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It Is Possible, A Celebration of Susan O’Malley’s Life and Work

Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses and ArtWorks partnered to create this mural, featuring the powerful and positive text-based art of internationally recognized artist, Susan O'Malley. ArtWorks employed a team of eight local Youth Apprentices, ... Read more

Creatress

Wildlife, nature, and Mother Earth have always made Springfield Township special, but a focus on the arts and how they complement the township's rich natural history helped reshape this community's identity. ArtsConnect and ArtWorks partnered to ... Read more

Avondale Heroes

Powered by the NEP and PIVOT initiative, Avondale residents asked the City of Cincinnati, the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio and ArtWorks to create this mural in celebration of heroes in Avondale. Lead designer and former Avondale ... Read more

Avondale Pride: We Rise from the Ashes

The Community Builders and ArtWorks partnered to bring a series of three murals to the new Avondale Town Center. Cedric Michael Cox, who designed the former Avondale Pride mural at the previous Town Center, designed the new installations inspired by ... Read more

Fiona and Bibi at the Cincinnati Zoo

This inaugural Paints-by-Numbers' mural features Cincinnati's beloved Fiona the hippo at her home in the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. This piece is a visual celebration of Fiona, whose survival story captured the heart of the Cincinnati ... Read more

Dreaming Blues

Mamie Smith—a legend, icon and Cincinnati native—was the first-ever African American blues recording artist. In fact, Mamie Smith was the first ever blues recording artist. Period! In celebration of her remarkable contributions to the American ... Read more

New Lines Phase II: Bolivar Alley

New Lines is a series of artworks that aims to bring attention and appreciation to the unique alleyway systems that exist within Cincinnati's urban core. This summer, ArtWorks is excited to create an ambitious series of murals in the neighborhood of ... Read more

REFUGE: Waves to Wellness

The Academy of World Languages (AWL), Cincinnati Public Schools, the Community Learning Center Institute and ArtWorks partnered to create this mural as a welcoming beacon on the side of the AWL Wellness Center. AWL is a Preschool-8th grade citywide ... Read more

The Early Bird

Saturday Hoops partnered with ArtWorks to create this mural in celebration of the vibrancy and resilience of Saturday Hoops participants and their families. Founded by Ed Berg in 2004, Saturday Hoops is a volunteer-run program of the Cincinnati ... Read more

All In This Story Together

The Village of Silverton and ArtWorks partnered to employ a team of five local Youth Apprentices led by a local Teaching Artist—creating the first Silverton community mural to serve as a gateway marker for the Village. This work, designed by ... Read more

Expression Explosion

Visionaries + Voices (V+V) partnered with ArtWorks to create this mural as a project designed to build a more inclusive community through creative collaboration between ArtWorks and V+V Artists, artists with and without disabilities working ... Read more

Emerge

This commemorative mural celebrates the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati in its 125th anniversary and pays tribute to the 19 local women who banded together one vision of making their own way in pursuit of art. To celebrate this milestone, local ... Read more

It’s Your Thing

ArtWorks partnered with Bartlett Wealth Management to bring to life a mural that celebrates the work of Cincinnati-born musical legends the Isley Brothers. Inspired by one of the group’s most beloved recordings from the 1960s, “It’ Your ... Read more

Endangered Species Mural Project : Indiana Bat

"Just as nature inspires art, art inspires actions to defend wild places and the wild creatures that live in them." With this in mind, the Center for Biological Diversity's Endangered Species Mural Project works with artists, scientists, and ... Read more

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