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BLINK RELEASES LINEUP OF LOCAL ARTISTS FOR 2024 FESTIVAL

We’re just several months out from Cincinnati’s premier arts and lights festival, BLINK 2024, and organizers are giving us a glimpse of what we can expect from the dazzling showcase of art installations, murals, projections and more.

BLINK announced its artist lineup Thursday, which includes 32 local artists:

Muralists
  • Chroma Projects, Cincinnati, OH
  • Gee Horton, Cincinnati, OH
  • Javarri Lewis, Cincinnati, OH
  • William Rankins Jr., Cincinnati, OH
Lighted Artists
  • AfroChine, Cincinnati, OH
  • Asianati Night Market, Cincinnati, OH
  • Asha Ama, Cincinnati, OH
  • Bill Thomas, Cincinnati, OH
  • Britni Bicknaver with Brianna Kelly, Newport, KY
  • Caitlin McCall, Cincinnati, OH
  • Christine Langford, Newport, KY
  • Daniel Shields, Covington, KY
  • Drive Media House/JONBOB, Cincinnati, OH
  • Evan Verrilli, Cincinnati, OH
  • Jessica Wolf, Cincinnati, OH
  • Kyle Eli Ebersole + Ian Molitors (Resonate Wave), Cincinnati, OH
  • Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, Cincinnati, OH
  • Kemper Sauce Studios, Cincinnati, OH
  • Kevin Kunz (The Adventurer), Cincinnati, OH
  • Tom Tsuchiya, Blue Ash, OH
  • Warmth Culture, Cincinnati, OH
Projection Artists
  • Asa Featherstone IV, Cincinnati, OH
  • Black Art Speaks, Cincinnati, OH
  • Brandon Kraemer, Dayton, KY
  • Chaske Haverkos, Cincinnati, OH
  • Jason Snell, Cincinnati, OH
  • Kyle Eli Ebersole, Cincinnati OH
  • Lightborne, Cincinnati OH
  • Moonbuggy, Ft. Thomas, KY
  • Mural Remix, Cincinnati, OH
  • Scott Budd, Newport, KY
  • Spotted Yeti Media, Covington, KY
Local and regional arts and technology programs like the Art Academy of Cincinnati, Columbus College of Art and Design and Miami University’s Department of Emerging Technology in Business and Design will also be participating in BLINK. 

“I’ve been fortunate to have the gift of time to really be intentional about what BLINK is and can be,” Justin Brookhart, executive director of BLINK, said in a press release. “We want it centered around the artists and our regional community. From the opening ceremonies, to the artwork, to the parties we hope people will throw, BLINK embraces all of who we are.”

In total, BLINK, which is taking place Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 17-20, will feature more than 80 global artists, who will create 15 one-of-a-kind murals and 70 light-based art and projection mapping installations. In April, organizers also announced that they would be expanding the festival’s footprint into Newport, spanning the festival across three cities, the Ohio River and over 30 city blocks.

“Iconic Cincinnati landmarks, as well as hidden corners of the urban core, will be bathed in a kaleidoscope of colors, as the community is invited to explore, play and interact with the works all across the city,” reads a press release.

Some fan-favorite installations returning this year include Dan Shields’ String Theory, as well as the illuminated Toy Heritage mural, Asianati Night Market and the drone show. New this year is a laser projection that will stretch across the Ohio River, and for the first time since Cincinnati’s Lumenocity days, Music Hall will be illuminated.

In 2022, BLINK drew over 2 million attendees, which created $126 million in economic impact for the region.

Learn more about BLINK: blinkcincinnati.com.


Original Source: https://www.citybeat.com/arts/blink-releases-lineup-of-local-artists-for-2024-festival-17654872
  





















     
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