2015-03-02

words from the museum

My Interpretation Monday: A Venetian Woman, by Chelsea Baker

We’ve asked Cincinnati Art Museum lovers to send us thoughts and feelings about an artwork at the Art Museum! Each week, we feature one interpretation here on our blog. This week,  Chelsea Baker takes a look at John Singer Sargent’s …

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1964.720, Japan, (Depiction of ox carts), late 17th c., one of a pair

Since our “Behind the Scenes in Conservation” posts have been so popular on social media, we’ve decided to give them more room to shine (and analyze and treat and conserve)! Each week, our conservation team highlights a project from one…

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Our mission here at the Art Museum is to connect people with art. These connections come in all different ways, sometimes with carefully constructed curriculum based outcomes in mind, sometimes spontaneously in a gallery, sometimes online, and sometimes in the…

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In the 1930s and ‘40s, there was a motion picture program at CAM.  Before each feature presentation a glass slide was projected onto the screen.  Hundreds of these fragile hand painted slides were recently scanned by our archivist Geoffrey Edwards.…