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Have you visited the new Art Climb yet? Jill Dunne, Director of Marketing and Communications for the Cincinnati Art Museum, shares the information about this public art project and what adornments are yet to come in this conversation with Anne Arenstein.

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The Cincinnati Art Museum now has a reopening date of June 20 after closing in March under the COVID-19 pandemic. The museum has a plan in place for its staff and visitors to maintain social distancing inside the historic Eden Park facility.

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The Washington National Cathedral in the nation's capital made an unusual donation this week. It found more than 5,000 surgical masks tucked away in its crypt, stockpiled from a health scare around 2006.

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Many organizations from museums to science centers, zoos and more are offering virtual tours, visits and lessons online during closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

From commissioned art pieces to beautiful wares for the home, Gorham Silver was the name for the finest silver and mixed-metal products for decades. The unique work of Gorham Silver will be on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum starting March 13 and joining our host Lee Hay for a preview is Amy Dehan, the museum's curator of decorative arts and design.

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As part of African American History Month, the Cincinnati Art Museum is featuring an exhibit by famed artist Romare Bearden. During it's opening weekend (February 28-March 1), admission to Something Over Something Else will be free. 

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A new exhibition at Cincinnati Art Museum is designed to help visitors think critically about the role of gender and diversity and how those issues get represented in the world of art. 

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Women in Film Cincinnati partners with the Cincinnati Museum of Art to present a free series of acclaimed films directed by and about women. 

Cincinnati Art Museum; Museum Purchase: The Edwin and Virginia Irwin Memorial and the John J. Emery Endowment, 2011.7. Copyright Romare Bearden Foundation/VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

The work of an influential African American artist who grew up in New York City during the Harlem Renaissance is coming to Cincinnati. This is the first time in nearly 40 years Romare Bearden's historic Profile series has been reconstituted, and the Cincinnati Art Museum is one of only two places to host the exhibit.

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It's a busy month for artist Pam Kravetz. But most months are. She is one of the participating artists in the BLINK parade and festival and she is also finishing up the first-ever artist in residence at Rosenthal Education Center in the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Mary Louise Holt: In the Audubon Tradition

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Local artist Mary Louise Holt is one of 81 wildlife artists from across North America invited to exhibit paintings in the Cincinnati Museum Center’s upcoming exhibition, In the Audubon Tradition.

The exhibit explores Museum Center's 200-year history through the artwork of John James Audubon, John A. Ruthven and the next generation of wildlife artists.

The Japanese kimono has been incredibly influential on western dress for generations. Now, the kimono is featured in a new exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The museum's chief curator, Cynthia Amneus, joins our Anne Arenstein with more details about Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style.

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The kimono has been around for ages, but that doesn't mean the garb is sartorially stale. That is at least one takeaway from the Cincinnati Art Museum's latest exhibit, Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style. The museum is offering a free preview of the show during Art After Dark on Friday from 5-10 p.m.

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The second phase of No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man opens Friday. The exhibit spans the entire Cincinnati Art Museum and includes interactive sculptures, large-scale installations, photography and artifacts from the annual summer festival in Nevada's Black Rock desert. 

A new book from Arcadia Publishing spotlights the rich visual history of the iconic Cincinnati Art Museum. Editor Geoff Edwards and Jill Dunne, Director of Marketing and Communications from the Museum discuss the book, part of Arcadia's "Images of America" series and available in the museum's gift shop , in this conversation with Lee Hay. 

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A much-anticipated exhibit exploring the art and ethos of an annual gathering in the Nevada desert opens Friday at the Cincinnati Art Museum. No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man offers a glimpse inside this whimsical world of "collective dreaming."

Photographer Nancy Rexroth is best known for her use of the Diana camera, a plastic toy camera, during the 1970s and her landmark collection of photos in the book IOWA. Soon her entire body of work will be housed at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

The Art Academy of Cincinnati celebrates 150 years of art education this year, and a very special exhibit will be part of the festivities. 

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Later this month, a dozen or so amateur artists will gather to learn something new and technical, trade tips and generally support each other in their love of colored pencils. It's an art form that's still relatively new.

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Coming up on January 3 at the Cincinnati Art Museum, 20 local artists will be painting their interpretations of the Frank Duveneck Collection as a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the celebrated painter's death. 

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