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Art After Dark | Queer and Now
Credit: Cincinnati Art Museum
LGBTQ+ folks and allies: come out to a for-us-by-us evening of celebration, inclusion, and gloriously queer takes on art!
Free. Reservations not required.
LGBTQ+ folks and allies: come out to a for-us-by-us evening of celebration, inclusion, and gloriously queer takes on art! Enjoy music by DJ Queen Celine, cash bars, food for purchase from Lil’s Kitchen and the Terrace Café, queer staff takes on museum highlights, and opportunities to exercise your “gaydar” on the CAM collection.
In addition, enjoy the current special feature Queer Possibility: Photographs from the Collection in Gallery 213 and free admission to the ticketed exhibition Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass in Galleries 234 & 235. #ArtAfterDarkCincy
This event is presented in partnership with ArtsWave Pride.
Parking is limited. Please arrive early or consider using a rideshare service. If museum parking lots are full, consider offsite parking in Eden Park and throughout Mount Adams.
Parking: FREE. Bike Racks are available outside the Main Entrance of the Art Museum. Hook up to one of our Marcel Duchamp-inspired racks during your visit! Accessible Parking is available in our north parking lot, just past the main visitor parking lot and entrance. Wheelchair + Stroller Entry is available via our DeWitt Entrance, on the east side of the museum, near the accessible parking. Access to the Mary R. Schiff Library + Archives is available via our Castellini Foundation Entrance, just to the right of the main entrance on the west side of the building.