Cincinnati Art Museum

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This may just be the Tri-State's most eclectic weekend yet—and that's a good thing. 

Robert McCloskey, Illustration for Make Way for Ducklings (detail), Viking Press, The May Massee Collection, Emporia State University Special Collections and Archives, Emporia State University. © 1941, 1969 Robert McCloskey, u

Robert McCloskey was born in Hamilton in 1914 and went on to become a renowned illustrator and artist, best known for writing and illustrating popular children's books. 

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Stop staring at the bricks in your wall and get out already—there's plenty to do. 

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Just last week we were celebrating the official start of summer. This weekend, it's already July. 

You've seen his work in everything from Time magazine to MAD magazine, and from the New York Times Book Review to Boys Life.

Maybe you've bought his illustrated version of Mark Twain's "Adventures of Tom Sawyer," or seen his larger-than-life Joe Nuxhall waving to kids at Fairfield's Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields.

Artist C.F. Payne will talk about his 40-year career, and display some sketch books, at a free screening of "C.F. Payne: An American Illustrator" 6 p.m. Thursday at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

The Weaver's Guild of Greater Cincinnati is celebrating its 70th anniversary by spotlighting the works of the late Jane Busse in an exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum

A Chinese archaeologist who identified a long-lost clay army consisting of 8,000 soldiers died Wednesday, according to China's state media.

Zhao Kangmin first laid eyes on fragments of terra cotta warriors in 1974. Farmers some 20 miles from China's central city of Xi'an were digging a well and struck into the pieces.

It's one of the mostly highly anticipated exhibits to hit town in a while. Jane Durrell welcomes Jill Dunne from the Cincinnati Art Museum to talk about Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China, now on display thought August 12.

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It's perhaps the biggest archeological find of the last century, some 8,000 terracotta statues buried in the Chinese countryside. China's terracotta warriors debut in Cincinnati Friday as Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China marches into the Cincinnati Art Museum.

In 1974, farmers digging a well near Xi’an, China, uncovered bronze arrow heads and shards of pottery. Their discoveries led archeologists to the tomb of Ying Zheng (259-210 B.C.) first emperor of China. It’s been called the greatest archeological discovery of the 20th century: an army of 8,000 life-size terracotta warriors and horses. Now, some of these warriors are in Cincinnati for the first time.

Are Selfies Changing The Museum Experience?

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Photo by Tomoaki Makino. Courtesy of the artist Yayoi Kusama

In July, the Cleveland Museum of Art will open the "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" exhibition. The show has drawn huge crowds in other cities, breaking museum attendance records. As it turns out, Kusama's exhibit is a huge hit on Instagram too -- people love taking selfies inside her installations.

Art Review: Jane Durrell has a review of local artist Ana England's "Kinship," now on exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

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Cincinnati is among one of the first stops for a new exhibit on China's famed terracotta soldiers. Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China features 120 objects telling the story of northwest China's nomads.

Barbara L. Gordon Collection

The Cincinnati Art Museum is preparing to open a new exhibit of folk art called A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America

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The Cincinnati Art Museum is establishing an Asian art endowment thanks to what it says is its largest monetary gift in museum history.

The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, Queens, NY, N.86.IU.7a,b

One of the most beloved American art forms is Tiffany Glass, and the Cincinnati Art Museum will celebrate Louis Tiffany's creations in their new exhibit, Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light, opening April 1. 

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The Cincinnati Art Museum has two Japanese displays opening this weekend. Dressed to Kill features samurai armor and weaponry from the 16th to 19th centuries.  The other exhibit is a collection of woodcut prints by 20th century artist Kosaka Gajin.

Now on exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum is a collection of Vincent Van Gogh’s landscape paintings entitled Van Gogh: Into the Undergrowth

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The final exhibit curated by Cincinnati Art Museum’s Curator of Photography Brian Sholis before his move to Toronto is the first major museum survey of the Lexington Camera Club’s artistic achievements. 

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Julie Aronson is the Curator of American Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings at the Cincinnati Art Museum and is curating a new exhibit entitled Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt, opening June 18.

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