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  • Title: Taft Museum of Art | Cincinnati's Home for Art
    Descriptive info: .. Taft Museum of Art.. Cincinnati s Home for Art.. Skip to content.. Welcome.. About.. Museum History.. Facility Rentals.. Duncanson Society.. Related Links.. Staff Directory.. Visit.. Hours Admission.. Map Directions.. Plan a Visit.. Lindner Family Café.. Activity Pages.. Group Tours.. Exhibitions.. Current Exhibitions.. Upcoming Exhibitions.. Past Exhibitions.. 2009-2013 Exhibitions.. 2006-2008 Exhibitions.. 2001-2005 Exhibitions.. 1996-2000 Exhibitions.. 1991-1995 Exhibitions.. 1985-1990 Exhibitions.. Education.. Schools Teachers.. Artists Reaching Classrooms.. ArtReach.. Summer Art Day Camp.. Brownie and Girl Scout Programs.. Duncanson Artist-in-Residence.. Memories in the Museum.. Events.. Calendar.. Talks Tours.. Gallery Talks.. Music.. Taft in 10.. 3rd Sunday Fundays.. Search for the Spiritual Through Art.. Art in the Afternoon.. Dragons in the Garden.. Travel Opportunities.. Support.. Annual Fund.. Membership at the Taft.. Make a Donation.. Volunteer Opportunities.. Leadership Giving.. Kroger Community Rewards.. Collection.. Highlights.. Nazi-Era Provenance.. Staff Favorites.. Interact.. Email Signup.. Taft Audio Guide.. Facebook.. Twitter.. YouTube Channel.. FYI.. News.. From the Taft.. In the News.. Art for All.. Welcome to Cincinnati s Home for Art.. Museum hours are Wednesday through Friday, 11 a.. m.. –4 p.. ,.. and Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.. –5 p.. The Museum is.. free.. to all on Sundays.. The Cafe is open Wednesday–Friday, 11 a.. –2 p.. , Saturday and.. Sunday,.. 11 a.. –3 p.. Bringing a  ...   China through more than 100 dazzling pieces.. These rarely seen items include imperial silk robes, hats, fans, sleeve bands, rank badges, jewelry, shoes, and wall hangings.. This exhibition is organized by the Denver Art Museum.. _________________________________________________________.. Frank Duveneck,.. An Italian Woman.. , about 1880, oil on panel.. Taft Museum of Art, Gift of Stanley and Frances D.. Cohen.. Small Paintings from the Taft Collection.. On view through June 22.. Treasures can as often be found in small frames as in large ones.. This group of diminutive oils features landscape, portrait, and figure paintings by 18th- and 19th-century artists.. The exhibition also unveils a portrait study of an Italian woman by 19th-century Cincinnati artist Frank Duveneck.. Comments are closed.. Audio Guide Now Available.. Upcoming Events.. Thu 3/6/2014.. : Threads of Heaven: Silken Legacy of China's Last Dynasty.. : Small Paintings from the Taft Collection.. Fri 3/7/2014.. Sat 3/8/2014.. Follow @taftmuseum.. The Taft Museum of Art is proud to partner with.. The Taft Museum of Art.. 316 Pike Street.. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202.. Map & Directions.. Phone: (513) 241-0343.. E-mail: taftmuseum@taftmuseum.. org.. Operating support for the Taft Museum of Art is generously provided by the following organizations:.. Navigation.. Mission/Diversity Statements.. Funders.. Career Opportunities.. Taft Museum of Art.. Proudly powered by WordPress..

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  • Title: About the Taft | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: About the Taft.. The Taft Museum of Art is one of the finest small art museums in America.. A National Historic Landmark built in 1820, the Taft is home to an extensive art collection that includes European and American master paintings, Chinese porcelains, and European decorative arts.. See major works by Rembrandt, Hals, Goya, Gainsborough, Reynolds, Turner, Ingres, Whistler, and Sargent, as well as the greatest Gothic ivory sculpture in America..

