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.
Series registration sold out. Individual sessions still available.
Sunday, April 7, 2–4 p.m., Oakley
Sandy Gross and Leah Busch, Brazee Street Studios
Brazee Street Studios houses artists’ studios, a gallery, and school of glass. Founder, director and glass artist Sandy Gross sought to create a glass studio that could offer quality education in kiln-formed glass in a setting dedicated to green construction and ecological conservation. She will be joined by painter and educator Leah Busch, Brazee Street’s Creative Director, Gallery Coordinator, and Instructor.
Cost for this program: $12 for members. $15 for nonmembers. Advance paid registration is required. Call (513) 684-4516. Register now!
Sunday, May 5, 2–4 p.m., East Walnut Hills
Carol Mundy, collector
For more than twenty-five years, Cincinnati native Carol E. Mundy has been on a mission to preserve and exhibit African American history and culture. Including rare objects of 19th and 20th century material culture, her collection documents the African American experience throughout the United States, including photographs, primary documents, books, objects and works of art from 1720 to the present.
Cost for this program:
$12 for members. $15 for nonmembers.
Advance paid registration is required. Call (513) 684-4516. SOLD OUT
Cost for entire series: $30 Members; $40 Public
SERIES SOLD OUT
For information, call (513) 684-4516
Presented by the Robert S. Duncanson Society