Symposium in Conjunction with Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men

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Friday September 24

Selected time

10:00 AM  –  5:00 PM

UPDATE: In response to rising cases of COVID-19, this program will now be online only.


This day-long symposium will delve into themes of the exhibition, Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men. Speakers from museums and universities will explore interdisciplinary connections that link the past to the present through art as diplomacy, current restitution efforts, and art and cultural heritage law. Richard Kurin, Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture and Ambassador at large for the Smithsonian Institution will present the keynote address.


Reservations Required. Members $15, General Public $30, Students FREE.


Call (513) 721-ARTS or visit for reservations.


The symposium is convened by the Cincinnati Art Museum and the University of Cincinnati.


If you need accessibility accommodations for this event, please email Please contact us at least two weeks in advance to ensure accommodations can be made.


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