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  • Title: Museum History | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: The Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft House, a National Historic Landmark built about 1820 for Martin Baum, is the oldest domestic wooden structure in situ locally and is considered one of the finest examples of Federal architecture in the Palladian style in the country.. Other residents of this important villa included Nicholas Longworth, who extensively redecorated the interiors and hired African American painter Robert S.. Duncanson to paint landscape murals in the foyer, now considered as one of the finest suites of domestic murals dating from before the Civil War.. After Longworth s residency, the villa with a copper roof was purchased by David Sinton, father of museum co-founder, Anna Sinton Taft..  ...   U.. S.. president underneath the house s portico.. The Tafts bequeathed their historic home and private collection of 690 works of art to the people of Cincinnati in 1927.. After extensive remodeling and updating, the Baum-Longworth-Taft House opened as the Taft Museum in 1932.. The Taft Museum of Art reopened on May 15, 2004, following a major renovation and expansion, which includes a parking garage, the Fifth Third Gallery for special exhibitions, Dater Education Room, Luther Hall performance/lecture facility, larger Museum Shop, and a Café.. Today, the Tafts distinguished collections are displayed in the Federal villa, which stands as one of the finest small art museums in the nation..

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  • Title: Facility Rentals | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: Our space offers elegance, convenience, and a masterpiece just around the corner.. Consider the Museum for your corporate event, that special birthday, or a rehearsal dinner.. Our great house and your great taste combine to create your own masterpiece.. Whether you want to hold an intimate dinner for friends and family or are giving a major corporate presentation, the Taft Museum of Art provides a rental space that s sure to make a positive impression.. Company Galas.. Fund-raising Dinners.. Holiday Parties.. Wedding Receptions.. Rehearsal Dinners.. See the Johannigman-Kelly wedding!.. See Leppert Wedding Photos of Danielle and Danny s wedding!.. See other events held at the Taft Museum of Art!.. CONTACT.. Kitty Paschall, Facility Rentals Manager.. (513) 684-4523 or.. facilityrentals@taftmuseum.. Facility Spaces for Rent.. LUTHER HALL.. This is an indoor 30 x 40 cherry-paneled room with state-of-the-art audio/visual capabilities.. Located in the new Museum wing, it is an attractive setting for a sit-down dinner or buffet, with cocktails and hors d oeuvres in the adjoining lobby/café area.. Capacity.. Seated dining—110.. Stand-up reception—150..  ...   a menu and service style just for you! Whether it s socializing over cocktails and appetizers or a formal sit-down meal, we ve got you covered.. The Taft Museum of Art works with a select group of preferred professional caterers, offering you flexibility in determining the best food and service to meet your needs.. Along with food, your chosen caterer would consult with you on table linens, china, and glassware.. We provide 5 round tables and Chiavari chairs.. Parking.. Attached parking garage with 50 available spaces.. Valet parking is available for an additional fee.. Security Charges.. There is a standard security fee at all Museum rental events.. Other Considerations.. Food and beverage must remain on the first floor or in the garden.. As a National Historic Landmark, the Taft Museum of Art does not permit the use of glitter, confetti or any other decoration that would remain on the grounds.. Membership.. Membership at the Sustaining Level ($275) is a Museum rental requirement.. Benefits at this level will be provided for one year..

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  • Title: Duncanson Society | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: The Robert S.. Duncanson Society was originated in 1986 by Doris Rankin Sells, William Joel McCray, and Ruth K.. Meyer to affirm an ongoing African American presence within the structure of the Taft Museum of Art and to celebrate.. Robert S.. Duncanson s.. historic and artistic contributions.. To honor the relationship that was  ...   Art annually recognizes the achievements of contemporary African American artists through the.. Duncanson Artist-in-Residence Program.. Duncanson painted the murals that adorn the walls at 316 Pike Street, which at that time belonged to Nicholas Longworth.. To this day they constitute one of the largest existing pre-Civil War domestic mural decorations in the United States..

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  • Title: Related Links | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: Information about the greater Cincinnati area.. CincinnatiUSA.. com.. CincinnatiArts.. Downtown Cincinnati, Inc.. Greater Cincinnati Convention Visitors Bureau.. Northern Kentucky Convention Visitors Bureau.. Information about Cincinnati and Ohio history.. Cincinnati Preservation Association.. Ohio Bicentennial.. Ohio Historical Society.. Ohio Memory Online Scrapbook.. Other museums and arts organizations in the Cincinnati area.. Cincinnati Art Museum.. Cincinnati Museum Center.. Contemporary Art Center.. National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.. Enjoy { the Arts.. Looking for a place to stay near the Taft? Make a reservation at the historic Phelps Building, now the.. Residence Inn Cincinnati Downtown.. , by Lytle Park..

