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Art After Dark At Home: Frank Duveneck

Art After Dark At Home: Frank Duveneck

Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5–9 p.m.

This is a virtual event.

Follow us on social media to join the fun. Free.

Spend the night with Frank & friends!

The Cincinnati Art Museum is celebrating the new year and new special exhibitions with an “at home” version of Art After Dark.

During the virtual event, guests will enjoy a series of exclusive video premieres, including a cocktail tutorial from Molly Wellmann, local music from Indie Pop quartet The Ophelias, a performance from local dance group Pones celebrating artwork by Anila Quayyum Agha, and a curator-led virtual walkthrough of special exhibition Frank Duveneck: American Master.

5 p.m.: Happy hour! Pour a glass of whatever you have on hand—we highly recommend making Molly Wellmann’s Duveneck-inspired “Foucar à la Kin-kan.”* Purchase your own ingredients or pick up a take-home kit from Japp’s–since 1879 which includes ingredients for one drink. Beer lovers are encouraged to purchase a four-pack of our recent collaboration with Listermann Brewing Company. The limited-edition release includes four different bottle labels that feature famous works by Duveneck.

6 p.m.: Let’s dance! Local dance group Pones is getting the party started with a virtual performance in the All the Flowers Are for Me Pause, reflect, and move to this immersive installation now open through May 30.

7 p.m.: Virtual tour! Join Curator Dr. Julie Aronson for a never-before-seen virtual walkthrough of Frank Duveneck: American Master now open through March 28.

8 p.m.: Local music! Enjoy a one-hour performance from local Indie Pop quartet The Ophelias. Start a watch-party with friends and share the love for Cincinnati arts.

Videos will also be available to view on YouTube
Select playlist Art After Dark




  • 1.5 oz bourbon
  • .25 oz Triple Sec
  • .5 oz sherry
  • Dash of orange bitters

Stir all ingredients with ice, strain and serve. Garnish with an orange peel.

It’s said that Frank Duveneck was a regular visitor to Foucar’s Café, which opened in downtown Cincinnati in 1902. Duveneck’s artwork hung on its walls.

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