In celebration of the final weekend of this exhibition, Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick will be on view for free through January 16.
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Have you received a blank "What Matters Now?" postcard in the mail, or picked one up at the museum or another distribution point? Take a moment to reflect on the question, then fill in the blank and mail the card to a recipient who needs to hear you—whether an elected official, a friend, an organization, or a stranger. Some advice from Hank Willis Thomas: "Be visionary, not reactionary."
By mailing your postcard, you’ll draw attention to the role of United States Postal Service in voter enfranchisement and let others know how to register to vote in person or by mail-in ballot.
Have a lot to say? Want to encourage lots of folks to express their views, listen to others, and vote? Print, distribute, or mail as many postcards as you’d like.
You can also participate—and help spread the word about voter and mail-in ballot registration—via social media. Post a picture of your postcard before you mail it or share using a "What Matters Now" story template, and tag the Cincinnati Art Museum. We will be sharing your responses throughout the run of Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal…
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The mailing address of the Cincinnati Art Museum is 953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati OH, 45202.
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