If you've never been to Cincinnati, this website might lead you to take a trip to this corner of southern Ohio. The holdings of the Cincinnati Art Museum span the globe and a variety of artistic traditions, and their site functions as a healthy sampling of what's offered currently and in the future. A good place to start is the "Collections" area. With grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and other organizations, they have digitized hundreds of works from their collections, and made them available here. Their holdings in American painting and sculpture are definitely worth a look, and users can look at works like Paul Chidlaw's "Boogie Woogie" and "The Harvest Dance" by Joseph Henry Sharp. After perusing these items, visitors will want to check out the "Exhibitions" area. Here they can learn about upcoming exhibitions at the museum, along with looking over highlights from past exhibits. Finally, the site also offers detailed information about visiting the museum and a detailed calendar of events.


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