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Cleveland Museum of Art Celebrates ‘The Jazz Age’

See more than 300 works that celebrate the joyful and innovative spirit of the era.

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Celebrating Harlem in Columbus

Author Wil Haygood curates a Columbus Museum of Art exhibition offering insight into how the Harlem Renaissance reshaped American culture.

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‘Devoted: Visual Performances of Faith’ in Dayton

The Dayton Art Institute presents an exhibition of work from its own collection showing how artists have interpreted and celebrated religions spanning the globe.

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Case Study

For more than a century, Sherlock Holmes stories have captivated readers. A COSI exhibit brings literature’s most famous detective to life.

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Ritual Reflections

A key acquisition by the Cincinnati Art Museum prompts an exhibition of works by native Ohioan and painter Elizabeth Nourse.

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East Meets West

The Taft Museum of Art examines how artists captured westward expansion and the maturing of a young nation.

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Iron Man

Cincinnati sculptor Paul Lashua explores the transformative power of metal.

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Heart Rendering

The Butler Institute of American Art presents the postcard-perfect world of Currier & Ives.

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The American Way

The Smithsonian Institution's new traveling exhibit chronicles journeys past and present.

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Ode to Ohio

Columbus artist Michael McEwan paints his central Ohio surroundings.

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Satchel on Stage

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park presents the dramatic tale of a king of baseball and the time in which he lived.

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Haunting Memory

BalletMet brings "Dracula" back to life in Columbus.

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The Cleveland Orchestra: A Century of Symphonies

As the Cleveland Orchestra celebrates its 100th season in 2017, we looked back at those who lifted it to worldwide acclaim.

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Q&A: Pulitzer Prize Winner Anthony Doerr

We talk with the Ohio native about “All the Light We Cannot See.”

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Hartman Rock Garden, Springfield

During the Great Depression, Ben Hartman created a collection of interesting and idiosyncratic folk art sculptures at his Springfield home.

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Partner in Crime

Novelist Lisa Black finds murder, mystery and mayhem in Cleveland.

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Remembering Toni Morrison

As a child growing up near the steel mills of Lorain, Toni Morrison, Nobel laureate from the “lip of Lake Erie,” learned to love — and tell — a great tale.

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Motor City Getaways

These five Detroit attractions promise a mix of arts, culture, history and fun.

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