The Cincinnati Art Museum's Art After Dark Party Gets Spooky with a Tormented Souls Theme

Check out the new "Treasures of the Spanish World" exhibit for free and sip on some Halloween cocktails

click to enlarge "Treasures of the Spanish World" - Photo: Cincinnati Art Museum
Photo: Cincinnati Art Museum
"Treasures of the Spanish World"

It’s spooky season at the Cincinnati Art Museum, where things get a little devilish at Art After Dark.

Explore the new Treasures of the Spanish World exhibit (for free), featuring over 200 works of art and historical documents from Spain and Latin America, including Roman Spain; watch a dance performance from Pones; listen to music from DJ AB; get a docent-led tour of the museum with the Playhouse in the Park; look skyward for some stargazing with the Cincinnati Observatory; and indulge in some food and specialty cocktails for purchase.

5-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25. Free. Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams,

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