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  • Summer Teacher Institute
  • Gallery Experiences
  • Baby Tours
  • Connect
  • Sketching Tours
  • Creativity and Growth
  • Artist Workshop
  • Colonial Dames Lecture and Tea
  • Evenings for Educators
  • Evenings for Future Educators
  • Fabric of India Symposium
  • The Fabric of India & Life: Gillian Wearing

    Tickets are valid from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the date chosen. 

    One special exhibition ticket for access to 2 exhibitions.

    For information on these exhibitions follow this link:

  • Culture + Cocktails: The Fabric of India

    Culture + Cocktails: The Fabric of India
    Thursday, Nov. 8, 5:30–8 p.m.
    $15 members. $20 general admission. 21+ only. Purchase tickets here.

    Meet in the Front Lobby (first floor)*

    *Early arrival recommended! This program begins promptly at 5:30 p.m.
     

    Explore art, sip a cocktail and create your own masterpiece – all in one evening. Culture + Cocktails is a bi-annual program for young professionals that features a docent-led gallery tour, followed by a cocktail and art-making.
     

    Participants will take a docent-led tour of The Fabric of India, then head to Art World to make their own sari-ribbon-dyed silk scarf and enjoy a cocktail. This fall’s art-making activity is led by Terry Owen of Silk Road Textiles.

     

    Ticket price includes:

    30-minute docent-led tour of The Fabric of India

     1 cocktail

     Art-making instruction with Terry Owen of Silk Road Textiles

     Make your own sari-ribbon-dyed silk scarf to take home

     

    About the silk scarf art-making activity

     Use silk sari ribbon to create a one-of-a-kind scarf. Silk sari pieces are collected by women from sari making factory floors in India. Silk sari ribbon is created by joining these pieces of long silk fabric strips into a continuous "ribbon," approximately 85 feet long. Some of these ribbon bundles are left as is, displaying many colors and patterns in one piece; other bundles are dyed to produce a range of colorful options. The newly created sari ribbon becomes a usable resource in creating artworks, dyeing other fabrics, for knitting or crochet.

     

  • Madcap Puppets: The Wonderful Wizard of OZ

    Travel down the Yellow Brick Road with Dorothy, Toto, and their best friends; Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion, and Tin Man. Madcap brings this epic adventure to life with breathtaking puppets in this enchanting, family-friendly classic.

    The Hats Off Series started in 1994 at the Cincinnati Art Museum with original shows produced and presented by Madcap Puppets. Within a few years, the program in collaboration with the Museum proved so successful that Madcap Puppets began to premiere 3 to 4 productions each season at the museum before taking them out on national tour.  The Madcap puppet shows consist of 4 shows over the course of the weekend. The general public can purchase tickets for $10 each but members get 5 tickets free which Madcap then invoices Membership.  

  • Madcap Puppets: Rumpelstiltskin

    Rose must spin straw into gold to save her father! With the help of a strange little creature, she does the impossible, but she could lose everything if she can’t guess his name. This musical adaptation is sure to delight audiences of all ages!

    The Hats Off Series started in 1994 at the Cincinnati Art Museum with original shows produced and presented by Madcap Puppets. Within a few years, the program in collaboration with the Museum proved so successful that Madcap Puppets began to premiere 3 to 4 productions each season at the museum before taking them out on national tour.  The Madcap puppet shows consist of 4 shows over the course of the weekend. The general public can purchase tickets for $10 each but members get 5 tickets free which Madcap then invoices Membership.  

  • Madcap Puppets: The Great Space Caper

     

    Space explorer, Buzby, crashes his spaceship on a strange planet and forms an unlikely friendship with a stranded alien named Galax. Together, they uncover the mysteries of our universe as they look for a new planet that the little creature can call home.

    The Hats Off Series started in 1994 at the Cincinnati Art Museum with original shows produced and presented by Madcap Puppets. Within a few years, the program in collaboration with the Museum proved so successful that Madcap Puppets began to premiere 3 to 4 productions each season at the museum before taking them out on national tour.  The Madcap puppet shows consist of 4 shows over the course of the weekend. The general public can purchase tickets for $10 each but members get 5 tickets free which Madcap then invoices Membership.  

  • Lecture: Artist Paul Marioni on “What’s the Big Idea?”