Anila Quayyum Agha

Anila Quayyum Agha, Cincinnati Art Musem

The FRCH Creative Culture Committee took some lucky FRCH-ers on a field trip last week to the Cincinnati Art Museum to experience the art of Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha. The exhibit entitled, All the Flowers Are for Me (Red), was created using laser-cut steel and light. Light emanates from the red lacquered cube, enveloping the gallery in intricate shadows that ripple and change as visitors move through the space. A few FRCH-ers share their reactions to the stunning display: Read more of this post

Empty Bowls

Empty Bowls 2017, FRCH

This year a group of FRCH-ers got together to donate their time and talent to a local organization called Empty Bowls of Butler County.  The Empty Bowls concept started over 25 years ago in Michigan as an international project to fight hunger, personalized by artists and art organizations on a community level. People in the community contribute soup bowls that are individually painted and the finished products are then used as serving pieces for a fundraising meal of soup and bread. Contributing guests are then able to keep the empty bowls. Today Empty Bowls has grown to an innumerable number of events all over the country, benefiting numerous non-profits.

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The “Find Your Art” Challenge

ArtsWave, FRCH Find Your Art

FRCH’s annual ArtsWave campaign is just around the corner! We hope to heighten awareness that Cincinnati is home to impressive art collections, spectacular theater and dance, memorable chef-inspired culinary experiences, and events that will entertain and stimulate. This year, we aim to inspire you to “Find Your Art” by celebrating all forms of art in our week long campaign to benefit ArtsWave. Read more of this post

Off To The Races: Keeneland 2016

Keeneland, FRCH, Creative FuelWe all look forward to springtime for the warming temperatures, longer days, and the beauty of Mother Nature coming to life after a long, cold winter.  And here at FRCH, nothing represents the arrival of spring as much as our annual Keeneland Celebration!  Our 30+ year tradition includes the Fitzgerald Award Ceremony and of course, a day of celebrating at the historic Keeneland Race Track in Lexington, Kentucky. Read more of this post

2015 Summer Soiree Celebration

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FRCH recently held its annual summer celebration, the 2015 Summer Soiree! It’s always nice to spend time with each other in a relaxed setting, share ideas and meet new additions to the team as well as their families. Read more of this post

MLB’s 2015 All-Star Break

MLB All Star Game, Cincinnati Baseball, 2015

The city of Cincinnati definitely put its best foot forward for MLB’s 2015 All-Star Break … and I was lucky enough to be a part of it all!  While numerous exciting events took place over the five day line-up, the highlight was our hometown hero, Todd Frazier’s clutch win of the Home Run Derby! Read more of this post

“A Night of Their Own” Reds Baseball 101

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Recently, The Cincinnati Reds hosted their annual “A Night Of Their Own” Baseball 101 event, exclusively for ladies (600 of them this year!) who wanted to experience what it is like to be a baseball player on and off the field. This event benefits the Reds Community Fund, which in turn helps the youth in the surrounding ‘Reds Country’. I was lucky enough to attend this event for the second time, so I wanted to share with you all the fun I had, as it keeps getting better every year! Read more of this post