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A special feature is a temporary presentation of artworks from the museum’s permanent collection or a select arrangement of artworks lent from other institutions, organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum.

A special feature is similar to a special exhibition but is generally smaller and more focused in scope. Some museums call these “focused exhibitions” or “rotations.”

 

Current Special Features

Mizusashi: Japanese Water Jars from the Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz Collection

Now–October 4, 2020 | G150

A mizusashi is a vessel used in the Japanese tea ceremony. It holds the water used to replenish the kettle and rinse the tea bowls during the gathering.

Mighty Women in Miniature

Now–November 29, 2020 | Gallery 213

In the past centuries, when few women found success as professional artists, a surprising number of them had productive careers as miniature painters.

Fired Up: Female Ceramists of Contemporary Japan

Now–December 2020 | Gallery 136

Explore 20th and 21st century Japanese female artists who defied prejudice to create internationally celebrated and innovative ceramics. 

Women in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design

Now–May 2021 | Gallery 222

Experience the creative and technical breakthroughs of leading contemporary female artist and hear their stories in this new installation of works from our permanent collection.

C A M P G R O U N D

Now–TBD | Exterior Installation

On view now is a large-scale, animated neon installation on the west wall of the French Wing at the Cincinnati Art Museum.