Georgia O'Keeffe, Photographer - In-Person at Cincinnati Art Museum
Facilitator: Lisa Rocklin
Time: 1:00 pm ET to 3:30 pm ET
Open to: All Genders 16+
Participants will engage in a docent-led tour of the exhibit, after which facilitator Lisa Rocklin will lead a circle for all to reflect on their experience with the art through intentional writing, listening, and sharing.
New and experienced writers are welcome. Bring your favorite writing materials or use supplies provided. Tuition: $35 includes admission to the exhibit. No refunds.
Saturday, April 29, from 1-3:30pm at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
**Please arrive inside CAM by 12:45pm so that you can be directed to the gathering location for the event.**
From the Cincinnati Art Museum's Exhibit Description
How well do we know iconic American artist, Georgia O’Keeffe? Scholars have examined her paintings, home, library, letters, and even her clothes. Yet, despite O’Keeffe’s long and complex association with the American photographic avant-garde, no previous exhibition has explored her work as a photographer.
Georgia O’Keeffe, Photographer presents nearly 100 photographs by the artist, together with a complementary selection of paintings and drawings. These works illuminate O’Keeffe’s use of the camera to further her modernist vision, showing how she embraced photography as a unique artistic practice and took ownership of her relationship with the medium.
Discover, for the first time, O’Keeffe’s eloquent and perceptive photographic vision.
This exhibition has an accessible pathway, large print labels, and an audio exhibition available via QR code.
(Image by Todd Webb, Georgia O'Keeffe with Camera, 1959, printed later, inkjet print, Todd Webb Archive. ©Todd Webb Archive, Portland, Maine, USA)
Location & Special Instructions
Held at the Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Please arrive inside CAM by 12:45pm so that you can be directed to the gathering location for the event.