UC Clermont

ArtsWave Days brought to you by Macy's

boy and girl with face painting

ArtsWave Days is the signature event series as part of the 2020 ArtsWave Community Campaign, spanning multiple weekends February through April.  

UC Clermont College will proudly participate as a venue in Clermont County bringing family-friendly arts workshops, face painting, performances and more during the POWER OF HER Day on March 7. The POWER OF HER Day is presented by P&G with support from Macy's. Visit artswave.org for additional information. 

All ArtsWave Days activities at UC Clermont College are FREE and open to the public!

ArtsWave Days 2020 Schedule

POWER OF HER Day

Saturday, March 7, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The event schedule is subject to change.

10 a.m.-4 p.m.- Student Lounge
Creation Station Crafts
Practice your artistic skills at the craft tables with a variety of family-friendly activities.

10 a.m.-4 p.m.- Art Gallery, Snyder 140
“on dis-PLAY” An Exhibition by Cincinnati-based Artist Emily Moores
Take a walk through the art gallery to view Emily’s works of rolled, cut and folded paper that combines ornamentation and patterns in a unified monumental mass, fragile and detailed, yet also ominous and tumultuous.

10-11 a.m.- Snyder 142
How Grandmother Spider Stole the Sun
Come listen to this Native American Muskogee (Creek) story and after make a posable ‘mother’ arachnid (spider), in the style of artist Louise Bourgeois.

11-11:45 a.m.- Krueger Auditorium
Singing Bowls with Ron Esposito
Quartz Crystal Singing and Tibetan Brass Bowls are found throughout the world both within and without spiritual traditions.  Join Ron and experience the beauty and meditative/relaxing qualities of the singing bowls.

11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.- Student Lounge
Face Painting with Fabulous Faces by Jen
Jen and her team create ‘fabulous’ works of art with your face as the canvas!

12-12:45 p.m.- Krueger Auditorium
Belly Dance Performance
Local fusion dance company, Anaya Belly Dance, blends dance, theatre and music styles with old world belly dance to create a fun and eclectic performance that is both innovative and traditional.

12:30-1:30 p.m.- Art Lab, Snyder 153
Women in Modernism Collage Workshop
Exploring techniques of four 20th century female artists, Kim Taylor, Professor of Fine Arts will guide participants in a hands-on collage workshop.

1:00-1:30 p.m.- Krueger Auditorium
Ragtime Dances performed by Forget-Me-Not Historical Dance Company
Featuring Ragtime music written by women!  While the melodic music plays see if you can pick out the foxtrot, one step, Allen Glide, Santley Tango and more.   

2-3 p.m.- Snyder 142
Snap Button Poetry Workshop
Wearable art combines visual design with found poetry in this hands-on workshop.  Explore your individuality!  Create a one-of-a kind button while using interesting words and phrases from poetry by American female poets such as Emily Dickinson, Maya Angelou and others along with design elements such as ribbons, beads, stickers and more.

3-4 p.m.- Snyder 142
POWER OF HER Food Art
Cookies as art?  Why not!  During this fun activity, participants use a cookie as the base of their edible art to create inspirational POWER OF HER messages.

For more information, contact Community Arts at 513-558-1215 or
via email at clc-artsandevents@uc.edu.

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