The Cincinnati Art Museum presents A Taste of Duveneck (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, May 14, 2015)
Northern Baroque Splendor showcases rare collection of 17th century Dutch and Flemish art (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, May 11, 2015)
Cincinnati Art Museum Curator’s Cincinnati Silver: 1788–1940 receives book award (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, April 22, 2015)
Cincinnati Art Museum acquires contemporary glasswork by Beth Lipman (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, April 20, 2015)
Human-Altered Landscapes explores environmental changes through photography (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, April 2, 2015)
June 12, 2015 - 07:00 pm to 09:15 pm
Free film and artist talk.
Cincinnati Film Society presents
Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People sponsored by FotoFocus
Venue sponsor: Cincinnati Art Museum in the Fath Auditorium.
Artist talk immediately following with Director Thomas Allen Harris & Producer Deborah Willis.
This film has a local Cincinnati connection with the 19th century photographer James Presley Ball. Ball, worked in Cincinnati for 25 years, both before and after the Civil War.
THROUGH A LENS DARKLY: BLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS AND THE EMERGENCE OF A PEOPLE is a documentary about how African American communities have used the camera as a tool for social change from the invention of photography to the present. This epic tale poetically moves between the present and the past, through contemporary photographers and artists whose images and stories seek to reconcile legacies of pride and shame while giving voice to images long suppressed, forgotten, and hidden from sight.
Sundance Film Festival, January 2014 - World Premiere
Santa Barbara International Film Festival, February 2014 -
West Coast/California Premiere *Social Justice Award for Documentary Film*
Pan African Film Festival, February 2014 - *Festival Programmer's Award - Documentary*
Berlin International Film Festival, February 2014 - International Premiere *TEDDY Nomination*
Documentary Fortnight 2014: MoMA's International Festival of Nonfiction Film, February 2014 - New York Premiere