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Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones | Tickets Available

On a small riverside farm in Loveland, Ohio, Nancy Ford Cones created photographs that earned her a national reputation during a time when female artists continued to struggle for recognition. This exhibition resurrects the gifted artist’s career and contributions to the field of photography. 

Nancy Ford Cones (American, 1869–1962),The Abode of the Gnomes, about 1921, kallitype tissue print. Collection of W. Roger and Patricia K. Fry

Learn From The Expert

Talk | Rediscovering Nancy Ford Cones

Join Guest Curator Pepper Stetler, PhD. on Thursday, October 6 to learn about the discovery of Cones’s photographs and the exciting challenges of searching through hundreds of prints and archival materials to write the catalog for Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones.

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Enjoy some jazz in the garden, explore upcoming special exhibitions, learn about the histories of our communities, and plan ahead for the holiday season! The Taft has programs for everyone to enjoy. 

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