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Images from The Northside House

The initial success of The Northside House, our eclectic gallery space, which was nestled comfortably in the Northside community of Cincinnati is one of the main reasons we stay motivated to push on. We understand our value as a group and now know we have the talents to pull off great events that not only support the arts, but support ideas of community through creative outreach.

Below is a slideshow containing images from our inaugural event.

Articles that were written about The Northside House can also be found at:
(via City Beat)

(via Soap Box Media)


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