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Arts4Wellness is a live, socially-distanced wellness program with creative flair offered each month to keep us healthy and hopeful throughout 2021. Experience yoga in FC Cincinnati's new TQL Stadium, healthy cooking tips from It's Commonly Jazz co-founder, Carolyn Wallace, behind-the-scenes stories from Cincinnati-filmed movies and so much more! 

Access to these events is an exclusive benefit for ArtsWave Pass members. For a $75+ gift to ArtsWave, you'll receive no-cost access to all 12 Arts4Wellness events, plus complimentary tickets, merchandise, dining deals and more from partners across the region.

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Upcoming Arts4Wellness Events



Step up to Sculpture at Pyramid Hill

July 24
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Get your steps in with a visit to Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, with free admission for you as a supporter of the arts through ArtsWave. Stroll through a curated route with your custom-designed audio tour that will guide you through 10,000 steps while engaging you with art, sculpture artists, nature, and master gardeners all around you! Learn about the Street Spark mural program that’s enlivening the City of Hamilton and check out our mural bus, complete with a selfie station. Round out your heart-pounding adventure with  performances by Queen City Opera, Ed “Sax” Thomas and more!

You can begin your adventure at any time between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Performance and Speaker Schedule:
10 a.m. | Ed "Sax" Thomas
11 a.m. | Brooks Taylor
Noon | Queen City Opera
1 p.m. | Young Professionals Choral Collective


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It's All in the Game

August 14
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For many people, family game night became a staple of the past year. Now you have the chance to play outside. Join us at Dunham Recreation Center, home to the TigerLilly Press, to enjoy a back-to-nature photo scavenger hunt in the park and then make your own letterpress checkerboard.

You’ll also enjoy performances throughout the day froma great lineup of local arts groups!


Stargazing at NKU

September 18
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

From the Supermoon to the Mars Rover, people have developed a renewed interest in astronomy over the past year. Join us at the NKU Planetarium and Observatory to learn how looking to the stars can help you put things in perspective on Earth.

Bring the family to learn about constellations and then go on a tour of the Observatory and a fun hands-on activity about the stars. More info to come!