Here’s where you’ll find the PL Family this month:
Apply for School Board School:
2018 PL Fellow Elisa Hoffman is recruiting for Class 2 of School Board School. School Board School is a six-month program that prepares a diverse network of engaged citizens and aspiring school board members to be ready to serve as effective school board members and education advocates.
Next information session, June 5, 6-7:30pm at the Junior League. RSVP here.
Application ends June 24. Apply or nominate someone great at: www.schoolboardschool.org.
Apply for Queen City Certified:
Queen City Certified sets the standard for gender equity in the US workplace. 2018 PL Fellow Nicole Armstrong is now accepting applications for the QCC fall cohort. Queen City Certified works with and recognizes leaders and organizations that aren’t just talking about gender equity, but implementing real changes to policy and culture to improve the world of work for everyone.
Ready to get started? Apply now for the 2019 Fall Cohort at www.queencitycertified.com.
6.1 – Ruya Turkish Coffee Gelato Launch + Pop-up
Where: La Grassa, 7014 Miami Ave, Madeira, Ohio 45243
Details: Globe Grantee Melissa Aydogan’s project Rüya has collaborated with La Grassa on a Turkish Coffee flavored gelato. As the weather heats up, you can still enjoy the traditional Turkish Coffee flavor you fell in love with.
6.1 & 6.2 – Make Someone’s Day Pop-up At Newport Garden Walk Vendor Market
Where: 415 Park Avenue, Newport, KY 41071
Details: Globe Grantee Bethany Pelle is bringing her ceramic The Newport Garden Walk will feature eight selected private gardens open for your enjoyment, while the vendor market will feature twenty local artisans specializing in garden ornaments and plants, organic edibles, and garden themed arts and crafts. It’s free to visit the vendors market.
Tickets: Are available on site or through the East Row Garden Club, https://www.eastrowgardenclub.org/event-3250564
6.12–10____Women Culmination Exhibit
Where: Harriet Beecher Stowe House, 2950 Gilbert Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45206
When: Doors open 6pm, program begins at 7pm
Details: Project Grantees Kristen and Jeff Seuss’ project 10___Women seeks to celebrate 10 historic women who had an impact on Cincinnati. Join for a culmination event to learn more about the first class of women selected with guest speakers, original portraits, meet-the-artists, character actors, informational exhibits. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments provided. RSVP here .
6.22 – Globefront Grand Opening of Digital Playscape
Our final Globefront Grantees Allison Lester and Noah Glaser are opening the next experience called Digital Playscape focused on sharing with visitors how STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) can help us all investigate and understand the world.
People of all ages and abilities are invited to explore, experiment, test, take risks, and discover innovative technology through interacting with large-scale projectors, diving into Virtual Reality worlds, coding Raspberry Pis, creating music through Makey Makey circuit boards, building robots, 3D printing, learning to build and fly drones, and so much more!
Each week Digital Playscape will host new events that take on a social impact concept (empathy, collaboration, communication, to name a few). Be there for Opening Night June 22 and plan a visit before the six weeks are up.
Grand Opening: Saturday, June 22
Ongoing hours: Saturdays from 10am–5pm and Sundays from noon–5pm through July
RSVP: Stay tuned to the Facebook page for details: www.facebook.com/digitalplayscape
6.23 – Abundance Box Workshop
The Abndnce test lab is a short series of workshops focused on seasonal holistic products for home, health and happiness created by Project Grantee Kaia Goodwin. Workshops focus on herbal education and creation. Beach Ready will discuss herbal benefits and preparation of moisture rich, skin soothing, Oatmeal-Mint & Lavender Shave Cream. Light snacks and drinks provided. 21+
Where: People’s Liberty, 1806 Elm St.
RSVP: Limited availability. RSVP here.
6.29 – SoundWebs 2: Swwwish. Pluck. Ding!
Project Grantee Rebecca Smithorn’s SoundWebs explores wordless sound, wordless music, and the ways they intersect through a series of musical events in unexpected Cincinnati spaces. With musical ensembles performing classical, contemporary, and experimental works. The Court & Walnut Garage transforms into a concert hall, with concert:nova performing Debussy's delicate *Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun* and two newly commissioned works. Event is free and open to the public.
Where: Court & Walnut Parking Garage
More info: soundwebs.org.
6.29 – Call for Memories from Continuance
Continuance is a community arts collective focused on memory. They are building an audio archive of collected responses to the prompt "tell me about a place you cannot return to.” Ultimately, they are hoping to turn these collected audio memories into an experiential exhibit that will blend sound design and art.
Have an event we should add? Send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.