Art brings people together.
We realize bombastic ideas, craft programs, curate exhibitions and unique collections.
The Rise of Sneaker Culture is the first exhibition to explore the complex social history and cultural significance of the footwear now worn by billions of people throughout the world.
An interactive exhibition at the Boston Children’s Museum encouraging children to reimagine how they view sneakers and art.
An exhibition embracing the joie de vivre, style and wisdom of women ages 65-89.
How do we make an exhibition about 20th century elite social circles (a.k.a old white men in top hats 🎩) relevant to young and new audiences?
An Exhibition Celebrating a Dynamic Array of Contemporary Female Artists.
An exhibition in celebration of FAUNA, FLORA, and WILDNESS, featuring work by six contemporary international artists.
A benefit art auction featuring 200+ Contemporary Artworks from International talent.
An exhibition of Contemporary Cuban art posters direct from Havana.
An exhibition space in a retail store that features the work of artists native to the city.
A works on paper group show.
A 2,000 Sq. ft. photogrammetry mural marking the expansion of Harvard University.
A hybrid AirBNB and recreation space in the heart of the historic Bay Village area.
A pop-up exhibition of Sneakers & Art at the Peabody Essex Museum.
3,000+ sq. ft of custom hand painted murals in an American restaurant
A collection of exhibitions, pop-ups and happenings
An exhibition of intimate interiors expressed through the multimedia intertwining of classical painting, performance, and video projection onto the painted surface.
An exhibition examining how we interact with space and explore concepts of identity within temporal housing, realty, comfort, discomfort and boundaries.
An exhibition navigating the space between analytical and creative worlds.
Stories are the new product.
Tell your story online with thoughtfully crafted brands, websites and spicy content
An Instagram micro website for the MIT Media Lab Director’s Fellows.
A gathering of select cultural leaders and tastemakers whose work and agency impacts and inspires the Gardner Museum and its neighbors.
Connecting a global community of charismatic and visionary leaders to the antidisciplinary research culture of the MIT Media Lab.
A new type of museum, dedicated to presenting innovative programming elevating sneaker art and culture as a contemporary fine art form.
An online community and movement for women looking to create a healthier & lighter life.
Erin Robertson is an award winning fashion designer and artist.
A New York and LA based director and film maker.
A Painter, Textile Designer, Comic Book Artist ... Oh my!
An artist, photographer and videographer.
A classical guitar player, skater, and budding neuroscientist.
“Like a human google for creative stuff.”
“I can't thank you enough for sharing your insight and new ideas on the collection and how it can inspire contemporary practice. It is compelling and important knowledge for us to engage and expand our audiences.”
Norma Jean Calderwood Director
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
“You're really a wonderful delight to work with. ARTcetera has so much history and is a massive undertaking, but you made it seem seamless.”
Vice President of Government & Community Relations
“OH! Creative is recognized as a cultural leader, arts influencer and tastemaker whose work and agency impacts and inspires the creative, educational, and social landscape of the Museum.”
Studio Projects Coordinator
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
“Thank you for being so creatively invested in this project I really appreciate the thoughtfulness with which you approach all the tiny details!”
“Guests rave about the art, and I loved the experience of working with OH! Creative!”
“With a thoughtful and insightful eye, OH! Creative! is able to capture the clients' unique vision with ease.”
GINA DE WOLFE
deWolfe Leather Goods
“Simple & gorgeous design sensibility, with a great aesthetic knowledge.”
“We really, really valued your creativity, collaborative spirit, and professionalism — and also your flexibility (and patience) — throughout this new process for the museum.”
Curator of the Collection and Exhibition Program
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum