Early Learning Fun in NKY

Stories, letters, nature & sensory play appeal to young kids  Northern Kentucky has a wealth of fun learning opportunities for young children. They love to spot letters and identify colors. They can be completely still as they squat down to observe a passing snail or spend hours running, jumping and climbing.  We’ve pulled together many of theContinue reading “Early Learning Fun in NKY”

Artisan Markets in Cincinnati

  The Cincinnati area has many markets scattered throughout almost every neighborhood and they all offer a variety of different things for everyone to enjoy!  Most of them are outdoors and have plenty of things to engage in for the whole family!  A lot of them have local food and support small businesses, while highlightingContinue reading “Artisan Markets in Cincinnati”

Season 2 of Beyond the Curb: River City Living – Popular YouTube series showcases NKY homes

When COVID-19 prevented the Catalytic Fund from hosting their in-person Beyond the Curb tours, they instead produced a series of video home tours, featuring a variety of homes in NKY’s urban river cities. Season 2 of the series has kicked off with an episode about a 1920’s house on a ridge in Bellevue. The tenContinue reading “Season 2 of Beyond the Curb: River City Living – Popular YouTube series showcases NKY homes”

Creative Arts and Music Festival in Cincinnati

We are excited to start announcing events that are happening in Cincinnati for the spring and summer!  Especially the ones that are outdoors and have a lot of different things for people of all ages to experience and enjoy! One that we’re participating in and can’t wait to attend is “CampSITE Social Art: An AbstractContinue reading “Creative Arts and Music Festival in Cincinnati”

Cincinnati Outdoor Sculpture Art

We took an adventure around Cincinnati to explore some of the many sculptures that are featured outside throughout the area and had a magical time engaging with these works of art!  All of them are free to take a look at and are very pleasant places to visit!  Most of them are interactive experiences andContinue reading “Cincinnati Outdoor Sculpture Art”

Remake Learning Days Festival Celebrates Hands-On Learning

On May 15-17, 2021, Greater Cincinnati will host the virtual Remake Learning Days festival to inspire families to spend time learning together.   Educators, artists, scientists and makers from across the region are sharing more than 100 lessons, activities and demonstrations, both on demand and as interactive sessions.   Remake Learning Days Across America, a celebration of learning innovation, is in its fifthContinue reading “Remake Learning Days Festival Celebrates Hands-On Learning”

Summer Camps in Cincinnati

 If you’re looking for a summer camp in the Cincinnati area, then you’re in luck because there are a ton of them! And we’ve got you covered on how to find them and get involved!  From sports programs to arts and crafts workshops, Cincinnati has it all!  Including exploring and learning about nature and science,Continue reading “Summer Camps in Cincinnati”

Community Art and Education Programs in Cincinnati

Cincinnati has endless opportunities to participate in art making, while learning new techniques and skills!  Some great aspects about Community Art and Education Programs in the area are that you can find something to join in on for all ages and at any level of experience!  Most programs are even free to take part in!Continue reading “Community Art and Education Programs in Cincinnati”

Do Valentine’s Day Differently

This year, you are probably looking for a creative, safe way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. How about a fun, free scavenger hunt?  The NKY Public Arts Network is partnering with Newport on the Levee to present Finders Keepers Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt.  It’s a perfect activity for a couple, a group of friends or a family. The huntContinue reading “Do Valentine’s Day Differently”

Exploring Covington’s Black History

Covington’s Black residents and businesspeople are part of the city’s vibrant history that is visible in many of its buildings, statues and murals. A new self-guided walking tour that highlights these points of interest has recently been added to the NKY Art Tours website and can be accessed for free.  Originally developed by the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC),Continue reading “Exploring Covington’s Black History”