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CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM

Behind the Glass: African Symbols in Art

Uses symbols in African art to jumpstart discussions about symbolism, and how it’s used in our communities and lives. --1 Hour--

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Beyond the Gallery: The Cincinnati Art Museum Un-Hung

This program will give students a behind the scenes look at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Participants will get to discover the hidden world of storage, conservation, and hanging a show. This introduction to museum work gives a better understanding of how and why art work is cared for, stored, and displayed. --1 hour--

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Cincinnati Fashion During the Golden Age

The last quarter of the 19th century was coined as the “Golden Age” of Cincinnati, a time when the arts flourished in the queen city. Before the ready-to-wear industry of clothing took hold, Cincinnati became a center for the clothing industry, a place to buy custom clothing made by some of the most talented women in the country. In this program we will delve in to the lives and the work of a few of these remarkable women, admiring their smart business tactics as much as the extraordinary dresses they left behind. --1 hour--

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Discover African American Art

Celebrate African American art using images from the collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum. Discover African American Art. --1 hour--

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Discover Native American Art

Experience Native American artwork and the culture that created it using a variety of media. --1 hour--

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Discovering the Story: A City and Its Culture: Art of the Queen City, 1850–1900

http://www.discoveringthestory.org/ Look into the history of expansion and how the great push west shaped the cultural heritage of many Mid-western cities, including Cincinnati. Explore images, primary sources, and hands-on activities to gain an understanding of the very special role Cincinnati played in developing the art of the nation from 1850 to 1900. --1 hour--

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Discovering the Story: A City and Its Culture: The Underground Railroad

http://www.discoveringthestory.org/ Explore the history of the Underground Railroad using primary sources and imagery from the Art Museum collection. Participants will engage in hands-on activities and discussions to further their understanding and to get a unique perspective on this important time period in United States history. --1 hour--

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Dueling Divas: Women in Art

Take a close look at artwork created by two very competitive women: M. Louise McLaughlin and Maria Longworth Nichols Storer. Compare the works, and put them into a cultural context using other women artists. --1 hour--

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Hear the Art, See the Music

Explore the basic ideas of tone and rhythm found in both music and art. Using the outstanding permanent collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum and partnering with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, students explore this idea with a variety of excellent media. --1 Hour--

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Putting Art on the Map!

Explore the world through art as we find out where pieces came from and how they relate to the country and culture. We will discuss countries all over the world as we view these countries both from a far and close up through pictures, maps, and Google Earth. --1 hour--

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