Music, Moola & More


Music

Save Sunday, June 10, for the first ever Cliftonpalooza!
Sponsored by the Clifton Cultural Arts Center

Bring a chair. Bring a blanket. Bring a friend to this FREE outdoor musical event from 3 – 7 p.m. at the Clifton Carriage House.

Performers include:

  • Paul Paterson & Sylvia Mitchell – violin picnic
  • Venus Mission with Andrea Rosenthal – folk/rock
  • Terra Azul – Brazilian bossa nova
  • Heidi Yenney, Gerry & Coleman Itzkoff – string trio
  • Tendency to Lose It All – rock
  • Moonshine Drive – bluegrass
  • Adam Petersen – jazz trio

For the kids, there’s Miss Amanda’s Music Garden at 3 p.m. and face painting. Happen’s Community Canvas team will be on hand to create one of their woven community canvas artworks.

Refreshments and drinks can be purchased on-site from Sitwell’s and Brutopia. Local artists will be working on the second floor of the Carriage House during the event. Tours of the Carriage House will be available along with presentations about the mission and vision of the Clifton Cultural Arts Center.

The Clifton Carriage House is located at the east end of Wood Avenue, near the intersection of Wood and Middleton Avenues in Clifton. Enter through the pedestrian gates at end of Wood Avenue, east off Middleton Avenue. Parking is FREE and available at the Clifton Recreation Center at 320 McAlpin Avenue.

Moola

City issues arts grants
Cincinnati Enquirer, OH – May 11, 2007, by Jackie Demaline

The City of Cincinnati’s Arts, Culture, Tourism and Marketing committee closed out the $131,000 remaining in its Capital Improvements for the Arts Fund, with nine grants ranging from $1,500 to $50,000, all tied to economic development and neighborhood revitalization.

Gifts to neighborhood arts centers should mean more well-equipped performing spaces starting as soon as September.

The grants, starting with the largest:

Clifton Cultural Arts Center, $50,000. The proposed center consists of the 1906 Clifton School (adjacent to the new Fairview German Language School). It will offer 53,000 square feet of classroom, performance and public exhibition space, and the Hannaford-designed Carriage House, which will house a multi-functional workshop and performance space.

An open house is planned at Cliftonpalooza from 3 to 7 p.m. on June 10, featuring many local musicians as well as tours of the Carriage House and activities for kids.



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