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CincyArtMuseum RT @artacademycincy: Lecture this evening, 7pm at @cincyartmuseum from photographer Paul Graham. Brought to you by @FOTOFOCUSCINCY http://t 12 hour ago via Twitter CincyArtMuseum Decide on a Pop Art Costume? How about a Pop Art Zombie? Get Creative and enter our Contest @ 6 hour ago via Twitter
Cincinnati Art Museum Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Our objects conservator is working on a Japanese folding screen for the upcoming Masterpieces of Japanese Art exhibition. The screen has delicate bamboo shades set into the cart doors shown in each of its six panels. Over time some of the shades have warped and detached from their frames. The folding screen’s frame is also showing signs of wear. The lacquer is flaking and there are numerous rubs and chips in the surface. The objects conservator is working to clean and flatten the bamboo screens to fit them back into the panels and she is consolidating (applying adhesive) and inpainting losses in the lacquer frame. The painted portion of the screen will be a project for our paper conservator. You will be able to see this screen conserved and on display next year in the “Masterpieces of Japanese Art” from February 14th to August 30th 2015. 3 hour ago via Facebook

Donald P. Sowell Internship Program

Donald P. Sowell African American Internship Program


The Cincinnati Art Museum has a paid summer internship position for a select African American undergraduate, who will have completed their sophomore year by Summer 2014. The Fellowship provides one full time (35 hours per week) position for 10 weeks, at $10 per hour, and the opportunity to explore museum careers.


Internships are available in the following departments: Curatorial, Registration, Learning & Interpretation, Special Events, and the Museum Shop. Please indicate your area of interest with application.


Educational credit may be available, check with school(s) for requirements.


Who is eligible?


African American students who will have completed their sophomore year preceding the summer work period. Students must claim the Greater Cincinnati region as a permanent residence (60 miles radius of the Art Museum). Students do not have to be Fine Arts majors, or be committed to a museum career. What does the ten-week Fellowship entail? Fellowship projects are based on staff needs and the Fellows’ interests. Please apply to an open intern position listed on the Cincinnati Art Museum’s website.


How do I apply?


To apply for an internship position, please submit:


• A cover letter describing your interest in the internship program, museum work and reasons for applying. Please include name, home and school addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail address.


• A full résumé of education and employment history, including contact info for three references.


• A list of all college-level course work.


• Other information as specified in the position description.