Artists from all over Cincinnati are coming together to launch the city’s newest art gallery, The Red Door Project. Inspired by the idea that art is in the eye of the beholder, the gallery features artwork by dozens of Cincinnatians from all backgrounds and walks of life. Enjoy a night of bidding on your favorite local artwork along with complimentary appetizers and drinks. 


This month's theme is Market Days: Home Grown. The idea is to create a piece of art in any mixed media (found objects, drawing, painting, photography). It can be 2D or 3D but must be based on the theme of the month. In its first three shows, the Red Door Project has featured work from more than 50 local artists – with over 85% of what’s submitted being sold.

Market Days: Home Grown show will take place on May 30th from 6-10PM on the west side of Findlay Market at the Crown Building, 1739 Elm Street. The former Crown Furniture Store has recently been renovated to its 1865 appearance and within weeks of being finished was fully rented leaving only the retail space on the first floor available. 

The gallery event will be part of Findlay Market’s new Findlay After Five, with businesses open after hours to gallery patrons. Those who come will not only get to enjoy art, but the OTR biergarten, Eli’s Barbeque, Market Wines, Dojo Gelato and Pho Lang Thang.