Keith Banner has published two works of fiction, and essays and short stories in a number of magazines and journals. He cofounded Visionaries & Voices and Thunder-Sky, Inc., two local non-profit arts organizations. Visit his [Blog].
Aaron Betsky is the current director of the Cincinnati Art Museum. He is the journal’s architecture critic.
Daniel Brown is an Independent Art Advisor who builds corporate and private art collections across America. He is also a freelance curator, mainly in Cincinnati, Columbus, and Kansas City, specializing in contemporary art.
Karen S. Chambers has written extensively about fine art, craft, and design for international publications.
Jane Durrell writes on the visual arts and travel for a variety of publications. Her career has tacked between stints at various museums, particularly the Cincinnati Art Museum, and journalism.
Dania Eliot, a graduate of Thomas More and former CCM student, she produces an arts program on local artists for Northern Kentucky cable access. Visit her personal [Blog].
A.C. Frabetti founded and directed his own private art gallery in Italy, where he resided for ten years. He holds an MFA, an MA, and a Certificate in Art and Philosophy from Stony Brook University. Visit his [Blog].
Laura P. Yoo is a writer and museum professional with degrees in English and art history. In her writing on art she is interested in themes of language, gender and cultural identity.
Dustin Pike, a Cincinnati native, is a practicing graphic designer and artist. Visit his [web site] here.
Alan D. Pocaro is an artist, educator, and writer. He earned an MFA from Miami University, an MA from the University of Akron, and a BFA from Ohio University.
Selena Reder‘s interest in the arts stems from her mother, sculptor Stephanie Cooper, and her grandfather, designer Richard A. Cooper.
David Rosenthal is a photographer, educator, and the founder of Prairie Gallery. He earned a BA from Cornell, a JD from Indiana University, and an MFA from the University of Cincinnati.
Jerry Stein has 38 years experience as a critic, arts writer and reporter with The Cincinnati Post, having covered a wide spectrum of the arts that included visual arts, film, theater and dance.
Kathy Stockman is an art historian, writer, and critic living in Cincinnati. She is the founder of Cincinnati Art Snob [Blog].