Communiversity Announces New Partnership with The Carnegie Center of Colombia Tusculum

Adding to Communiversity’s existing partnerships is the nonprofit dedicated to providing community enrichment in the historic former Andrew Carnegie library.   By Cassie Lipp Communiversity instructor and freelance writer   A new partnership brings two  Communiversity courses to the residents of Colombia Tusculum this winter: Astrology 101: Cast Your Own Horoscope and Medical Marijuana: The... Continue Reading →

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Local movie director shares insider secrets

Chris Hilsabeck, an assistant movie director and location scout, will share his experience and tips about breaking into the movie business in a UC Communiversity class called On Screen Cincinnati. The class Sept. 30 coincides with the filming this year of the new Bruce Willis movie "Reprisal" at locations across Cincinnati. Originally from Austin, Texas,... Continue Reading →

Become an Intrepid Traveler with UC Communiversity

A local travel education organization, Wanderlust:Wanderlearn, is offering a series of classes, through UC Communiversity, designed to turn the tepid traveler into an intrepid one. In 2007, Simone Kuzma founded this travel organization after traveling and living abroad for 10 years. Wanderlust:Wanderlearn’s mission is to empower people to become more capable and confident independent travelers.... Continue Reading →

Preservation Triumphs in the Queen City

When one thinks of an iconic American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright immediately comes to mind. But one architect had equal impact — if not more — on the design of the American city: Daniel Burnham. Burnham built some of the first skyscrapers; directed construction of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, which inspired the City Beautiful... Continue Reading →

Explore the Sour Side of Beer

Early in the 19th century, before refrigeration and fermentation, almost all beer was sour. More recently, this trend has been making a come-back with craft brewers intentionally adding bacteria to their brews for a complex taste. In Cincinnati, we are fortunate to have a local craft brewery whose specialty is sours. Rivertown Brewery works diligently... Continue Reading →

Transform the Way You Walk and Move

Don’t be fooled: Future Life Now’s summer courses may be listed under fitness and health in Communiversity’s catalog, but they’re not traditional exercise classes. “We offer ‘transform the way you move through life’ classes,” said Cynthia Allen, Feldenkrais practitioner at Future Life Now, a holistic practice in Northside that Allen owns with her husband and... Continue Reading →

Summer Wellness Series

The owner of a holistic wellness center will teach a series of three emotional-wellness classes for women this summer in a partnership with Communiversity at the University of Cincinnati. Kristy Brandabur, a UC alumna (CECH ‘14) is the owner of Metamorphosis Holistic Wellness Center in Columbia-Tusculum, which offers services such as reiki, guided meditation, personal... Continue Reading →

Cincinnati and Soup

We look forward to tonight's new program, Facts, Food and Fun with Cincinnati and Soup author, Cheri Brinkman. Brinkman offers an agri-history of Cincinnati, answering the questions of why Cincinnatians grow and eat what we do. This class includes recipes and nostalgia from the recent past, plus a signed copy of Cheri Brinkman's book, Cincinnati... Continue Reading →

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