The Cincinnati Art Museum employs nearly 200 individuals who work in a wide range of departments, from security and visitor services to conservation and facility management. Beyond the walls of the Art Museum, many of these staff members are practicing contemporary artists in various media including printmaking, furniture design, painting, fashion arts and photography. This exhibition celebrates their talent, highlighting the museum’s legacy of nurturing working artists and exhibiting art generated in the local community. Over 70 artworks by 37 CAM artists will be on view. This show is juried by Dennis Harrington.
Image: PJ Grimm (b. 1983), Egg Formation 1 Campbell County Recorder series “Golden Age”, 2016, paper pulp (made from the Campbell County Recorder), cement, acrylic & gold leaf on wooden base
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