On Tuesday, December 14  at 1 pm, join Skirball Museum director Abby Schwartz for an illustrated slide talk and gallery tour of the museum’s current exhibition, “A Portrait of Jewish Cincinnati: A Bicentennial Celebration.” The exhibition features portraits of Cincinnati’s movers and shakers from the early nineteenth century to the present day drawn from the Skirball’s holdings and local and national collections. It includes oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, and multimedia works, as well as decorative arts objects that relate to the portraits. 

The event will be offered both in person and virtually. Only in-person attendees will participate in the gallery tour. Registrants will receive the online link prior to the event. Attendees must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination and wear a mask. Pre-registration is required by Monday, December 13. The event is free and open to the public. For registration information, see the ad in this issue of The American Israelite or contact the Cincinnati Skirball Museum.

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