See Antique Christmas Items and Drink Hot, Spiked Cider at the Taft Museum of Art's Holiday House Party

Guests can also preview "Journey to Freedom: Art Quilts by Cynthia Lockhart"

click to enlarge PHOTO: PROVIDED BY THE TAFT MUSEUM
Photo: Provided by the Taft Museum

The Taft Museum of Art is hosting an after-hours house party with a celebration theme. Partnering with the Cincinnati Young Black Professionals group, expect ornament and card crafting, hot spiked apple cider and a cash bar, a preview of the Taft’s Journey to Freedom: Art Quilts by Cynthia Lockhart and access to Antique Christmas.

Journey to Freedom: Art Quilts by Cynthia Lockhart features colorful fiber art and textile creations that “encourages people to more deeply understand the diversity of people, cultures, and beauty in the world around them,” says the museum.

5-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12. Free admission. Taft Museum of Art, 316 Pike St., Downtown, taftmuseum.org. 

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