Spring is here! Put away those heavy jackets (hopefully) and get outside. Here’s where you’ll find the PL Family this month.
4.4. - April Boozy Hour with Women of Cincy
Join former PL Resident Chelsie Walters and the Women of Cincy community for coffee, cocktails, confections and conversation.
RSVP: Boozy Hour with Women of Cincy
Where - Wyoming Community Coffee, 434 Springfield Pike, Wyoming, Ohio 45215
Time: 5:30-6pm - Reverend Abby King-Kaiser, staff member of the Center for Faith & Justice at Xavier University will lead the conversation.
6-8pm - drinks and mingling.
4.6 - Flow & Jo with Rüya Coffee
Rüya Coffee is partnering with HI FI Yoga. Join for a SLO FLO yoga class and post-class Turkish coffeehouse experience and fortune-telling by Project Grantee Melissa Aydogan. Good vibes, good flows, good coffee. What can be better?
RSVP: Flow & Jo w/ Ruya, $30
Where: HI FI Yoga, 7900 Mason Montgomery Rd, Mason, OH 45040
4.6 - You Belong Here - True Body Project X Take a Moment Studio
Join for a collaboration with Stacy Sims of True Body Project and Take a Moment Studio (former PL Resident Joe Walsh and Jon Flannery)–– and hosted by Globe Grantee alum Anh Tran of LOOK!––as we explore the theme of belonging: in the community, with each other and as a human. Enjoy creating images and words for screen prints during the event. You have the opportunity to take a print home— a perfect gift or art for your life.
RSVP: You Belong Here , free + open to the public
Where: The Center for Great Neighborhoods, 321 W 12th St, Covington, KY 41011
When: 2:00 PM – 6:00pm
4.10 - DebatABLE Covington
Project Grantee Angela White’s DebatABLE events facilitates civic discourse using techniques borrowed from academic debate. Hear two debaters present their research and debate on redevelopment ideas for Covington’s closing IRS facility. The winner receives $100. Food and drinks provided.
Register: DebatABLE Covington , free + open to the public
Where: Braxton Brewery, 27 W 7th St, Covington, KY 41011
When: 7:00 PM – 9:00pm
4.11-4.19 - This Time Tomorrow Festival
We are proud to be a sponsor of This Time Tomorrow, a new four-day festival of contemporary performance presented by the Contemporary Arts Center. Bringing together local, national, and international artists and their works, This Time Tomorrow occurs at locations throughout the city. In addition to performances, the spirit of liveness will continue on through creative workshops, open discourse, and a vibrant late-night hub.
For ticket/festival pass information, lineup and schedules, visit https://thistimetmrw.com/lineup/.
Before 4.12 - Support Brick Gardens in the USA Today Community Thrives Campaign
Project Grantee Domonique Peeble’s Brick Gardens is competing for a national grant through USA Today Community Thrives and needs help to raise a minimum of $6,000.00 in order to qualify for a major $100,000 grant. Head to Brickgardens.com for more information on the project and ways to support.
4.12 - Globefront Grand Opening: Professor Lorenzo’s Carnival of Mysteries
Professor Lorenzo’s Carnival of Mysteries is the second of three 2019 Globe Grant project. Inspired by circuses of the early 20th Century, Professor Lorenzo’s Carnival of Mysteries is the brainchild of local writer and puzzle creator Globe Grantee John Bromels. The interactive art installation will present a series of puzzles and challenges that friends and families can solve in the space and in the surrounding Findlay Market area.
Where: People’s Liberty Globefront, 1805 Elm Street
When: Doors will be open Thursdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 13 through May 27.
Details: Admission is free and open to the public. Stay tuned for details on opening day and special events!
4.17 - Haile Fellows, Pass the Torch
Join us on April 17, 2019 as we celebrate the great work of 2018 Haile Fellows Elisa Hoffman and Nicole Armstrong and introduce our three 2019 Haile Fellows Kyle Ebersole, Asa Featherstone, IV, and Brian Yangyuen.
RSVP: Pass the Torch
Where: PL Forum (1805 Elm Street, 2nd floor)
When: Wednesday, April 17, 5-6pm
Various Dates - We Create Jazz Festival/Symposium
The We Create Jazz Council is comprised of women and men in the Cincinnati music scene, ranging from performers, educators, promoters, and supporters. Through strategic partnerships between Jazz Alive, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music, and the community at large they are creating Cincinnati’s first-ever We Create Jazz festival/symposium for, by and about women.
4.13 - Sherrie Maricle & The Diva Jazz Orchestra, Walnut Hills High School
4.14 - UC CCM Alumnae Jazztet, Women Writing for (a) Change
4.17 - Angie Coyle Quartet, Schwartz’s Point Jazz & Acoustic Club
4.20 - CCM Jazz featuring Tia Fuller, CCM Corbett Auditorium
4.28 - CCM Jazz: The Vocal Styling of Carla Cook, CCM Corbett Auditorium
For ticket information and more details, visit: www.facebook.com/pg/WeCreateJazz/events/
Mondays in April - PAR-Projects Workshops
PARProjects is hosting two, two-week workshops for students.
April 8 & 15, You and Your Camera: Led by Project Grantee Kailah Ware, this workshop is designed to re-introduce students to their digital cameras and to help students unlock features of their smartphones that will help them take better images.
April 22 & 29, Creative Tech: This workshop is designed to introduce students to the Mac computer lab environment, as well as a few valuable entry-level techniques in the Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Google Slides (presentation software).
Where: PAR-Projects' Headquarters, 1662 Hoffner Street
When: Mondays, 6-8:30pm
To register: http://parprojects.com/OurCalendar/
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