Through Another Lens: Georgia O'Keeffe's Photography Lecture

 

Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887–1986) is revered for her iconic paintings of flowers, skyscrapers, animal skulls, and Southwestern landscapes. Her photographic work, however, has not been explored in depth until now. To mark the opening of Georgia O’Keeffe, Photographer, originating exhibition curator Lisa Volpe joins us from The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, to discuss O’Keeffe’s relationship to and personal use of photography, the research that brought this history to light, and the discoveries still waiting to be made.

General Public: $20, Students: $5, Members: FREE

 

If you need accessibility accommodations for any programs or events, please email access@cincyart.org. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to ensure accommodations can be made.

 

Art Museum Members: Please use the SIGN IN or REGISTER buttons at the top-right of your screen to login prior to adding purchases to your cart. Once signed in, you will receive your Member discount for this event at checkout.

Colonial Dames Lecture and Tea

 

If you need accessibility accommodations for any programs or events, please email access@cincyart.org. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to ensure accommodations can be made.

 

 

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Evenings for Educators

 

Evenings for Educators is the Cincinnati Art Museum’s monthly teacher professional development program. Through the lens of the Cincinnati Art Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions, Evenings for Educators supports all subjects taught in the classroom. We encourage a STREAM approach as well as Twenty-First Century Learning strategies in the museum and classroom. This program is offered for teachers of all grade levels and disciplines, art appreciation volunteers, pre-service education majors, teaching artists as well as community and museum educators.

 

This program happens on the third Thursday of the month from 4-7 pm at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

 

Participating teachers will receive CEU certificates in May. Graduate credit is available for an additional fee through Ashland University. For more information, email schoolandteachers@cincyart.org. 

 

If you need accessibility accommodations for any programs or events, please email access@cincyart.org. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to ensure accommodations can be made.

 

Art Museum Members: Please use the SIGN IN or REGISTER buttons at the top-right of your screen to login prior to adding purchases to your cart. Once signed in, you will receive your Member discount for this event at checkout.

Studio Class: Storytelling Through Collage

 

Thursdays: February 2 - March 9, 1 ticket for the 6-week program.

Become a better artist with these weekly studio classes for students of all ages and abilities. Classes meet every Thursday night for six weeks and will build on traditional artmaking techniques. Full course registration only. Children must be at least six years old to participate. An enrolled adult must accompany children under 12.

General Public: $80, Members: $40

 

If you need accessibility accommodations for any programs or events, please email access@cincyart.org. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to ensure accommodations can be made.

Art Museum Members: Please use the SIGN IN or REGISTER buttons at the top-right of your screen to login prior to adding purchases to your cart. Once signed in, you will receive your Member discount for this event at checkout.

Artist Workshops

 

Bring your friends and family to a workshop led by a local artist. Projects are designed for artists, both young and old, and of all abilities. Children must be at least six years old to participate. An enrolled adult must accompany children under 12. Check the online calendar for monthly program details.

 

If you need accessibility accommodations for any programs or events, please email access@cincyart.org. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to ensure accommodations can be made.

 

Art Museum Members: Please use the SIGN IN or REGISTER buttons at the top-right of your screen to login prior to adding purchases to your cart. Once signed in, you will receive your Member discount for this program at checkout.

Duveneck Association: Holiday Cocktail Party

 

Duveneck Association: Holiday Cocktail Party

Monday, December 5, 2022 | 4 – 6 p.m.

 

Please join us as we celebrate the holiday season with friends, cocktails, and food in the Great Hall! We will hear from CAMs Chief Administrative Officer, Dave Linnenberg about what the future holds for the Cincinnati Art Museum.

 

Please bring a guest who would love to learn more about The Duveneck Association and possibly join the association.

