Visit the Art Academy to see Never a Day Without Drawing, on view from August 23 to September 9, 2021.
by Trisha Brockmeyer & Geoff Edwards
Paintings , Politics and the Monument’s Men: The Berlin Masterpieces , Monuments Men , Walter Farmer , Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives , Trisha Brockmeyer , Geoff Edwards , archives , Cincinnati history , World War II
Although perhaps best known for his wartime service, a new donation of papers and photographs to the Mary R. Schiff Library & Archives is helping to shed light on Walter Farmer’s life and work beyond the Monuments Men.
by Cincinnati Art Museum
Charity Navigator gives its highest rating for the sixth consecutive year.
Last week our paper conservator visited the Contemporary Arts Center downtown to deinstall the museum’s Panorama of the Procession.
This year the Cincinnati Art Museum is again supporting the Contemporary Arts Center by lending a book to their newly opened exhibit, “Tania Candiani: Sounding Labor, Silent Bodies”.
by Kaitlyn Sharo, Marketing & Communications Manager
From a new attendance record to Burning Man interactive installations to a new fully accessible front entrance, what an incredible year it’s been for the Cincinnati Art Museum!
by Helen Rindsberg
Artist April Vollmer will help the Cincinnati Art Museum celebrate its outstanding Japanese woodblock print collection at a special event from the Cincinnati Asian Art Society on Sunday, March 31.
Benn Pitman’s Design for a Circular Plate is an example of a preparatory drawing the artist created for a carving.
by CAM Staff
Cameron Kitchin, Director of the Cincinnati Art Museum, discusses the layers of creating and developing one of the oldest museums in the United States and its 'encyclopedic' and vast collection of more than 65,000 objects.
by Design and Installation
(Video) Watch as one of the Dressed to Kill swords is prepared and installed.
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