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The Cincinnati Art Museum is temporarily closed. Learn more about CAM Connect and connect with us virtually
The Cincinnati Art Museum will be suspending indoor visitation for a community health break in support of health care workers and Cincinnatians from Nov. 21 through Dec. 14. Museum staff consider it a responsibility to help support our community’s response to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The museum’s robust digital offerings and outdoor Art Climb and artworks will allow the community to stay engaged with the museum during this time.
The museum’s Terrace Café and the Museum Shop will also be temporarily closed, but online Museum Shop sales will be available. All in-person museum programming will be temporarily stopped, and the Rosenthal Education Center (REC) and the Mary R. Schiff Library will be closed during this time.
The Art Climb, the new civic and art space on the grounds of Cincinnati Art Museum, will remain open and available to the public all day, every day. Three artworks were recently added, including a sculpture from artist Chakaia Booker and two pieces from Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum’s collection.
The museum will be connecting with visitors virtually with CAM Connect, a robust Facebook group that provides unique content including artwork features, videos, guided art-making activities, a virtual book club, and more. In addition, thousands of works of art from the Cincinnati Art Museum’s permanent collection can be viewed online on CAM’s website and through Google Arts & Culture.
Please continue to check our website for the latest updates. We appreciate your understanding during this difficult time and hope to see you again with open arms.
For more information please call (513) 721-ARTS or email [email protected]
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Updated November 20, 2020