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ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Film Festival Closing Night

Kyle Pope
7:30-9:30 p.m. , Saturday March 16 | Free.

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Betsy Bayha / Documentary / 26 min / USA / 200

In this award-winning film, Judith Scott creates body-like sculptures from found
objects. Judith has Down syndrome, is deaf, and does not speak. These
sculptures are her most complex means of communication. Judith had become a
famous “outsider artist,” proving the power of artistic expression and the
importance of a loving family.

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Join us for the Closing Night of ReelAbilities: Cincinnati as we present the film Outsider: The Life and Art of Judith Scott, followed by a Q&A session with Matthew Higgs, Director/Chief Curator of White Columns, New York’s oldest alternative art space.

This event is free, but as space is limited, pre-registration is required (week-long festival passes can also be used).

Click here to register for free tickets.

Where: Contemporary Arts Center
Phone: 513-345-8400
Address: 44 Sixth St.
Website: www.contemporaryartscenter.org

Contemporary Arts Center

44 Sixth St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
The city’s major downtown art facility, designed by Zaha Hadid, features changing displays and exhibitions as well as special events. Also home to an eclectic gift shop and bookstore.
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