The Clifton Cultural Arts Center is accepting applications for the Golden Ticket Art Show, to be held at the CCAC Sept. 11-29, Opening: Saturday Sept. 11, 6-9 p.m. This show is being put on by popular demand to showcase Uptown artists. It will be juried by Cincinnati Art Museum Director Aaron Betsky, CAM Curator of Contemporary Art Jéssica García Flores and, Contemporary Arts Center Exhibition Director Carissa Barnard. The show is open to artists who work or live within a three-mile radius of the CCAC, 3711 Clifton Ave. Deadline for applications and delivery is Thursday Aug. 19. Drop off artwork at...

Urban, Regional Arts Center to Improve Accessibility and Modernize Historic Building with the Addition of an Elevator and Other Enhancements CINCINNATI, OH [February 5, 2010] - The Clifton Cultural Arts Center (CCAC), which began simply as a grassroots initiative of concerned citizens in Cincinnati's Clifton neighborhood to preserve and renovate the 1906 Clifton School building into a regional arts and learning campus, will celebrate the vision becoming a reality during an official groundbreaking ceremony to begin the first phase of renovations to the historic building on Monday, March 8, 2010. The groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Monday, March 8, 2010, from...

Urban, Regional Arts Center Announces Lineup of Classes for Visual Arts, Movement and Music CINCINNATI, OH [November 16, 2009] - The Clifton Cultural Arts Center (CCAC) announces its new winter lineup of enriching courses for kids and adults throughout Greater Cincinnati. The 2010 winter class schedule at the CCAC has a diverse array of courses for kids and adults -including the CCAC's newest addition, a Nia technique course for adults taught by Uma Sivaprasad. Nia technique, which means "body's way", is a movement exercise that is derived from nine different techniques of the disciplines of martial arts, dance arts and healing...

Fantastic news! We are delighted to share that the 1906 Clifton School building – home of the Clifton Cultural Arts Center (CCAC) – has been named one of Heritage Ohio's 2009 Top 10 Opportunities. Each year, Heritage Ohio selects 10 historic buildings around the state as top opportunities for redevelopment, based on the historical significance of the buildings, the potential for positive impact, and the level of community support. The Clifton School, currently being redeveloped as the Clifton Cultural Arts Center, is the only Cincinnati building included in this year's Top 10. Joyce Barrett, Executive Director of Heritage Ohio, explained their selection...

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