Help Make Art Come Alive for the Cincinnati Community by supporting the Taft′s Annual Fund!
This past year has been an exciting one for the Taft. The Museum’s public art project, Art for All, has garnered local, national, and even international attention from the media, bloggers, and members of the community.
During this project, developed to celebrate the Taft’s 80th anniversary, high-quality reproductions of 80 works from the permanent collection were installed in outdoor spaces throughout Greater Cincinnati. This program engaged the regional communities and reminded the public of Anna and Charles Taft’s gift of their home and art collection to the people of Cincinnati.
The Taft also partnered with ArtWorks to create two permanent murals inspired by works in the collection and the historic home. These two murals – one in Over the Rhine near the revitalized Washington Park and the other in arts-centric Bellevue, Kentucky – join the already popular adaptation of The Cobbler’s Apprentice next to Great American Ball Park. The murals are an exciting way to share the Taft’s treasures with new audiences and for those of you who already love the collection to experience it a fresh, new way.
Be part of the excitement – please give generously to the Museum’s Annual Fund today and help the Taft inspire a new generation of museum-goers.
These thrilling ventures that bring the Taft’s collection into the community would not be possible without your support. Please make a gift to the Annual Fund today. Your generous donations to the Annual Fund enable the Museum to share the gift of art with people of all ages in the Greater Cincinnati area and the world beyond. Your tax-deductible gift inspires, educates, and enriches the region for all of us.
A gift to the Annual Fund is the key to our success, during this 80th-anniversary celebration and for years to come.