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transforming our museum—inside and out

In 2016, the museum created a bold strategic plan to expand its reach and impact in the community. Our new view will be realized in three priority investment areas:  

  • Enhance visitor experience and scholarship
  • Expand community impact and outreach
  • Grow organizational capacity

To support this vision, the museum conceived and began to execute the A New View campaign – a comprehensive, $65 million fundraising effort to support the key capital and programmatic priorities of the museum’s strategic plan.

This is the most ambitious undertaking of its kind in Cincinnati Art Museum history.

Download A New View Campaign Brochure (PDF)   Read the Press Release (PDF)

 

 

priority investment areas

enhance visitor experience & scholarship

Renovate galleries and return key collections to view. Protect, preserve expand and steward our priceless collection for future generations.

expand community impact & outreach

Expand museum awareness, drive visitation, increase membership, and extend museum programming out into the community.

increase organizational capacity

Develop a sustainable resource growth plan to support the museum’s mission and expand our endowment. Improve both public and non-public museum spaces.

 

campaign leadership

Honorary Chairs

  • Marty & Nick Ragland
  • Kitty & Dick Rosenthal

Co-Chairs

  • Andrew DeWitt
  • Amy Hanson
  • Murray Sinclaire

Campaign Cabinet Members

  • Susie Castellini
  • Manuel Chavez
  • Rance Duke
  • Polk Laffoon IV*
  • Sherie Marek
  • Jon Moeller
  • Andrew Quinn
  • George Vincent
  • Phil Vollmer
  • Barbara Weyand

 

show your support – how to give

The museum is looking for community leaders who would like to lend their support to A New View campaign. Your investment will help ensure accessibility for all visitors, greater diversity, amplified regional impact and sustained relevance of our museum and our collection for generations to come.  Please contact Kirby Neumann for more information about how you can support the museum, or call (513) 639-2006.