CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM
953 Eden Park Drive
Whether you and your family are coming to the Art Museum for the first time, you’re a member stopping in for a tour, or you want to learn more about a special exhibition or the Art Museum’s collection, you can enjoy a variety of programs and resources available for adults, families, children, students, and teachers.
Take advantage of the educational programs and resources for all ages at the Art Museum, ranked recently as the top art museum for families in the U.S. by Parenting Magazine and the Zagat Survey.
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Studio Sundays. 1-4 p.m.
The Cincinnati Art Museum provides all the materials, instruction and inspiration you need, free of charge, to enjoy a few hours of sketching in the Art Museum. No need to bring anything except your interest.
An instructor will be on hand to offer guidance or cheer you on. Come in, and the helpful people at the Art Museum’s front desk will tell you where you can find the Studio Sunday Cart.
Free. Reservations not Required
WHEN: First Sundays of the Month.
Yoga with the Masters
“Right now: doing yoga ten feet from a Picasso. Amazing!” is a message you can now share with friends just like a twittering celebrity if you’re lucky enough to live in the Cincinnati area.
In a “why not” move, the Cincinnati Art Museum is relaxing the old rules of museum decorum to let the pursuit of inner peace feed both mind and body with “Yoga with the Masters”. For six winter nights in the Art Museum’s modern art galleries, participants will leave their stress at the door for a rare, comfortably private after-hours experience.
Position your mat on the gallery floor in view of a favorite Matisse or Derain, and absorb the energy of the art as you perfect your downward dog or learn yoga basics. Katy Knowles, owner of yogahOMe, leads this unique bodies-in-motion class concept among the masterworks, one of the first of its kind in the country.
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