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Masterpieces of Japanese Art: Behind the Scenes
This is a behind the scenes peak at the “Japanese Mania” that swept through Cincinnati in the late 19th century and started one of the oldest collections of Japanese art in America.
Please join us for this special program to learn more about the “Japanese Mania” of the 19th and 20th century Cincinnati collectors who contributed so much to the Art Museum’s Japanese collection and the historical significance of the collection’s 3,000 artworks. Dr. Hou-mei Sung, Curator of Asian Art and Cecile Mear, Paper Conservator, will share fascinating behind-the-scenes stories about the donors and conservation efforts that make the Masterpieces of Japanese Art such a spectacular exhibit.
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At 3 PM a reception follows the program in the nearby Castellini Room.
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.