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A Soulful Soiree Curator’s Conversation on Whitfield Lovell: Passages

April 18 @ 5:30 pm 7:30 pm

Cincinnati Art Museum

Free Admission

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Attend A Soulful Soiree Curator’s Conversation on Whitfield Lovell: Passages at the Cincinnati Art Museum on April 18.

On April 18, join us as The Voice of Black Cincinnati presents a Whitfield Lovell: Passages Curator’s Conversation at the Cincinnati Art Museum, commencing from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Guests are warmly invited to partake in the free festivities. Up to 75 attendees will be treated to exclusive gift bags with exciting prizes from sponsors.

Whitfield Lovell: Passages Curator’s Conversation Options:

  • Enjoy conversation with curator Julie Aronson, PhD
  • Savor a delectable complimentary dinner by the bite featuring mac & chees bites, key lime shrimp cocktail, flank steak chimichurri, and a mini dessert display
  • Cash bar with wine and cocktails
  • 75 swag bags
  • Shop with Black women-owned vendors.
  • Capture precious moments with an onsite photographer. After the event, complimentary photos will be shared on The Voice of Black Cincinnati’s Facebook page.


  • Earth, Wind & Fire tickets
  • Cincinnati Symphony tickets
  • Cincinnati Shakespeare Theatre tickets
  • PASSAGES exhibit passes for a future date
  • More to come!

During the Curator’s Conversation, explore the captivating Whitfield Lovell: Passages.

Curator’s Conversation Admission

Admission to Cincinnati Art Museum, The Whitfield Lovell: Passages exhibit, and the Curator’s Conversation is free.

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About Whitfield Lovell: Passage

Whitfield Lovell: Passages urges viewers to contemplate the ordinary lives and extraordinary journeys of the African American experience while raising universal questions about identity, memory, and America’s collective heritage. This most comprehensive exhibit comprises over 80 evocative multisensory installations, conté crayon drawings, and assemblages.

About Julie Aronson, PhD

Dr. Julie Aronson has been Curator of American Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings at the Cincinnati Art Museum since 1999. She earned her BA in art history from Brandeis University, MA from Williams College, and Ph.D. from the University of Delaware. Dr. Aronson has published and lectured on topics ranging from New England folk portraiture to painters and sculptors of the Cincinnati region.

At the Cincinnati Art Museum, she collaborated with Marjorie E. Wieseman to curate the exhibition Perfect Likeness: European and American Portrait Miniatures from the Cincinnati Art Museum (2006) with its landmark catalog. Dr. Aronson was on the curatorial team that produced the permanent collection display The Cincinnati Wing: The Story of Art in the Queen City and edited and co-authored the companion publication.

Cincinnati Art Museum Venue Details


Parking is free in Museum lots, and accessible parking is available. The front entrance allows wheelchair and stroller entry. Bike Racks are available outside the Main Entrance of the Art Museum. Arrive using Cincinnati METRO.


The Cincinnati Art Museum strives for inclusivity by increasing accessibility to its collection, programming, and resources. For more information about accessibility programs or to request accommodations, please get in touch with [email protected].

The Voice of Black Cincinnati is a media company designed to educate, recognize, and create opportunities for African Americans. Want to find local news, events, job postings, scholarships, and a database of local Black-owned businesses? Visit our homepage, explore other articles, subscribe to our newsletter, like our Facebook page, join our Facebook group, and text VOBC to 513-270-3880.

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