By now, you have certainly seen the necklaces, rings, hats, suits, and dresses that adorn the subjects of each work in A Portrait of Jewish Cincinnati, on display now at the Skirball Museum Cincinnati. And if you haven't, time is running out! The exhibition will remain open until January 30th.
While each portrait and painting tells a story all its own, the fashion and accessories of each person has a tale to tell, too. Join Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles at the Cincinnati Art Museum on Thursday, January 20th at 4:00 p.m. for an online guided tour of how the fabric weaves its own yarn and the glittering jewels shine a light on the lives of Jewish Cincinnatians during the last 200 years.
Register for this webinar HERE.
Sponsor: Proudly sponsored by the Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial, Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and Judy Lucas and Family