Sanctuary: Kathy Y. Wilson Living in a Colored Museum
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Opening Reception: Friday, December 1, 2017 from 6-8pm. Independent curator Emily Buddendeck (Cincinnati, OH) recreates a sense of Wilson’s home environment in an installation in the Weston’s East Gallery.
Kathy Y. Wilson (Cincinnati, OH) is an acclaimed writer, performer, educator, and art collector largely known for her provocative column “Your Negro Tour Guide” (published for eight years from 2000-05 and again in 2013-16 in the Cincinnati alternative newspaper CityBeat) and later adapted as a book and one-woman play. Within her East Walnut Hills apartment Wilson has amassed a museum-like collection of locally made art, racist objects, and antebellum era collectibles alongside family
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Admission is free. Donations are welcome.
650 Walnut Street (corner of Seventh and Walnut streets), Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Weston Art Gallery is situated in the urban core of downtown Cincinnati. With more than 6,000 parking spaces within a two-block radius, there are a variety of parking options for patrons. On the street blocks of Sixth St., Walnut St., and Seventh St. there are several independent valet operators just footsteps from the Weston Art Gallery entrance. Valet stations are located adjacent to Nada Restaurant, Nicholson’s Gastropub, and Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse.
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