The Barn (Woman's Art Club Cultural Center)

The Barn is an historic facility in Mariemont that supports artistic creativity and provides quality educational and cultural experiences to the greater Cincinnati Region. The facility includes a large gallery space, two classrooms and three private studios as well as a unique second floor loft that is undergoing development as funds permit.

We actively host art exhibits, lectures from local, regional and nationally known artists and art historians, programs for families and youth, live performances, adult art classes and even a summer camp for kids.

The building was formerly known as “Resthaven Barn” and was built by Mary Emery in 1924 as part of the planned community of Mariemont. It is a National Historic Landmark and is on the National Register. The Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati formed a 501C3 Foundation to purchase the building in 2007 and convert the space into an Ohio Cultural Center, receiving several historic preservation awards along the way.

LOCATION

The Barn (Woman's Art Club Cultural Center)

6980 Cambridge Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45227

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Accessibility Information

First and second floors are both wheelchair accessible. Elevator to second floor. Accessible restrooms on first and second floor.

PARKING INFO

Parking is available in the West gravel lot and in the courtyard at the front of the building. The facility can accommodate up to 40 cars on-site; parking on the street is also available.

PUBLIC HOURS

9am to 2pm, Tuesday – Friday; Gallery open weekends 1 – 4pm.

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

All exhibits and exhibit receptions are free and open to the public. A family cultural performance and artmaking series, “Mariemont Preservation Presents” costs $5/ticket. Art class fees are priced individually.

PHOTOS

  • Kids learn weaving at Summer Camp

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