CINCINNATI—Too many artists compete for too few gallery spaces in and around Cincinnati. That’s why Summerfair Cincinnati and the Emerging Artists Exhibition program are vital.
Top undergraduate art students from area universities were hand-picked for a recent group exhibition, and three of the best were chosen for a more focused group show at the Malton Art Gallery, in Cincinnati. They are Dan Dickersheid from the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati native Kristen Uhl, who now attends Miami University, and Chicago native Anna Keefer, who recently graduated from Miami.
Though the exhibition closed one week ago, we met the artists at the opening reception and found out why this exhibition was so important to their budding careers.
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