The Cincinnati Art Museum (953 Eden Park Drive) recently opened two new installations this month. An immersive light installation by Anila Quayyum Agha opened December 5; the popular sculpture, All the Flowers Are for Me, features a five-foot laser-cut steel cube emanating light, which creates playful shadows on the walls, floor and ceiling. The second installation, opened December 18, is Frank Duveneck: American Master, an exhibit focusing on the most influential painter in Cincinnati history.
The exhibition will feature more than 90 examples of Duveneck’s artistic offerings. Learn more about the Cincinnati Art Museum by visiting cincinnatiartmuseum.org or calling 513-721-2787.
TAFT MUSEUM CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
Celebrate the Taft’s bicentennial with an infrastructure Capital Campaign to ensure the landmark’s longevity. The Taft Museum of Art is seeking to raise $10.7 million by spring, 2022 to secure a 4:1 matching grant through the National Endowment for the Humanities. Funds raised and secured will ensure future generations will be able to enjoy the historic building for years to come.
The Taft Museum of Art is located at 316 Pike Street in Cincinnati. For more information on the Bicentennial Infrastructure Project, visit taftmuseum. org/lovethishouse.