 

$45 Per Person

Festive Attire | Cocktails & Dinner by the Bite

Please RSVP by Monday, November 28, 2022

 

 

You can register and pay for Affiliate Group Lunches online

Need help? Call Molly Milano-Rifkind at 513-639-296

www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/give-join/affiliate-groups/duveneck-association/

Beyond Bollywood: 2000 Years of Dance in Art

 

The exhibition Beyond Bollywood: 2000 Years of Dance in Art explores the representation of dance in the arts from South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayan region from the first to the twenty-first century. Dance is omnipresent in the arts of this region and has long been a key element in the world’s image of India and nearby countries. Through religious, courtly, and everyday objects, the exhibition will illustrate how dance occupies a uniquely important place in the region. The dance of the gods can provide religious and ethical lessons and can also symbolize power and majesty. In daily life, people have long danced for worship, for festivals, for the entertainment of emperors and princes, and for their own enjoyment. Dance was–and is–not only for delight. This groundbreaking exhibition will empower museum audiences to consider the compelling visual language of dance through its many permutations. It will demonstrate the exceptional importance and power of dance in religious thought, literature, politics, and societal structures.

Through approximately 120 artworks drawn from US museums and private collections, the exhibition features sculptures of bronze, stone, ivory, and wood; paintings; jewelry; textiles; and contemporary works in new media. In addition to representations of dance from India, works from Pakistan, Nepal, Tibet, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, and Indonesia are included. Jointly organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Asian Art Museum, the exhibition premieres in Cincinnati before travelling to San Francisco in 2023.

 

 

The Cincinnati Art Museum is open to the public Tuesday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., and on Thursday, 11 a.m.–8 p.m. The selected time on your ticket indicates the museums open hours when tickets to view the exhibition are required. Once youve purchased your tickets, you may enter the exhibition at any time during open hours on the selected date on your ticket.

 

Art Museum Members: Please use the SIGN IN or REGISTER buttons at the top-right of your screen to login prior to adding purchases to your cart. Once signed in, you will receive your Member discount for this exhibition at checkout.

Baby Tours

 

This 40-minute experience will introduce you and your infant (ages 0-2) to the world of art with a tour designed to stimulate their developing minds. We will explain the positive effects of visual stimulation with masterpieces that will mesmerize the Art Museum's youngest visitors. Visitors will meet in the Schmiddlapp Gallery, be lead on a guided tour, then will do a baby safe artmaking activity in the Rosenthal Education Center. Strollers are discouraged so that you and your child can better experience the art together. FREE. Reservations Required.

Please reserve one ticket per family - includes up to four people including children.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Photographer

February 3 - May 7, 2023

Georgia O’Keeffe, Photographer presents nearly 100 photographs by the artist, together with a complementary selection of paintings and drawings. These works illuminate OKeeffes use of the camera to further her modernist vision, showing how she embraced photography as a unique artistic practice and took ownership of her relationship with the medium.

Discover, for the first time, O’Keeffe’s eloquent and perceptive photographic vision.

 

 

 

The Cincinnati Art Museum is open to the public Tuesday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., and on Thursday, 11 a.m.–8 p.m. The selected time on your ticket indicates the museum’s open hours when tickets to view the exhibition are required. Once you’ve purchased your tickets, you may enter the exhibition at any time during open hours on the selected date on your ticket.

 

Art Museum Members: Please use the SIGN IN or REGISTER buttons at the top-right of your screen to login prior to adding purchases to your cart. Once signed in, you will receive your Member discount for this exhibition at checkout.

Beyond Bollywood: Gallery Tour and Lecture-Demonstration


Gallery Tour and Lecture-Demonstration with Balinese Dancer Kamellia Smith

Saturday, November 19 at 12 and 2 p.m.

 

Gallery Tour and Lecture-Demonstration with kathak dancer Rossana Bandopadhyay

Saturday, December 17 at 12 and 2 p.m.

 

Gallery Tour and Lecture-Demonstration with Bharatnatyam dancer Mekala Krishnan

Saturday, January 21 at 12 and 2 p.m.

 

Limited capacity. Reservations required. Program complimentary with exhibition ticket (Free for members. $12/adults, $8/seniors, children, and students). Program to occur at 12pm and repeat at 2pm.