We make sure AAC students do, offering a wide range of activities and events throughout the year.
To view the Calendar for all events for the 2012-2013 year, click here.
Some of the highlights include:
This lunch-hour lecture series features entertaining one-hour talks by professionals from throughout Cincinnati’s art community—artists, designers, teachers, critics, you name it. There are generally three talks per semester.
Soccer at AAC
One of AAC’s sports clubs, the Stinks, plays indoor soccer against teams from other organizations in the local art community. It’s a co-ed team, and the competition is pretty lighthearted. For a look at the Stinks' schedule, click here.
Open Mic Night
Twice per semester, AAC students have the opportunity to show off their musical, lyrical, and poetic talents. Hosted in the Commons, the Open Mic Night offers the perfect venue for self-expression.
New York Trip
Every year the Art Academy students and several teachers take a trip to New York city to explore the museums, urban culture and take a closer look at Contemporary Art. Faculty will create itineraries for the gallery and museum visits; students are encouraged to pick a faculty itinerary to follow for the day.
The AAC also offers a New York residency program to its students. For more information, click here.
The Art Academy galleries are part of the monthly Final Friday Art Walk in Over-the-Rhine. Galleries throughout the neighborhood stay open until 10 p.m. on the last Friday of each month. Final Friday receptions in the AAC galleries are open to the public and hosted by faculty and students.
Student Services also creates events such as Holiday Parties, Student Social Events during the common hour, an annual Snowflake Sale and end of the year gatherings.
Students are able to keep up to date on events on the AAC's student facebook page.
To view more photos, please visit the Student Life Flickr site.
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