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First Impressions

Prior to the rise of Monet and Renoir, painter Charles-François Daubigny made use of vibrant colors and new vantage points. Cincinnati’s Taft Museum of Art premieres an exhibition of his works this month.

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Spin Cycle

The Columbus Museum of Art teams up with Spoonful Records to celebrate the album cover.

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Picasso’s Evolution

The Columbus Museum of Art examines how World War I led Pablo Picasso to go beyond cubism.

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Dressing Downton

See clothing featured in the PBS series “Downton Abbey” at the Taft Museum of Art.

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Into the Woods

The Cincinnati Art Museum showcases the forest through one of Vincent van Gogh’s final paintings and two dozen other works.

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Living Color

The Cleveland Museum of Art features 30 works from its collection that show how artists ranging from Edgar Degas to Mary Cassatt embraced pastels.

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Character Study

The Toledo Museum of Art celebrates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death with an imaginative take on the Bard’s body of work.

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Making Mellencamp

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame delves into how would-be teen idol Johnny Cougar reclaimed his name and became the musical poet of the Midwest.

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Artistic Blueprint

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights works by Thomas Cole, a painter who went on to become one of the architects of the Ohio Statehouse.

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Into the Wild

Cincinnati’s Miller Gallery features works by ‘National Geographic’ photographers and SeaLegacy founders Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen.

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Ohio in Photographs

Photographers Ian Adams and Randall Lee Schieber offer a fresh look at the history, energy and geographic diversity of the place we call home.

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‘Star Wars’ at Cincinnati Museum Center

“Star Wars and the Power of Costume” features an iconic collection of screen-worn wardrobe from George Lucas’ space saga.

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Stitches of Hope

The Dayton Art Institute showcases thought-provoking beadwork by South Africa’s Ubuhle women.

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Canton Museum of Art Hosts ‘Scrimmage’

Celebrate America’s fall game with a collection of works stretching from the Civil War to modern day.

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Columbus Museum of Art Goes ‘Beyond Impressionism’

A new exhibition features vibrant works borne of the political turmoil of late 19th-century Paris.

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The Art of Alphonse Mucha

The artist depicted beautiful women and elegant lines in clever, highly prized advertisements. The Dayton Art Institute features 75 of his works through Dec. 31.

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‘Misery’ in Cincinnati

As Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park prepares to bring Stephen King’s chilling 1987 novel to life, we talk to those tasked with re-creating Annie Wilkes’ warped world on stage.

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‘Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad’

The Canton Museum of Art showcases an exhibition of photographs by Dallas-based photographer Jeanine Michna-Bales.

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5 Must-Listen Cleveland Orchestra Recordings

Donald Rosenberg, former Cleveland Orchestra music reviewer for The Plain Dealer, shares the ensemble’s recordings he loves most.

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‘Woodstock at 50’

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame marks the golden anniversary of “three days of peace and music” with an exhibition celebrating the most famous concert of all time.

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