Join us as we wander the sidewalks and explore West Price Hill. We'll be snapping photos for a printed edition dedicated to the neighborhood. No photographic experience necessary (in fact, your cameraphone will work just fine!). This event is open to all ages, whether you live in West Price Hill or always wanted to explore.
Explore East Walnut Hills and capture the sights, history and architecture of the neighborhood with our excellent guide, Daniel Becker. Meet on the steps of on steps of Saint Francis De Sales, charge up your phone or camera and grab a Guidebook.
See photos submitted (so far!) for the Madisonville Edition and tour the Manifest Drawing Center Photo Lab. Kate Cunningham will demonstrate black & white photographic printing processes in the darkroom! Light refreshments provided.
Have photos you’d like to share? Visit photocorps.org/madisonville
RSVP on Facebook or simply stop by for a few minutes. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 271-2495
Join us as we wander the sidewalks and explore Lower Price Hill. We'll be snapping photos for a printed edition dedicated to the neighborhood. No photographic experience necessary (in fact, your cameraphone will work just fine!). This event is open to all ages, whether you live in Lower Price Hill or always wanted to explore.
RSVP on Facebook or simply show up!
A favorite walk through nature, we're teaming up with Hike & Hydrate to wander the trails of Parker Woods in Northside. A fairly well maintained path through beautiful and densely wooded areas, there are some elevation changes, be sure to wear shoes with good traction. We'll meet at the corner of Bruce and Haight Street.
About Hike & Hydrate: A semi-(un)regular gathering of individuals who enjoy long walks and libations started by Everyday Co. Their take on these hikes:
We start out as strangers.
We walk. We talk.
Then we're not strangers anymore.
See some photos of the trail - After-hike libations at The Comet. - RSVP on Facebook or simply show up in your hiking shoes.
Join us as we wander the sidewalks and explore East Price Hill. We'll be snapping photos for a printed edition dedicated to the neighborhood. No photographic experience necessary (in fact, your cameraphone will work just fine!). This event is open to all ages, whether you live in East Price Hill or always wanted to explore.
RSVP on Facebook or simply show up!
Explore Walnut Hills and capture the sights, history and architecture of the neighborhood with our excellent guide, Daniel Becker. Meet at the Walnut Hills Library, charge up your phone or camera and grab a Guidebook.
We're exploring Walnut Hills all summer as part of our neighborhood editions. Learn more about the Walnut Hills Edition and how to contribute photos!
RSVP on Facebook for this photowalk or simply show up!
PhotoCorps is teaming up with You Are Here to post photos around this room sized installation that ties together Cincinnati neighborhoods in an intricate drawing. Stop by after work, enjoy some refreshments and see photography in an entirely new context!
Oh, and if you haven't seen the First Edition, you can check it out and pick one up!
RSVP on Facebook or simply stop by!
This walk is organized by Tri-State Trails and is part of their Opening Day celebrations around the city. Take a guided tree walk along Little Duck Creek Trail in Madisonville and learn about the plants and invasive species found there. Hear what’s planned for the trail and log your distance along the way. The trailhead is behind Madisonville Smart Elementary, which faces 4324 Homer. (Enter parking lot from Bramble.)
For more information, visit the Little Duck Creek Trail event page.
Tucked between Oakley, Fairfax, Indian Hill and Kenwood, Madisonville is the focus of our photowalk on the first of April. Established in 1809 as Madison, Ohio after the newly elected President James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, the neighborhood has seen tremendous development planning in recent years.
Join us as we travel the sidewalks and explore the area. No photographic experience necessary!
RSVP on Facebook or simply show up!
They will give short presentations recapping their Fellowship year. Afterwards, we'll welcome the new 2017 Haile Fellows as we pass the torch. Stick around for refreshments and chat time with the People’s People at the end of the night.
Bonus? Chris will be previewing the inaugural printed edition of PhotoScouting! The first 20 participants will be able to take their copy home that night!*
6:30PM People time
7:00PM Wrap up and get to bed early
RSVP on Facebook or simply stop by!
1805 Elm Street (in the old Globe Furniture building across from Findlay Market)
* Additional copies of the PhotoScouting First Edition will be available soon. These will be shipped to all participants and available for purchase by anyone!
Cancelled. We're going to reschedule this photowalk for a less wet day!
Bundle up! We're doing a winter photowalk through Terrace Park. We'll be following the route developed by the Terrace Park Historical Society and wander through the historic neighborhood with our cameras.
RSVP on Facebook or simply show up at the gazebo in the Village Green.
Explore the Art Museum, experiment with art, and express your creativity in this monthly program for adult visitors. This month, take a tour of Kentucky Renaissance: The Lexington Camera Club and Its Community, 1954–1974 before you create your own photography with PhotoCorps.
Reservations required. $5 for Art Museum Members and college students; $10 general admission. Purchase tickets here.
We're wandering the streets of Over the Rhine while the windows are a-glow with creative displays this holiday season. We'll gather at dusk inside Park + Vine and then head out to explore the architecture and sights of the historic area. A visual scavenger hunt along the way will keep our eyes sharp. Thanks to OTR Chamber for helping bring organizations together to make sure this walk is filled with holiday spirit and light.
View the event and RSVP on Facebook or simply dress warm, charge up your camera and join us!
Designed with the whole family in mind, Cincinnati Art Museum's Family First Saturdays feature performances, artist demonstrations, storytelling, scavenger hunts, tours, and hands-on art making activities. The theme this month is Camera Club to compliment the current exhibition: Kentucky Renaissance.
