Google taking 'street view' technology into museums (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 13, 2014)
Cincinnati Art Museum to Host MetaModern Show (Cincinnati CityBeat, December 11, 2014)
Color Color showcases digital prints and poetry (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, December 11, 2014)
Cincinnati-based artist Bukang Y. Kim takes visitors on Journey at Art Museum (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, December 11, 2014)
'Big Pictures' takes over Cincinnati billboards (The News Record, December 9, 2014)
Important New Art Film Coming to Cincinnati Art Museum (Cincinnati CityBeat, December 4, 2014)
Open to the public
Our Mary R. Schiff Library & Archives are open to the public with newly extended hours. The library is now located on the third floor of the newly renovated Longworth Wing at the Art Museum. Come check us out and attend one of our special lectures!
Summer 2014 - Summer 2015
Big Pictures is a yearlong public exhibition that features photographs by artists on billboards across Greater Cincinnati. Organized by Brian Sholis, Associate Curator of Photography at the Cincinnati Art Museum, this exhibition presents captivating images by photographic artists working around the world.
For over 130 years, the Art Museum has continuously evolved to reflect the needs of our visitors. Today we further our mission of bringing people and art together with recent renovations to our Main Lobby and Terrace Café, creating visitor-centered spaces, enhancing the museum experience. In the next year we will also welcome expanded gallery space and our new Rosenthal Education Center, providing visitors of all ages with hands-on educational activities. Read more about our campaign to Make Room for Art at the link below.
October 15, 2014 to April 15, 2016
ArtWorks and the Cincinnati Art Museum are partnering to develop and produce a rotating program of temporary works of art installed on the west-facing façade of the French Wing at the Cincinnati Art Museum. C A M P G R O U N D, the first Art Museum installation, evokes a billboard one may still discover along a country highway. It advertises with the familiar vacation icons of tire swings and sparking campfires.