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Downtown's Lloyd Library is one of the true hidden gems of Cincinnati, with a world-class collection of books on the sciences and ecology. Their next exhibit, honoring Women's History Month, is Women and Nature in the Arts, Sciences, and Letters, kicks off with an opening reception on March 6. With more on the mission of Lloyd Library and this exhibit, Executive Director Patricia Van Skaik is in the studio with our Barbara Gray.

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Downtown's Lloyd Library, a research library and exhibit space, has quite the collection of rare and treasured books that will be on view starting December 6. The library's executive director, Patricia van Skaik, joins our Anne Arenstein to discuss the Treasures of the Lloyd exhibit featuring a first edition of Darwin's "Origin of the Species" and a book once owned by Harry Houdini.

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After its initial exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll, has moved to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. 

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The history and impact of Cincinnati's 60's-era underground paper, Independent Eye, is spotlighted in an exhibit and upcoming panel discussion at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Mark Neeley is the force behind both, and he joins our David Delegator to discuss the importance of the paper, how his interest was piqued, and who will join the panel discussion on November 13.

On Thursday, April 4, the Jewish American Hall of Fame will celebrate its 50th anniversary with the induction of its newest member, the late Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, founder of Hebrew Union College

Over 350 artifacts and a mummy dating back more than 3000 years are all part of the exhibit Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs, now on display at the Cincinnati Museum Center

As part of Black History Month, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's traveling exhibit King Records: Thirty Years That Changed American Music | 1943-1973 will be officially dedicated on Thursday, February 28 in Cleveland. 

Cincinnati's Lloyd Library, home of one of the best botanical art collections in the world, will open a new exhibit inspired by the season. 

One of Cincinnati's unheralded treasures is downtown's Lloyd Library. They have a new exhibit opening July 20 called Pharmacognosy Illustrated: A History of Natural Pharmaceuticals, and Lee Hay learns more about it from Executive Director Patricia Van Skaik.

Louisville's Frazier History Museum is currently featuring a retrospective of the Haute Couture style and fashion of Mona Bismarck, a midcentury socialite from Kentucky who once carried the title Best Dressed Woman in the World. 

Coming to The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting in West Chester on March 3: Boston puppeteer Wayne Martin discusses Cincinnati TV legend and puppet master Larry Smith.

Cincinnati's long and accomplished broadcast history is being celebrated in a new exhibit at the main branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

To commemorate the opening of the new Cincinnati Shakespeare Company theatre, they are teaming with the Cincinnati Museum Center to present a temporary exhibit featuring a First Folio, one of 234 original published copies of Shakespeare's works. 

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Man O'War: The Mostest Horse There Ever Was is the title of an exhibit at Lexington, Kentucky's International Museum of the Horse

Toy historian Gary Darna has created a digital catalog of toy collectibles, including those with local ties from Kenner and Hasbro

Off the Page is the title of a new exhibit at the Lloyd Library of the works of Maria Sibylla Merian who discovered the theory of metamorphoses 150 years before Darwin's Theory of Evolution. 

Faith and Fashion: The Crowns of African American Women is a pop-up exhibit of church hats worn by African American women, now on display at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Cincinnati’s Harriet Beecher Stowe House is now hosting the exhibit Rethinking Porkopolis, examining our city’s long history with pigs and pork processing. 

Local musician and photographer Maurice Mattei will be exhibiting his series of photographs taken over a 30 year period in Italy. 

The Taft Museum of Art celebrates the recently completed TV phenomenon, Downton Abbey, with an exhibit of 36 costumes opening July 2.

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