Photograph by Don Nesbitt
Ever wonder what Findlay Market looked like a generation ago? Through March 11, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County main branch atrium will exhibit black-and-white photography showing the Cincinnati marketplace as it looked at the middle of the century. A Look Back: Findlay Market 1966 is a collection by DAAP alum Don Nesbitt (taken as part of a project under local photographer Kazik Paszovski) that gives a glimpse into the everyday lives of buyers and sellers. The collection of images are on display along with Findlay Market: Heart of the City, an informative exhibition about the market’s past, present, and future.
800 Vine St., downtown; through March 11. Open during normal library hours: Monday–Wednesday, 9 a.m.–9 p.m.; Thursday–Saturday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.; Sunday 1–5 p.m. findlaymarket.org