Clifton Cultural Arts Center

3711 Clifton Avenue
513-497-2860

Vision:

The guiding vision of Clifton Cultural Arts Center is one of a dynamic and collaborative civic hub – a bustling hive of artistic activity and personal expression where people of all ages and backgrounds, from all over Greater Cincinnati, will come and go from morning until evening.

But unlike any typical community arts center, Clifton Cultural Arts Center is uniquely inspired and endowed by the opportunity to create an unparalleled, multi-venue campus while preserving two significant historic buildings adjacent to the established Clifton Recreation Center.

With programs designed to appeal to a broad spectrum of ages, backgrounds and ability levels, Clifton Cultural Arts Center and our partners will attract a diverse array of accomplished and aspiring artists, hobbyists, aficionados, dabblers, and those who just come to observe, enjoy the unique environment and enrich their daily lives.



Reviews

Atiya Thomas

Rating:
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Clifton Cultural Arts Center is located in the heart of Clifton near Clifton Recreation Center. This is a place that is welcoming to all. There are events for the young, old, and in between. I especially enjoyed the concerts on the green. It has a nice vibe. There is also opportunity to rent out the space for events.

Manda

Rating:
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
My daughter hats Art Camp here. She made very open-ended things and met lots of new people.

Frederic Angus

Rating:
Friday, March 30, 2018
Amazing cultural events. A place to learn and enjoy with your family.

Elle Shaffer

Rating:
Thursday, April 5, 2018
It was very fun I go to school across the road and it is awesome recommended.

David Sommer

Rating:
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Variety of local arts and activities for all ages.

Recent News

Exhibition: What They Wore

Debora Myles Debora Myles, winner of the 8th annual CCAC Golden Ticket juried exhibition, presents what they wore, a body of work inspired by found children’s garments. Using handmade paper, paint, ink, thread and other ephemeral materials, th…

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Exhibition - Eternal Reflections on Belonging

Boisali Biswas, engaged in an ongoing exploration of belonging, weaves both fibers and memories. While still strongly connected to the traditional art forms and techniques from India, the artist’s methods and techniques have progressively incor…

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Summerfair Cincinnati Emerging Artists Exhibiton at Clifton Cultural Arts Center

ummerfair Cincinnati presents a diverse exhibition featuring the art work of 10 junior and senior art students from Greater Cincinnati colleges. Four local colleges will be represented by their students and their artwork. Exhibition Awards will be pr…

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Exhibition - Naturally Inspired

Naturally InspiredThis exhibit is a panoply of books, textiles and paper creations by members of the Cincinnati Book Arts Society. Take a moment to note the construction, materials and story found in each piece. Explore the art, look, observe, if per…

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Exhibition - It Girl

Amy Curtiss DavidoffIt Girl is a celebration of women’s clothing from 1860 – 1920. Pulled from the collection of Amy Curtiss Davidoff, the pieces convey a rapid change in aesthetics that reflected the momentum of the Western world. From the throa…

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Summerfair Cincinnati - Emerging Artists Exhibition

Summerfair Cincinnati is presenting it’s 2017 Emerging Artists Exhibition with 16 students representing 6 local colleges. These students have been chosen by their professors as the best in class, to be a part of this learning experience. This is ju…

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Exhibition - Reflections On A Journey

Edward Wolfley Painting Retrospective A retrospective of masterful paintings by one of DAAP’s Fine Art professors emeritus, this exhibition spans 40 years of work. The range begins in mid 20th century with landscape and figurative abstractions, whi…

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Exhibition - Cincinnati: The Paris Of America

Cincinnati, Ohio is in the process of going through a great revival that Cincinnatians are prideful of. Did you know in 1870-1895 that Cincinnati was nicknamed “Paris of America”? It appears Cincinnati was going through a progression quite parall…

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Exhibition - The Summer Papa Died By Amy Warner

CCAC is proud to present this solo exhibition by artist and actress Amy Warner. The Summer Papa Died captures the universality of emotions associated with death, loss and mortality, while exploring the immortality inherent to artistic expression. Amy…

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