Friday, June 16, 2017
Join the Cincinnati Art Museum for our 27th annual food and wine event featuring an extensive assortment of wine and beer, delectable local food, live music, a silent auction, and exclusive access to the entire museum.
For more information, please contact the Events Staff at [email protected] or (513) 639-2962.
This year, all proceeds from The Art of Wine will help fund one of the museum’s premier family programs, Family First Saturday. Family First Saturday takes place the first Saturday of each month and features family entertainment, gallery scavenger hunts and art-making activities for kids of all ages. It is one of the most important visual art programs in the city and serves thousands of families.
Learn more about Family First Saturdays and other family programs.
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What should I wear?
Anything goes, but our attendees typically dress in business casual attire.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
YES! Tickets can be purchased at the door the night of A Taste of Duveneck: The Art of Wine, but we suggest purchasing tickets online in advance.
How many tickets can I buy?
You can purchase as many tickets as you wish.
Can my ticket be refunded?
No, tickets are non-refundable.
Do I have to be 21 to attend?
Yes, all guests must be 21 to purchase a ticket and/or attend the event.
How much does parking cost?
Parking is free at the museum and valet parking will be provided. Arrive early for the best parking options.
Who was Frank Duveneck (1848-1919)?
“After all’s said, Frank Duveneck is the greatest talent of the brush of his generation.” - John Singer Sargent
Born in Covington, Kentucky in 1848, perhaps no other artist has had such an influence on the growth and development of the Cincinnati Art Museum, its relationship to the people of Cincinnati, and his lasting legacy in the pantheon of great American artists. Duveneck was classically trained at the Munich Art Academy and alternated living and working between the United States and Europe for most of his active career. He later founded a school of painting in 1878 whose pupils included other celebrated American artists such as John Henry Twachtman, Otto Bacher, Julius Rolshoven, and John White Alexander. Duveneck also spent his later years serving as a professor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and continued to be a magnanimous friend and benefactor of the Cincinnati Art Museum until his passing in 1919. The Cincinnati Art Museum retains the largest collection of his paintings, etchings, and drawings in the world and is excited to share the vibrant history and thoughtful realism of one of greatest American artists. Find The Whistling Boy and other great works by Frank Duveneck at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Kasey Jo Trbovich