before | now Opening Reception
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before | now: An Exhibition Celebrating 150 Years of the Art Academy of Cincinnati
Thursday, December 6th, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1628 Ltd., 11 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, OH 45202
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In celebration of the Art Academy of Cincinnati Sesquicentennial Anniversary, 1628 Ltd. is pleased to invite you to the opening of our winter art exhibition honoring the past, present, and future of AAC artists, before | now, An Exhibition Celebrating 150 Years of the Art Academy of Cincinnati
before | now will be showcasing established AAC artist work alongside the work of emerging student artists. Join us in recognizing the outstanding contribution the Art Academy of Cincinnati has made to our local art community. Telling the story of art in the Cincinnati, before | now represents the artwork of 17 AAC current students, faculty, and alumni. The artists featured in this exhibition include Jasmine Akers, Erika Nj Allen, Alexandra Anderson, Ellina Chetverikova, Claire Darley, Brad Davis, Aaron Delamatre, Kim Flora, Gary Gaffney, Cody Gunningham, Hannah Hersko, Aubre Rhianon Lightner, Ben Sandquist, John Veller, Ariel Vivanco, Paige Williams, and Katelyn Wolary. If you are a local artist and would like to be featured in one of our future exhibits, please visit this page.
before | now will be on view from December 3, 2018 – March 1, 2019.
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