As the largest and only multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, The Carnegie holds The Carnegie Galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center, and the Otto M. Budig Theatre. Did you know any of these other facts about this organization:
Play, connect, and discover at The Carnegie! Enjoy the Arts members receive $2 off Theater Series and Carnegie in Concert and $3 off admission to Gallery Openings! Find out what’s going on at The Carnegie at their website here!
Thinking about an Enjoy the Arts membership but just haven’t gotten around to it yet? Here are 3 great reasons why you should jump on the bandwagon before these deals are gone! http://enjoythearts.org/events
1.Contemporary Arts Center: Stop by to check out “Buildering: Misbehaving the City” before this exhibition leaves September 18th and enjoy half-price admission for you and a guest.
3. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company: 2 Complimentary tickets will be available this November for “Comedy of Errors” while they last! Additional ETA exclusive 15% discounts will be available for the remainder of open seats.
The Cincinnati Boychoir is an exciting organization that incorporates singers from school districts across the city. Did you know they are getting ready to celebrate their 50th season in March? Here are some other things you may not have known about this organization:
Keep an eye out for upcoming events with Cincinnati Boychoir for the 2014-2015 season on our website.
Located on the corner of 6th and Walnut, the Contemporary Art Center is located in a sleek modern building that you can’t miss. As a non-collecting institution, their exhibitions are ever-changing which allows room to please all audiences! Did you know any of these other facts about CAC?
With family, school, public, and other special events, there is always something going on at the Contemporary Arts Center. For a look at upcoming events, you can take a look at their website here. Remember, Enjoy the Arts members get two half-price admissions!
Memorial Hall is located in the heart of Over the Rhine next to Cincinnati Music Hall and across from Washington Park. It houses a small, acoustic theater originally designed for speaking, but also hosts musical events from organizations like the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. Check out some other cool facts you may not have known about Memorial Hall:
If you would like to learn more please visit Memorial Hall’s history blog visit http://cincinnatimemorialhall.com/history/history-blog/
You can also take a look at Memorial Hall’s website for details on upcoming events for the summer and fall seasons. Enjoy the Arts members receive a $5 discount on tickets!