FRIDAY: UC Faculty Club Welcomes Taft Museum s Nancy Huth April 9

Learn about the Taft’s current exhibition, Dutch Utopia: American Artists in Holland, 1880–1914, from the Taft’s Curator of Education. This exciting exhibit includes works by nearly 40 artists, including Cincinnatians Elizabeth Nourse and John Henry Twachtman!


UC Faculty Club Speaker Series – Nancy Huth – Dutch Utopia: American Artists in Holland, Taft Museum of Art


Friday, April 9, 2010 – buffet at 11:30; presentation at noon


Faculty Club, 8th Floor banquet room, Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village


Deli buffet lunch is complimentary,

courtesy of the Faculty Club Board of Governors.

UC faculty and staff need not be members of the club to attend this event.

Non-members may attend one session of the

UC Faculty Club

Speaker Series a year.  

Reservations are required by April 5.

Call 513-556-4154 to make your reservation today.

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