This summer the Cincinnati Art Museum is trying something new! For the first time, they have created a special exhibition addressing a major world issue – hunger with DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere. Through the grouping of objects from across cultures and time periods, around the central theme of food, this exhibition addresses the issue of world hunger and man’s obsession with food, having it, not having. Special summer programming will encourage visitors to this special exhibition to view, react and then act.
DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere is generously supported by LPK.
DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere
Free Choice Programming
June 4-August 28, 11am-5pm
DRAW - part gallery, part performance space, part lounge, and this summer, a place to make a difference. Explore the exhibition DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere on your next visit to the Cincinnati Art Museum and experience, create and interact with the permanent collection in a new way. Educate yourself on world hunger issues, draw a picture to be sent to a child in need, join the conversation at our “Let’s Talk about Hunger” table, and make a promise that you will do something to help your community. DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere is more than an exhibition, it is a call to action.
DRAW: Listen, Learn, Respond
Fridays in June, July and August: 12 – 1pm
(June 10, 17, 24; July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; August 5, 12, 19, 26)
What are you doing to solve world hunger? Join members of the community dealing with this issue on a daily basis for a series of round-table discussions at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Topics will range from world hunger to childhood nutrition to eating organic to sustainable agriculture to what you can do to help. We invite you to listen, to learn and to respond. So, what are you doing to do to solve world hunger?
June 10 Brian MacConnell – FreeStore Foodbank
June 17 Sherman Bradley – City Gospel Mission
June 24 William Lambers – Author of The Roadmap to End Global Hunger and Ending World Hunger: School Lunches for Kids Around the World
July 1 Dan Korman – Park & Vine
July 8 Mark Curnutte – Cincinnati Enquirer
July 15 Jerry Reiner – Project 52
July 22 – tbd
July 29 Shelly Kirk and Colleen Mathews – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
12 – tbd
19 – tbd
26 – tbd
THE SPORTSMAN: Unexpected Lessons From An Around-The-World Sports Odyssey, an evening with Dhani Jones
Thursday, June 23 – 7pm
Dhani Jones, power packed linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals and host of Travel Channel’s Dhani Tackles the Globe, is no stranger to extreme adventure and sports. In his first book, THE SPORTSMAN: Unexpected Lessons From An Around-The-World Sports Odyssey, Dhani reveals the lessons he’s learned—as an athlete and global adventurer—that have made him tougher, smarter and stronger than ever. THE SPORTSMAN shows how traveling the world and competing in such unique ways actually helped cross-train Dhani (both mentally and physically), giving him the edge it took to become a better football player and better man. THE SPORTSMAN is a travelogue infused with workout tips and adventurous stories, it is a reminder that by connecting to the world through its people and customs and the spirit of competition, we empower ourselves in ways that can surpass even our craziest expectations.
This talk is being presented in conjunction with the special exhibition DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere which looks at world hunger through the lens of the Art Museum’s permanent collection. All proceeds from this event will go to Cincinnati Food Bank and the Cincinnati Art Museum.
$20 general public and Art Museum members. Reservations Recommended.
Parking free for members or with purchase of ticket
The first 150 people to purchase tickets will receive a signed copy of Dhani Jones’ new book The Sportsman: Unexpected Lessons from an Around-the-World Sports Odyssey. Books will be on sale the night of the event for $25.00
Fresh Perspectives Gallery Talk: Kids Against Hunger
Saturday, June 18, 2 p.m.
Join Larry Bergeron, Executive Director of A Child's Hope International, for a close examination of the issues of world hunger in association with the special exhibition DRAW: Here, There & Everywhere. This exhibition and gallery talk will challenge you to observe, listen and react to what these concerns mean for society today.
FREE. Reservations Recommended.
Inside Story Gallery Talk:DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere with Jennifer West & Emily Holtrop
Friday, July 1, 2 p.m.
Hunger is a global issue. Join co-curators, Jennifer West and Emily Holtrop for the inside story on how DRAW: Here, There and Everywhere, an exhibition exploring man’s obsession with food – having it and not having it – came to be.
FREE. Reservations Recommended.
5K: Here, There & Everywhere Run/Walk
Saturday, August 27th – 8am
Save the Date - More information coming soon!
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