The Carnegie’s Out of School Time programming provides students with opportunities to discover and create in all art forms when school is not in session – before or after school, weekends, and during the summer.

Past Community Art Project: IN THE CLOUDS

“In the Clouds” was a collaborative installation that included more than 260 Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky community members and was lead by artist team Batres Gilvin. Using a prepared canvas, let the organic shape spark your imagination and design your own “cloud” to be included in a collective art installation exhibiting at The Carnegie in 2022.

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The Carnegie provides arts enrichment workshops on-the-go directly to the community. Each program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore and discover within the art form and delivers a range of art opportunities, like visual arts, film, dance, theatre, creative writing, music, and more.

Ask how The Carnegie can tailor programming to meet your specific needs.

Bring The Carnegie to YOUR site – To discuss possibilities or for more information, contact Alissa Paasch at apaasch@thecarnegie.com or 859-957-1936.

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LANGUAGE: Sexual references, mild obscenities, and homophobic slurs.

ALCOHOL: Alcohol is consumed.

VIOLENCE: There is a boxing match in the musical.

FOR WHICH AUDIENCE: Kinky Boots is a mature musical comedy. The play is best suited for Grade 8 and up.

RATING: If it were a movie, Kinky Boots would be rated “PG-13.”


SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN is a family-friendly production, appropriate for all ages.

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