Dania Eliot

Dania is a Florida native (yes, they do exist), but has lived in the greater Cincinnati area for some time now. She graduated from Thomas More College, majoring in English and minoring in Art History, and attended the graduate programs of Art History and Arts Administration at the University of Cincinnati. For ten years, Dania was a non-profit fundraiser for local organizations, but has now turned her attention to filmmaking. She produces an arts program on local artists for Northern Kentucky cable access, which can be viewed online: http://creativelives.blip.tv You may also visit her blog to view her movie-a-day project: http://dania-amovieaday.blogspot.com 'Dania' is pronounced DAYN-YA

Maurice Mattei

Pictures from Italy. Photographs by Maurice Mattei October 29, 2010-February 18, 2011 Iris Bookcafe and Gallery, 1331 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 There will be an artist talk on Sunday, December 5 at 2:00 p.m

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Creative Lives: Anna Kipervaser

Anna Kipervaser discusses the documentary and audio archive project “Voices and Faces of the Adhan: Cairo” Video by Dania Eliot

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One Solid Mutiny: Zachary Rawe at U·Turn Art Space

Video by Dania Eliot U·turn Art Space, 2159 Central Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45214 hours: Saturdays, 12-4 pm

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TODT at Synthetica | m | Gallery

Video by Dania Eliot TODT at Synthetica | m | Gallery, 2157 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214. Through May 29, 2010.

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Kim Flora at PAC Gallery

Video by Dania Eliot ‘Personal Vistas: New Paintings by Kim Flora’ at The PAC Gallery, 2540 Woodburn Avenue, Cincinnati. Gallery hours: Friday and Saturday 2:00 – 7:00 p.m. Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Call 513.321.5200 for more information. Exhibition continues through April 11, 2010. Partial online slideshow: http://www.pacgallery.net/exhibitions/kim-flora/index.html

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Eric Ruschman: “If Anything Happens, You Are My Constant”

Video by Dania Eliot ‘Something for Everyone’ at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, 1028 Scott Boulevard, Covington, KY.  Featuring art by Erik Ruschman, Ken Auerbach, Ken Page, Jessica Grace Bechtel and New Perceptions.  Through Nov. 25, 2009.

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