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  • Title: Staff Directory | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: Need more information? Here s how to reach us:.. Phone:.. (513) 241-0343.. Fax:.. (513) 241-7762.. Email:.. taftmuseum@taftmuseum.. Address:.. 316 Pike Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.. Accounting.. Administration.. Café.. Collections/Curatorial.. Giving.. Group Tours Lunches.. Museum Shop and Visitor Services.. Public Relations.. Rights Reproductions.. (.. download Request for Photographic Materials form.. ).. Volunteer Information.. Webmaster.. Deborah Emont Scott,.. Director/CEO.. Lynne Ambrosini,.. Chief Curator.. Greg Brock,.. Chief of Security.. Emma F.. Caro,.. Manager of PR and Marketing.. Katie Gephart,.. Curatorial Assistant.. Joan Hendricks,.. Registrar.. Erin  ...   Manager of Public Programs.. Natalie N.. Mathis,.. Director of Institutional Advancement.. Amanda M.. McDonald,.. Manager of Membership Community Engagement.. Christine B.. Miller,.. Assistant to the Director.. Pam Momper,.. Accounting Assistant.. Lisa Morrisette,.. Manager of School and Docent Programs.. Tamera Muente,.. Assistant Curator.. Kitty Paschall,.. Manager of Facility Rentals.. Luke Radkey,.. Executive Chef.. Kristi Reed,.. Manager of Development.. Mark Rohling,.. Chief Preparator/Exhibition Designer.. April Sargent-Couch,.. Database Coordinator.. Margaret E.. Sears,.. Museum Editor.. Brooke Sherritt,.. Museum Shop Manager.. Kendall Trotter,.. Assistant Collections Technician..

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  • Title: Hours & Admission | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: The Taft Museum of Art s Hours are Wednesday through Friday, 11 a.. 4 p.. , and Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.. 5 p.. The Taft is closed Mondays and Tuesdays, New Year s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.. Admission to the historic house and special exhibition (includes parking):.. Adults.. $10..  ...   11 and under.. FREE.. Admission is free for all on Sundays.. Free Sundays made possible by The Carole Ann and Ralph V.. Haile, Jr.. /U.. S.. Bank Foundation.. The Taft offers visitors free onsite parking, a Museum Shop, and a Café for lunch and light refreshments.. The Taft Museum of Art is a smoke-free facility..

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  • Title: Map & Directions | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: The Taft Museum of Art is located at 316 Pike Street at the east end of Fourth Street, across from Lytle Park, in downtown Cincinnati.. Parking garage available onsite.. From I-71 Southbound.. Take Third Street exit to Broadway.. Turn right on Broadway.. Turn right on Fifth Street.. Turn right on Pike Street.. Museum is second building on left.. From I-71/I-75 Northbound.. Cross the bridge over the Ohio River.. Take Fifth Street exit  ...   Southbound.. From I-471 Northbound.. Take the Sixth Street exit.. Turn left on Sycamore.. Turn left on Fifth Street.. From Columbia Parkway.. Take Columbia Parkway to downtown.. Turn left on Pike Street.. The Museum is second building on left.. From Central Parkway.. Take Central Parkway to Eggleston (behind Justice Center).. Right on Eggleston to Third Street.. Right on Third Street to Pike Street.. Museum is second building on right.. Download a printable map..

