by Director's Office
Cameron Kitchin will be sharing information about the Cincinnati Art Museum at an upcoming Salon entitled Art- Anew for All. This Event will be held by Women Helping Women, an organization dedicated to serving women and men of all backgrounds, sexual orientations and abilities.
Cameron Kitchin is the Louis and Louise Dieterle Nippert Director of the Cincinnati Art Museum, where he serves as the ninth director in the museum’s 134-year history. Kitchin was appointed Director in October 2014; previously he served as the Director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art (2008-2014), and as the Executive Director of the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia (2002-2008).
The Cincinnati Art Museum has educated and enlightened families across the community for over 134 years. Founded by Cincinnatians for our public benefit, the museum today is recommitting itself to our role as an educational institution for all.
With the recent inauguration of the Rosenthal Education Center and exciting new expansion of galleries, the story of art is told in new ways and with new tools at the art museum today. From early childhood to lifelong learning, visitors are discovering the transformative power of art anew and experiencing innovative new methods of learning and teaching. The Director of the Art Museum joins Salon participants to discuss how the museum serves today’s community and helps to make Cincinnati a great place to live, work, play, and learn. The title of Cameron’s discussion will be An Art Museum for All Generations and he looks forward to seeing you there.
Mr. Kitchin is participating in Salon 11: Art – Anew for All on March 22nd from 5:30-8:30. For more information and tickets, visit the Women Helping Women Salon Schedule page.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
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