New year. Newfields. Did you make a resolution? You wanted more time for self-care—imagined indulging in culture, perusing beautiful works of art.
Explore the artistic legacy of renowned, American photographer George Platt Lynes through this exhibition of photographs from the collection of the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University
Come for an evening of music and art with Kate Wakefield. Originally from Ann Arbor, Wakefield moved to Cincinnati to study Opera at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
Acclaimed Lebanese artist Akram Zaatari combines the roles of image-maker, archivist, curator, filmmaker and critical theorist to explore the role photography plays in both instituting and fabricating identity.
Painters often draw from existing visual materials, such as photographs and reproductions of past works of art, to inspire and construct their work.
From Winslow Homer to Georgia O’Keeffe traces a century of the modern creative spirit in the United States, ranging from realistic landscapes to bold abstract forms.
Filmed in one take and played in the reverse, this captivating and ambitious work by filmmaker Ben Russell, titled River Rites, is an exercise in what the artist called “psychedelic ethnography.”
For the first time ever, Orchids will be installed in the gallery spaces at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
This exhibit opens Feb. 08, 2019 at the Contemporary Arts Center:
This exhibit opens Feb 08, 2019 at the Contemporary Arts Center:
This exhibition will feature the works of contemporary Japanese artist, Bidou Yamaguchi, a traditionally trained Noh mask carver who has created a body of work inspired by Old Master paintings.
we can’t escape time; our phones, tablets, smart watches, and social media feeds remind us constantly.
C. M. Turner (Cincinnati, OH) curates a group show of artists and writers addressing the parallels between marginalia and marginalization.
Using disparate material and techniques in her installations, Migiwa Orimo (Yellow Springs, OH) focuses on words/texts that are hidden, erased, redacted, or invisible from public view.
Dominic Guarnaschelli (Louisville, KY) draws inspiration from the fields of natural history, religion, education, and museological display.
Our popular “open house” program for preschoolers and their parents offers interactive learning stations in the galleries, storytellers, and a hands-on art project each month.
Artists are often at the leading edge of innovation and experimentation with new materials that spur creative development. Synthetica is a group exhibition of artists working with chemically engineered materials in unconventional ways.
Join us each week for a different way to look at art. Every Sunday, we will explore a new perspective on the CAM collection during this one hour experience.
Alex Hibbitt (Athens, OH) constructs complex modular and suspended sculptures of cast porcelain intersected with cut felt shapes that explore ideas of complexity, connectivity, and the relationships between two- and three-dimensional forms.
This program is designed for families with children who have autism or other developmental disabilities to explore the museum in a comfortable environment.