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Woman's Art Club of Cincinnati 120th Juried Exhibit and Sale

Keith Bowers
1-4 p.m., Tuesday April 09 | Free.

 The Woman's Art Club of Cincinnati was formed in 1892 to support female artists at a time when women were no welcome in the organized field of art. Original works of art from Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky female artists will be judged and awarded prizes totaling over $3,000. Come and enjoy 2D and 3D original works in oil, acrylic, watercolor, fiber arts, ceramics and wood!



Where: Woman's Art Club Cultural Center
Phone: 513-272-3700
Address: 6980 Cambridge Ave.
Website: www.artatthebarn.org

Woman's Art Club Cultural Center

6980 Cambridge Ave.
Mariemont, Ohio
45227
 
The headquarters of the Women's Art Club of Cincinnati.
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