Monday, May 07, 2001

Museum will be open through Nov. 4




        Need a final fix of Duveneck, Farny, Twachtman or Duncanson in the original conformation of the Taft Museum of Art?

        See them all — along with historic collections of porcelain vases, pocket watches, furniture and other treasures at 316 Pike St., downtown Cincinnati, through Nov. 4.

        After that date, some paintings and other pieces will be on temporary exhibit in other museums; schedules have not been determined.

        The gift shop and special Taft programs will continue to operate from new locations to be announced, officials said.

        Hours through Nov. 4: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission $4; $2 seniors and students; 18 and younger free. Free to all on Wednesday and Sunday.

        For more information, go to www.taftmuseum.org or call 241-0343.

       



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