What we’re doing at The Woman’s Art Club

Sketch Group Sessions are on Hiatus. Watch this Page for Updates.

Paint or draw a clothed model

Sketch Group Sessions are sponsored by the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati

Club Members: No Charge  //  All Others: $5 — exact change at the door, please

Our Virtual Exhibition Gallery is Open

— and our two most recent Annual Juried Exhibitions have been installed. CLICK HERE to be transported

In celebration of our 125th year, ArtWorks and the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati partnered to celebrate and commemorate the Club’s 125th year with the creation of Emerge. Designed by local artist Tina Westerkamp, Emerge lives on 12th Street, between Race & Vine in OTR.

Many thanks to the members of the Woman’s Art Club for their support of this project and to local teaching artists Paul Loehle and Bailey Dowlin who worked with the team of eight local youth apprentices to paint and install this beautiful mural.

A dedication ceremony took place on Wednesday, October 17th — Click Here to enjoy a short video about the mural.

Priya Rama was interviewed by WebMD about her migraine story — what it’s like to live with migraines, dealing with the constant pain, discomfort, and interruptions to her life and how painting the images she sees inside her head during a migraine has changed her life. Being creative has brought her an inner peace and highlighted th importance of living in the moment.

click here read the article, “Painting Pain: Life with Chronic Migraine”

click here to visit Priya’s website

In February 2020, Rodney Veal, host of The Art Show, sat down for a conversation with Dodie Loewe, Board President of the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati.

Want to see the interview on YouTube — CLICK HERE

The Barn  |  The Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center is an Ohio Cultural Arts Center in Mariemont, Ohio. The Woman’s Art Club does not own or run it  — the Club has meetings there, the Club rents office and exhibition space there. Many of our Club members teach classes or hold workshops at The Barn — these are contracted by them directly with The Barn. The Club is committed to supporting the well-being of the Barn and sets aside some portion of its budget for programs or improvements according to the Club’s ability within the scope of its mission as a donation to the Foundation. Club members support the Barn through donations of time and money to Foundation fund-raising events and campaigns.  If you’re looking for The Barn’s website — click here.

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