Art in the Afternoon

Presented by the Taft Museum of Art and the Robert S. Duncanson Society, this series of four Sunday afternoon salons features local artists and collectors offering insights into their careers, work and collections as they share their passions with their audience. Addresses and directions to specific venues will be available upon registration.

Register for the series

Sunday, March 16, 2-4 p.m.
Becky Hancock, quilter/beader
St. Theresa’s Textile Trove, Pendleton Arts Center
Becky Hancock is the proprietor of St. Theresa’s Textile Trove which she opened with her sister in the early 1990s. Named “Best Source for Global Fabrics” in City Beat’s 2013 Best of Cincinnati issue, St. Theresa’s Textile Trove features cotton quilting fabrics, oil cloth fabrics, and walls of beads and buttons. A recognized authority on beads from around the world, Hancock received her education at Arizona State University.
Cost for this single program: $12 for members. $15 for nonmembers. Advance paid registration is required. Call (513) 684-4520. Register now!

Sunday, March 30, 2-4 p.m.
Yvonne Van Eijden, sculptor/visual artist
West End
Yvonne van Eijden received her art education at the Free Academy at The Hague, the Netherlands, and Three Schools of Art in Toronto. She combines language and paint to create ephemeral images that explore her emotional and physical connections to place. Van Eijden has exhibited in Europe and the U.S.
Cost for this single program: $12 for members. $15 for nonmembers. Advance paid registration is required. Call (513) 684-4520. Register now!

Sunday, April 13, 2-4 p.m.
Anissa Lewis, painter
Northside
A native of Covington, Kentucky, Anissa Lewis earned her B. A. in Studio Art from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and her M.F. A. in Painting/Printmaking from Yale University School of Art. While living in Philadelphia, Lewis she collaborated on several community art projects focusing on women and girls. Currently, she exhibits her mixed media works on paper regionally and nationally.
Cost for this single program: $12 for members. $15 for nonmembers. Advance paid registration is required. Call (513) 684-4520. Register now!

Sunday, May 18, 2-4 p.m.
Robert Harris, painter/visual artist
Downtown
Visual and video artist Robert Harris describes himself as an artist for social change. Using a wheelchair for mobility, Harris has been an employment counselor for persons with disabilities. In addition to his work art an art director and designer for television productions, Harris is active in the community, serving on numerous boards and advisory committees.
Cost for this single program: $12 for members. $15 for nonmembers. Advance paid registration is required. Call (513) 684-4520. Register now!

Cost for entire series: $30 Members; $40 Public
REGISTER FOR THE SERIES
For information, call (513) 684-4520

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Presented by the Robert S. Duncanson Society

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