Exhibitions Coming and Going: Cincinnati area
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.
This program is specifically designed for adults with developmental disabilities and their caregivers.
Bring your toddler or preschooler to the Rosenthal Education Center for a morning of art-themed books, songs and sensory activities.
Join us each week for a different way to look at art. During this week’s discussion, visitors will look at artworks with food in them.
In Paris in the 1920s, the young American photographer Berenice Abbott (1898–1991) encountered the elderly French photographer Eugène Atget (1857–1927).
Do you love to read? Love art? Join librarians from the Public Library and Hamilton County and a specially-trained docent for this bi-monthly book club.
Rose must spin straw into gold to save her father! With the help of a strange little creature, she does the impossible, but she could lose everything if she can’t guess his name.