by Cincinnati Art Museum
Enjoy these works by artists who identify as Asian American or Pacific Islander in the museum’s permanent collection.
by Lea C. Lane, Curatorial Assistant for Decorative Arts and Design
Keen-eyed visitors to our current exhibition, Gorham: Designing Brilliance, will notice a familiar Cincinnati name on two of the objects: Rookwood Pottery.
This week in objects conservation: this early 1920’s porcelain bowl is in the lab for cleaning and repair.
by Angela Mascolino
The March Evenings For Educators will celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of women artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Elizabeth Nourse and others.
by Amy Dehan, Curator of Decorative Arts & Design
Among the beloved early-twentieth-century Rookwood murals, fireplace and fountain in The Procter & Gamble Gallery (G126), you’ll now find a striking new addition: The Living Room Fireplace.
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