Exhibitions Coming and Going: Cincinnati area
C. M. Turner (Cincinnati, OH) curates a group show of artists and writers addressing the parallels between marginalia and marginalization.
At this event you will have an opportunity to hear two artists to articulate an answer to the question “Why do you make art and how does this determine your connection to your audience?”, as well as see up close their work.
Join us for an evening to celebrate the great women artists in the CAM collection. Assistant Director of School Based Learning, Samantha Gaier, will share insights from her research trip to New Mexico visiting the home and studio of Georgia O'Keeffe.
All college education majors are invited to the third annual Evenings for Future Educators. This program is designed especially for pre-service or education majors about to graduate.
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.