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Mid-Career Survey Traces Sikander’s Lexicon of Forms over Three Decades and New Work
In celebration of hip hop’s remarkable, decades-long impact and influence on society, the Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) will host the groundbreaking exhibition The Culture: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art in the 21st Century, on view from June 28–September 29, 2024.
On View at Cincinnati Art Museum March 1–May 26, 2024
Seven new trustees will serve their first term from 2023–2026: Jeff Berding, Missy Byrne, Jutta Lafley, Dan Schimberg, Lauren Shafer, Rachael Magowan and Cherie Silverstein.
The deadline to apply to be a floral artist at the highly anticipated biennial event has been extended to Friday, December 1.
For the first time, event will feature a juried selection of fine art-inspired floral designs
The Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) is honored to announce that it has received an Access for All grant from Art Bridges Foundation. One of only 64 museums across the country to receive the inaugural award in 2023, the $1,120,000 grant will help CAM serve new visitors and community members across Greater Cincinnati over the next three years.
In a generous demonstration of their belief in access to culture and education for every member of our community, Carol and William “Bill” Eckerle have left an $18 million gift to three leading Cincinnati institutions.
Celebrate the achievements of 33 contemporary Native American and Indigenous Pacific-Rim artists at the center of today’s global studio glass movement. Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass will be on view December 15, 2023–April 7, 2024.
The Cincinnati Art Museum has named Brad Hawse as its Director of Philanthropy.