Bring your friends and a Grab a PhotoScouting book!
FREE. Reservations not required. More information on the Cincinnati Art Museum website.
Save the date. Dan Becker is leading a tour through the sidewalks of Clifton to learn about the history and architecture of notable mansions. We'll meet at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center, on the Clifton Ave. side and then wander among majestic houses and autumn scenery.
We're taking another page from the excellent Walking Cincinnati book and wandering around Westwood, Cincinnati's largest neighborhood.
Originally established as a desirable residential neighborhood, Westwood was included as part of the expansion to Cincinnati's growing inner-city population during the 19th to mid-20th centuries. Many of Cincinnati's wealthy industrialists built their homes in Westwood, including Procter & Gamble founder James Gamble.
We'll meet at Westwood Town Hall and include points of interest including the Bell Telephone Exchange Building, James N. Gamble property, Firehouse Engine Co. No. 35, and Treasure Alley to name a few. We'll cover about 3 miles during our walk.
Check out the Fotofocus exhibition for Roe Ethridge at the CAC, and then celebrate all the ways science and photography can come together in this month’s CAC Makerspace: Photo Hacks . Bring your cell phone and learn surprising new ways to use its camera, including microphotography, 3D images and how to make DIY lenses.
Stop by the PhotoCorps table to pick up your PhotoScouting Guidebook.
This event is free thanks to Duke Energy.
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The Soul of Downtown walking tour is just over a mile long and covers 8-12 murals in downtown Cincinnati, including four artworks in our Cincinnati Master Artist series: Charley Harper’s Homecoming (Bluebirds), John Ruthven’s Martha, the Last Passenger Pigeon, Tom Wesselmann’s Still Life #60, and our brand new Elizabeth Nourse mural, Self Portrait. In addition to learning about Cincinnati’s finest artists, Artworks guides will lead you around downtown Cincinnati, connecting the story of each mural to its location, highlighting places that make our City special.
The tour is approximately 90 minutes long. The tour will start and end at the ArtWorks building at 20 E. Central Parkway.
Come and mix photography, socializing, shop-talk and networking with other like-minded photographers while enjoying $1 burgers. The camaraderie and chit-chat is easy flowing and fun too. Show & Tell! Bring your recent photographs and share them with the group.
Invite anyone you want...the more the merrier. Stop by when you can. Details on Meetup.
Michael DeMaria’s Rube Goldberg inspired interactive installation, Serendipity of Sound, is driven primarily by the kinetic movement of ping pong balls. His engineering-marvel will highlight key aspects of Cincinnati’s history and cultural icons as well as emit musical sounds. Get ready to be surprised: Details here!
PhotoCorps is excited to enlist the expert guides at Cincinnati Brewery Tours for this photowalk. Beer helped build this city, and the stories of those days still resonate today. Explore the breweries, cellars, and tunnels that were the heart of Cincinnati's brewing heritage. Have your cameras and phones charged for what will be lots of photo opportunities.
This is a free event, but tickets are required: Get free tickets
Stop by Block Coffee in Price Hill and meet with Brandon from Retire Repair, Jake from People's Liberty and Chris from PhotoCorps. Have a cup of coffee on us, grab a PhotoScouting Guidebook and let's talk about anything... Cincinnati, your neighborhood, home improvement, photography, pets, coffee, anything. Oh? And have a treat from Fat Ben's Bakery. Seriously good.
Note: This event time has changed to Wednesday morning to include more awesomeness.
Join the Cincinnati Preservation Collective for a walking tour of Sharon Woods Heritage Village Museum. Heritage Village Museum is a recreated 1800s community in Sharon Woods Park, in Sharonville, Ohio.. The village contains 13 historic buildings from around the Cincinnati area which were moved from their original locations, and placed here by the Miami Purchase Fund (later the Cincinnati Preservation Association) to save them from destruction.
Chris from PhotoCorps will be on hand with a backpack full of PhotoScouting Guidebooks.
Adults: $5, Children 5-11 $3, Children under four and members are free. For those without a valid 2016 Hamilton County Parks Pass - $10 per car.
For more information about the Photowalk or to RSVP, visit the CPC Facebook event page.
POPP=D ART is a mobile art gallery featuring local artworks - small and affordable. Their caravan will be parked on 7th St across from Braxton Brewing Company in Covington, KY for 12th Annual Art Off Pike: Creative Urban Arts Festival featuring performance art, art installations, local food and drink, live music, and more than 60 regional artists and creatives. Stop by the mobile gallery and pick up your PhotoScouting Guidebook!
Working writers, join other scribes at the Mercantile Library in downtown Cincinnati for an evening of merriment and mixing. When you arrive at the Mercantile building, take the elevator on the left of the lobby up to the 11th floor, pick up a PhotoScouting Guidebook and then enjoy the drinks, snacks and mingle. (Facebook RSVP)
Stop by Collective Espresso and have a cup of coffee on us and grab a PhotoScouting Guidebook. Let's talk about anything... Cincinnati, your neighborhood, photography, pets, coffee, anything.
Jake from People's Liberty will be present til 3pm so if you have a question about grants, that's cool too.
Celebrate the launch for 1DegreeOf Separation. Kailah Ware is very excited to share incredible stories of local Cincinnati residents through her 1DegreeOf Separation mixed media installation. The project brings Community-sourced stories to life that both ask and answer the question, “ What do you love about Cincinnati?”
There will be light refreshments and beer (naturally). Stop by and see the installation and pick up a PhotoScouting Guidebook. (RSVP Facebook)