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  • Title: Plan a Visit | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: Visitor Guidelines.. A visit to the Taft Museum of Art is a unique experience.. Because we are home to a world-class art collection in the intimate setting of a historic house, here are a few things to know that will help make your visit more enjoyable.. FREE parking is available in the Taft’s onsite garage.. If the garage is full, there are parking meters available across the street from the Museum, as well as garages close by.. See map.. ).. Please Don t Touch the Art.. Please help us to preserve the house and collection for future generations by not touching paintings, sculpture, furniture or draperies.. ADA Accessibility, Wheelchairs, and Strollers.. The Taft Museum of Art is fully accessible to visitors with mobility impairment.. Accessible elevator, restrooms, parking, wheelchairs, and ramps are available.. A wheelchair is available for public use on a first-come, first-serve basis.. Sensory tours for visitors with developmental, visual, or hearing impairment can be scheduled with two weeks advance notice.. For information about reservations, contact the Scheduling Manager at (513) 684-4517 or.. grouptours_lunches@taftmuseum.. Because of space constrictions, horizontal tandem strollers, and vertical tandem strollers are not permitted.. Parents with infants may use single strollers, lightweight umbrella strollers, or soft-front  ...   oversized items at home so you may comfortably enjoy your visit.. Photography/Video Recording/Laptops.. Non-commercial photographs of the museum and the artworks in the permanent collection are permitted.. Photography is not permitted in galleries that house loaned artworks.. If you are uncertain, please consult with museum security.. Video cameras, tripods, and laptops are not permitted in the galleries and special exhibition areas.. Cell Phones.. Please refrain from the use of cell phones while touring the permanent collection and special exhibition areas.. Sketching with Pencils.. Sketching is allowed in the galleries.. Drawing boards, clipboards and sketch pads should not exceed 15 16 inches.. Only graphite pencils are allowed.. Pens, markers, crayons, charcoals, colored pencils, chalks or pastels are not allowed.. Lost and Found.. If you have left something behind at the Museum, please call the Security Office at (513) 241-2310.. Food and Drink.. Food and drink are not permitted in the galleries or special exhibition areas.. No Smoking.. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the museum or in the garden.. Security.. The museum’s security is here to provide care and protection to the visitors, and collection, historic house.. Please do not hesitate to ask for assistance or direction.. All bags are subject to security inspection..

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  • Title: Lindner Family Café | Taft Museum of Art
    Descriptive info: See the.. NEW.. menu.. inspired by.. Threads of Heaven: Silken Legacy of China s Last Dynasty.. Host a private/corporate lunch at the Taft.. Stop in for a bite to eat or a glass of wine at the Lindner Family Café.. Reservations are.. strongly.. recommended.. Call (513) 352-5140.. Café open Wednesday–Friday: 11 a.. Saturday and Sunday, open 11 a.. 3 p.. Closed Monday and Tuesday.. Reservations are recommended for.. large groups.. Current Café Menu.. Quiche du Jour 11.. 00.. The Taft’s famous quiches change.. daily – ask your server.. Daily selection of soups.. cup 3.. 50 | bowl 5.. 50.. Pick Two:.. soup, sandwich, or side salad 10.. Cup of soup, side salad, or choice.. of tuna or chicken salad on a soft roll.. Anna Sinton 8.. A classic salad of mixed greens with.. tomatoes, English cucumbers, red onions,.. and balsamic vinaigrette.. Crab Cake 11.. With spiced vegetables and yuzu ginger sauce.. Add chicken to any salad 3.. Add crab cake to any salad 6.. Children’s Selections.. Chicken quesadilla 4.. Grilled cheese with cheddar.. Peanut butter jelly.. Choice  ...   filled with brisket smoked for ten hours,.. marinated peaches, fresh cilantro, and stone fruit glaze.. The Glorious Mandarin Emperor.. 11.. Mixed greens, mandarin oranges, cashews, crisp lo mein.. noodles, cucumbers, and sesame soy dressing.. Jade Lettuce Cups.. With ginger relish, five-spice vegetables, peanuts,.. and choice of pulled chicken or tofu.. Moo Shu Pork.. Shredded pork and vegetables with hoisin in wraps.. Cold Sesame Noodles.. 9.. With broccoli, bok choy, and five-spice vegetables.. Chilled Sweet Chili Shrimp and Scallops.. 14.. Over a salad of mixed greens and vegetables.. Beverages.. Iced tea, hot tea, coffee, lemonade 2.. Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Ginger ale 2.. Perrier 3.. Wines.. Glass 7.. 00 Bottle 27.. Caposaldo Pinot Grigio, Italy.. Veramonte Sauvignon Blanc, Chile.. Jadot Macon-Villages Chardonnay, France.. Bird in Hand Garnacha/Syrah, Spain.. St.. Francis RED, California.. Beers.. Guinness 5.. Landshark Lager 4.. Champagne/Mimosa 7.. 00.. Desserts.. Please ask your server about our seasonal desserts,.. including homemade and local selections.. Bread service available upon request.. Please note: one check is issued for parties of 8 or more.. with an automatic gratuity of 20% added..

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