Aaron Betsky Reveals Changes, Challenges at Cincinnati Art Museum (Cincinnati CityBeat, December 23, 2013)
NEA awards $175,000 to 7 local groups (Cincinnati Enquirer, December 13, 2013)
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Whether you and your family are coming to the Art Museum for the first time, you’re a member stopping in for a tour, or you want to learn more about a special exhibition or the Art Museum’s collection, you can enjoy a variety of programs and resources available for adults, families, children, students, and teachers. Take advantage of the educational programs and resources for all ages at the Art Museum, ranked recently as the top art museum for families in the U.S. by Parenting Magazine and the Zagat Survey.
For a list of activities on specific dates, visit the online Calendar.
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s guided tours are designed to present a rich visual arts experience, increase students’ perception and analytical skills, and enrich school curriculum. Volunteer docents engage students in active looking and discussions by focusing on approximately six to eight works of art in a one-hour tour. The guided tour is planned and developed according to the information you provide the tour coordinator at the time of scheduling.
The Art Museum offers a wide array of speakers, events, gallery talks and workshops to help you learn about and enjoy the permanent collection and special exhibitions.
Discover the visual arts in a whole new way through our full schedule of youth and family programs.
Join us to experience the Cincinnati Art Museum's Collection through a variety of programs designed specifically for the blind & visually impaired, deaf & hearing impaired, as well as for adults with developmental disabilities.