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Store hours change + new merch + special project

2018 IS OFF AND RUNNING!

Folks, I haven’t yet even had time to change out the holiday window displays! Between year end and new year commitments, plus multiple personal projects, 2018 is already in full swing, with a calendar of new things to look forward to, which I’ll keep you informed about as the dates approach.

That said, new store hours for NVISION are as follows…

NVISION IS OPEN

THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS 2PM-9PM

SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 12PM-9PM

& BY APPOINTMENT

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THESE JUST IN…

Pair of vintage wood frame lounge chairs, $250/pair

Pair of vintage wood frame lounge chairs, $250/pair

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THIS JUST IN…

Vintage coffee table by Clifford Pascoe, laminate surface and iron frame, $175

Vintage coffee table by Clifford Pascoe, laminate surface and iron frame, $175

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THESE LAMPS JUST IN…

Vintage Danish Modern style lamp by Modeline, 41” tall, $350Vintage tension pole lamp by Raymond Loewy for Stiffel, $400Vintage lamp by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates, 56” tall, $350

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Vintage Danish Modern style lamp by Modeline, 41” tall, $350

Vintage tension pole lamp by Raymond Loewy for Stiffel, $400

Vintage lamp by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates, 56” tall, $350

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NOW SHOWING AT NVISION

STAINED GLASS CLOTHING & ART

BY YBETTE INOJOSA

YBETTE INOJOSA is a visual artist, primarily working in stained glass, and a graphic designer, originally from Caracas, Venezuela, and based in Covington, KY for the past 20+ years.

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–> THIS SUNDAY <–

Please join me THIS SUNDAY, January 14, 1pm-3pm, at the Jarson-Kaplan Theater in the Aronoff Center, for a special event in conjunction with the exhibition curated by yours truly, SANCTUARY: Kathy Y. Wilson Living In A Colored Museum, an exhibition at the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery, in the Aronoff Center (on display through January 28).

Reading by Kathy Y. Wilson &
Lecture by Dr. David Pilgrim

Dr. David Pilgrim, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI), and founder/curator of the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University, is one of this country’s leading experts on issues relating to multiculturalism, diversity, and race relations.

Kathy Y. Wilson is an acclaimed writer, performer, educator, and art collector. She will read a new piece reflecting on her 52-year relationship with America, as well as lead a conversation with Sanctuary exhibition curator Emily Buddendeck.

Tickets are $20 each or $15 for students. Buy tickets–>HERE

–>Immediately following the presentation in the Jarson-Kaplan theater, please join us for a Sunday Salon with Kathy Y. Wilson and Dr. Pilgrim, in the Sanctuary exhibition in the Weston Art Gallery 3PM-5PM IT’S FREE

LISTEN TO A RADIO INTERVIEW ON 91.7 WVXU’s Around Cincinnati program, with Kathy Y. Wilson, Dr. David Pilgrim, and yours truly, discussing the Sanctuary exhibition and Sunday’s program–>HERE

WATCH A VIDEO interviewing Kathy Y. Wilson in her apartment, talking about her collection and what it means to her–>HERE

READ A CITYBEAT COVER STORY interviewing Kathy Y. Wilson about her collection, and the Sanctuary exhibition, and Sunday’s program–>HERE

SANCTUARY: Kathy Y. Wilson Living In A Colored Museum is on display at the Weston Art Gallery through January 28th.

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BOOKMARK NORTHSIDE’S WEBSITE, WelcomeToNorthside.com

to keep tabs on things to do here

WelcomeToNorthside.com shares things to do, what’s new, and where to eat, shop, play and park in Northside. Bookmark the calendar of events page to have easy access to a variety of things to do on any given day.

Special thanks to the Northside Business Association for this community tool.

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–> FIND NVISION ON INSTAGRAM HERE <–

–> FIND NVISION ON FACEBOOK HERE <–

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