–David Mack

David Mack’s resume reads like an enviable laundry list of dream jobs. The native Cincinnatian lists Twentieth Century Fox as an employer and his talents as a college student at Northern Kentucky University got him notice from Marvel Comics, for

A Man and His Mask–David Mack

David Mack’s resume reads like an enviable laundry list of dream jobs. The native Cincinnatian lists Twentieth Century Fox as an employer and his talents as a college student at Northern Kentucky University got him notice from Marvel Comics, for

Pedal to the Metal

It’s always interesting to see an artist work in a medium they’ve never tried before–or to see their works in a medium that you’ve simply never seen them work in. The latter was the case for me in seeing Michael

Pedal to the Metal

It’s always interesting to see an artist work in a medium they’ve never tried before–or to see their works in a medium that you’ve simply never seen them work in. The latter was the case for me in seeing Michael

Cat Lady

This past Saturday at the Semantics FUNdraiser, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the artists whose work was on display. A self-professed “art geek,” Nicole Manning is a pharmacy tech by day and printmaker by night. Felines are

Cat Lady

This past Saturday at the Semantics FUNdraiser, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the artists whose work was on display. A self-professed “art geek,” Nicole Manning is a pharmacy tech by day and printmaker by night. Felines are