Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis from Future Retrieval join us again to discuss their film influences, specifically Stanley Kubruck's The Shining from 1980. This conversation was originally a part of the Art, Histories, & Adaptations Film and
Go on a walkthrough of our newest special exhibition, American Painting: The Eighties Revisited with guest curator Kate Bonansinga (Director of the School of Art, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnat
This episode is an extended cut of our conversation with Future Retrieval's Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis. Learn more about their unique processes and the ideas behind their current special exhibition, Close Parallel. We recorded this orig
We spoke with the artists of the Black and Brown Faces exhibition as a part of the "Artists in Dialogue" program. In these conversations, the artists explore relationships between their own work and artwork in the museum’s permanent collection.
We spoke with Cincinnati still life artist Jonathan Queen about his narrative artworks that depict vintage toys and how he has translated these into enormous murals. This recording was initially made for our CAM Kids Day online program, and you
Louis Martinelli, poet and playwright, joins us to discuss his new book, Dreaming with Open Eyes: Poems for Vincent Van Gogh. We also take a look at Van Gogh's painting, Undergrowth with Two Figures, while Louis shares some of the poems from hi
Today we're joined by University of Cincinnati professor Evan Torner to talk about the film, They Live, from 1988 as a part of the museum’s Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal… Film and Discussion Series. You can learn more about the se
Today we're joined by Abigail Zhang, Marketing Manager from the Harriet Beecher Stowe House. We talk about the impact Harriet Beecher Stowe made with her book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, and look at The Fugitive's Story from 1869 by John Rogers.
Today we're joined by horticulturist Greg Torres from the Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati. Greg Lets us know about what is happening at the Civic Garden Center before we celebrate the arrival of spring by looking at some of the plants
Kathryne Gardette, arts integration specialist, joins us to talk about giving back to the Walnut Hills neighborhood. We also have a conversation about Lorna Simpson's Wigs (Portfolio) from the Women Breaking Boundaries exhibition.
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This episode is a live recording of the conversation between Photographer Sohrab Hura and Curator Dr. Nathaniel M. Stein to celebrate the closing of The Levee exhibition and the Cincinnati Art Museum’s newest publication, The Levee: A Photograp
Andrea Siefring-Robbins from Urban Stead Cheese joins us to celebrate National Cheese Lover's Day. We talk about how she and her husband brought cheese-making to the Tri-State and try to pair the perfect cheese with modern art.
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81: Holiday Movies with T.T. Stern-Enzi
Film Critic, T.T. Stern-Enzi joins us again to reveal his true feelings about Christmas movies and to come up with holiday film plots inspired by our paintings.
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This is a live recording of the Gallery Experience on Connectedness that and was inspired by the special exhibition, The Levee: A photographer in the American South and took place on November 24, 2019.
Moderator, Pastor Alice Connor
Our executive chef, Yajan Upadhyaya, joins us to talk about how he started cooking and also to look at Still Life (Ontbijtstuk with Berkemeyer) by Pieter Claesz.
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Museum Docent Marina García Gámez takes us on a tour of the special exhibition, Treasures of the Spanish World where we learn about incredibly diverse art from Spain and Latin America spanning over 4,000 years of history. Among the artists we d
Cole Imperi, dual-certified thanatologist and public health educator, joins us again for a spooky look at artworks that deal with death and dying. Russell also can't stop talking about Midsommar and Return of the Obra Dinn.
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This is a live recording of the panel discussion that took place on October 12, 2019 to celebrate the opening of Women Breaking Boundaries. The discussion was led by Ainsley Cameron, Curator of Curator of South Asian Art, Islamic Art and Antiqu
In honor of International Podcast Day, we have put together this special episode featuring some of the best moments from the past year.
Helen Rindsberg on Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style from episode 71 (00:55)
Mark Neeley (artist and educator) and Jon Flannery (printmaker and designer) stop by the museum to talk about their upcoming exhibition and tribute paper on The Independent Eye, an underground newspaper from the Cincinnati area. We also take a
Chef Christian Gill (Boomtown Biscuits, winner of Guy's Grocery Games) stops by to talk about his experiences on television cooking competitions and the concepts behind his biscuit-themed restaurant. We also visit Gallery 211 to imagine meals t
Author Ellen Everman drops by the museum to discuss her newest novel, Bell Bottoms to Gucci, which is set in the 60s. We also visit the galleries to look at some artwork from the same time period.
For more info and other programs, visit: www.c
Museum docent Helen Rindsberg is back to take us on a tour of the special exhibition, Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style. We take a look at traditional Kimonos as well as fashions from Coco Chanel, Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garçons), Issey M
Pam Kravetz is back to talk about her interactive art installation in the Rosenthal Education Center: Ace Ramone, Mr. Doodle-Boy, The Peanut and You.
For more info and other programs, visit: www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org
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