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Forward into the Past

Alli Walker
Tuesday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday 12:30-5 p.m., Thursday January 31 | $2.

 Forward Into The Past features lens-based art by Jens Rosenkrantz. See the timeless views of Cincinnati through old maps, transferred photos, and salvaged windows and consider the importance of preserving history and heritage in the 21st century. This exhibit runs Tuesdays through Thursdays and the second and fourth Saturday of each month through February 28. 



Where: The Betts House
Phone: 513-651-0734
Address: 416 Clark St.
Website: www.TheBettsHouse.org

The Betts House

416 Clark St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45203
 
Built in 1804, it’s the oldest brick house in Ohio and serves as an artifact of Cincinnati’s period of early settlement. The center’s stated purpose is to interpret local history through “the evolution of building materials and traditions.”
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