Image Licensing Requests
Images from the Cincinnati Art Museum collection may be licensed for scholarly, editorial, and commercial usage.* Bridgeman Images facilitates all external museum image requests.
Please forward image requests (including artist & artwork names, reason for request, publication date, etc.) to the Research Department at Bridgeman Images: [email protected]
Browse the CAM collection at Bridgeman Images
*Please note that in many cases the Cincinnati Art Museum owns only the physical object, and does not assume responsibility for intellectual property, including copyright, or any other legal issues involved in the publication and reproduction of items in its collection. It is the responsibility of the requester to obtain permission from the copyright owner or administrator where applicable.
Fair Use & U.S. Copyright Act
This site may be used for educational and personal use that is non-commercial in nature, as outlined by the United States Code (Title 17, Sections 107-118), as long as all copyright and proprietary notices are maintained and materials are appropriately cited. For more information on Fair Use please visit the U.S. Copyright Office Fair Use Index.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act
The Cincinnati Art Museum complies with the provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (see 17 U.S.C 512) (“DMCA”).
The museum may, in appropriate circumstances, remove, disable, or terminate access to any material on or linked to or from this site that it suspects might be infringing upon a third party’s intellectual property rights or other rights.
If you are a copyright owner who believes the display of your content on a Cincinnati Art Museum site constitutes copyright infringement, please use this DMCA Form.
College Art Association’s Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts
When applicable, the Cincinnati Art Museum abides by the CAA code for museums and downloadable images made available online. Read more about the CAA Code.
Cincinnati Art Museum Social Media Community Guidelines
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The Cincinnati Art Museum’s mission to contribute to a more vibrant Cincinnati by inspiring its people and connecting communities through the power of art extends to our social media community. We created our Facebook page in 2012 and continue to strive to provide a space where our followers are able to share, connect, and discover the art museum with each other.
In order to keep the conversations on our social media pages relevant and appropriate, we have created the following social media guidelines:
- We encourage followers to share honest, relevant and respectful comments on our social media pages.
- Comments should be related to the topics discussed on our social media pages.
- Followers are responsible for their comments or posts. The Cincinnati Art Museum is not responsible for the opinions, statements, published by and viewpoints expressed by our followers on our social media pages.
- The Cincinnati Art museum’s social media pages are moderated and administered by CAM staff. We strive to respond in a timely manner.
- Please read our Frequently Asked Questions thoroughly before submitting an inquiry online.
- All Cincinnati Art Museum social media pages are public (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube). Anything you post may be seen and read by anyone.
- Do not publicly post any personal or confidential information about yourself or others, including, but not limited to, CAM membership information, credit card numbers, addresses, or ticket information.
- Please only post content if you are the creator or have the appropriate permission from its rightful owners. Copyrighted, trademarked, or other intellectual property will be flagged and removed.
- We encourage our followers and staff to share their memories with us on social media–this is also known as “user-generated content” or “user content.”
- The Cincinnati Art Museum will not share or reproduce user content without first requesting permission.
- The Cincinnati Art Museum has no obligation to compensate users for their user content unless explicitly defined via signed legal agreement.
Removal of Posts & User Bans
- The Cincinnati Art Museum reserves the right to remove any comments or posts that violate these guidelines.
- We have a zero-tolerance policy for racism, harassment, and discrimination.
- We reserve the right to block users who violate these guidelines, are flagged as “spam,” or violate the terms and conditions of the social media platforms.
- These guidelines are subject to change at any time without prior notice as we deem necessary.
- All Cincinnati Art Museum employees who frequent our social media pages are subject to these guidelines in addition to the Social Media Policy that can be found in our Employee Handbook.