Here are the major changes for the 2022 festival

An Enquirer exclusive first look at Blink Cincinnati's new key art and visual design.

The show must go on.

Brave Berlin, the co-founder of Blink Cincinnati, announced its split From the nation’s largest art, light and projection mapping festival on July 14. But event organizers are still looking to bring plenty of excitement to the Queen City this fall.

In the months leading up to the Oct. 13-16 festival, organizers of Blink Cincinnati plan to announce the artist set list in three “waves,” including their first wave announcement Monday. In this announcement, Blink members will provide an update on leadership event and planning. They will also discuss the festival’s future and what attendees can expect this year.

Justin Brookhart, executive director of Blink Cincinnati, gave The Enquirer an exclusive sneak peek.

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The festival’s overall mission will remain the same, but Blink organizers have made quite a few changes for 2022. In the past, the Blink partner group selected the artists it would showcase. This year, however, the group wants to expand its reach and grow the event by providing opportunities to all interested artists.

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