Cincinnati Art Museum Announces New Director (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, July 29, 2014)
Anguish of World War I seen in prints (Cincinnati Enquirer, July 27, 2014)
Charles James gowns part of “High Style” fashion exhibit at Fine Arts Museums in 2015 (SFGate, July 10, 2014)
iSPY CiNCY's July Arts Guide (iSPYCiNCY, July 1, 2014)
Friday, August 29, 5 – 9 p.m.
Join us for Art After Dark on the Final Friday of every month. Get a sneak peek of American Gothic before it opens during tours of the Art Museum's folk art collection and enjoy a bourbon & beer garden in the courtyard. Live music by Jake Speed & the Freddies. See link for details.
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!
July 19 - October 26, 2014
Building Pictures presents photographs in the Art Museum collection by Édouard Baldus, the leading architectural photographer in France during the 1850s and ’60s. Featuring images of the Louvre, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and other buildings and engineering feats throughout the country, this display demonstrates Baldus’s mastery of the new medium.
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.
June 21 – August 17, 2014
Dive into the artistic history of World War I with this eye-opening exhibition which brings to life the birth of Expressionism and the impact of the Great War on German Expressionist artists. This exhibition is the Cincinnati Art Museum’s contribution to Cincinnati Remembers, a series of community events honoring World War I, presented by the Cincinnati Opera.