Archive for February, 2016

Glass House Summer Party June 11

. February 19, 2016

On June 11th from 12 to 4 PM, celebrate the start of the season by joining the Glass House as we host our Annual Summer Party. The event will feature a festive picnic, performance, silent auction, and the chance to roam freely across the pastoral 49-acre grounds. For more information or to purchase tickets, call […]

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Freedom Center Announces 2016 Picture Freedom Art Contest

Freedom Center Announces 2016 Picture Freedom Art Contest

. February 18, 2016

CINCINNATI, OH – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center announced today that they are now accepting entries for the 2016 Picture Freedom Art Contest—a nationwide student art competition challenging students to create works of art capturing America’s struggle for inclusive freedom and equality. The Picture Freedom Art Contest is sponsored by Toyota and was developed […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center Announces Treasures of Travel: Cincinnatians Collect the World

. February 17, 2016

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center is circling the globe for the fifth installment of the Treasures exhibition series. Treasures of Travel: Cincinnatians Collect the World offers a glimpse into the lives and travels of Cincinnatians and the objects they brought home. Travel is uniquely human. It is an almost necessary impulse to stretch our legs […]

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UMFA March 2016 Events

UMFA March 2016 Events

. February 17, 2016

ACME Session I—Museums: What Are They Good For? Wednesday, March 9 | 7 pm* | FREE Salt Lake City Public Library, Main Branch The leaders of our local museums work diligently to attract and engage with diverse audiences in meaningful ways. Museum directors will share candid insights about their institution’s goals, challenges, and efforts to […]

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National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Reflects on the Life of Raymond L. Evers

. February 13, 2016

CINCINNATI, OH (February 13, 2016) – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center reflects on the life and legacy of Raymond L. Evers, whose efforts aided in securing one of the region’s most compelling artifacts on antebellum slavery in the United States. Statement from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: “The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center […]

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