friday may 26, 2017 | 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Celebrate the "naughty nineties" CINcinnati style with cocktails, live music from The Hot Magnolias, dance performances from Pones and a very special lecture from local blogger Greg Hand. Food for purchase from The Chili Hut and Terrace Cafe.Learn More »
alice bimel endowment for asian art established to advance collections in cincinnati
The largest single monetary gift in the museum’s history, the endowment will enhance collections in the arts of South Asia, Greater Iran and Afghanistan.Learn More »
july 18 – 20, 2017 | 10% off if you register before may 31st
Through our extensive permanent collection, this Summer Teacher Institute will explore the art of craft and its impact on the Cincinnati community. The program will also investigate diverse teaching strategies for using objects and creativity in the Pre-K through 12th grade classroom, including a field trip to the American Sign Museum to explore where science and art meet.Learn More »
select dates, june 12, 2017 – august 11, 2017
Jump into art with eight weeks of exciting art projects, gallery games, and more! Explore a different theme each week with activities taught by skilled educators and museum staff. Designed for children ages 6-12. Convenient before and after care available.Learn More »
Hovering between documentary and fiction, F for Fake looks at the lives of Elmyr de Hory, famed for selling forgeries of Picasso and Matisse works, and Clifford Irving, known for penning a fake autobiography of Howard Hughes. Director Orson Welles hosts and narrates the film, which itself plays at misdirection and trickery.Find out more »
Explore iconic and celebrated Tiffany windows and lamps that highlight the contributions of Tiffany Studio artists including chemist Arthur Nash and designers Agnes Northrop, Frederick Wilson and Clara Driscoll.Find out more »
Come explore the Contemporary work in our permanent collection, many newly reinstalled on the Museum’s third-floor. From Andy Warhol and Mark Rothko, to artists still working today.
Public tours meet in the front lobby.Find out more »
Tours offer the highlights of the Cincinnati Art Museum's world-class permanent collection.
Public tours are always FREE and meet in the front lobby.Find out more »
From the brothels of the West End to the beer gardens of Over-the-Rhine, from the hilltop dancehalls to the theaters and freak shows downtown, the Queen City in the 1890s was a salacious pool of sensual delights.
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Celebrate the "naughty nineties" CINcinnati style with cocktails, live music from The Hot Magnolias, dance performances from Pones and a very special lecture from local blogger Greg Hand. Food for purchase from The Chili Hut, Graeter's and the Terrace Cafe.Find out more »
Take a docent-led interactive tour with fun facts and hands-on activities for the whole family. Meet a trained museum docent in the Front Lobby.
Public tours are always FREE and meet in the front lobbyFind out more »
We are bringing pop culture and art together each month through Fandom. This month, help us celebrate the anticipated Wonder Woman film coming out soon! We will explore the ideas of our own Wonder Women artists represented in the museum galleries.
FREE. Reservations required.Find out more »
You decide what you want to make in this free program for teens ages 13–18. Bring your own materials or use ours. Get inspired by our amazing collection and meet young artists like yourself.
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This program is specifically designed for adults with developmental disabilities and
their caregivers. This month join art educators to see how light and color combine to make art in Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light. After exploring the galleries, we will use what we've learned to make our own light-catching artwork.
FREE. Reservations recommended.
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