Cincinnati Art Club’s commitment is to support cultural activities that help make this a thriving, vibrant and inclusive region. Visual art is an important part of this region’s creative economy, having a ripple effect across the region and generating over $6 billion annually. We are working to help spread recognition of Cincinnati as a leading national center for visual art.
Here’s where the Cincinnati Art Club members interact in the region–
The Dragonfly is the monthly newsletter of the Cincinnati Art Club. Published 10 times a year (monthly, September – May, and a Summer issue). The Dragonfly has been the official Club organ since 1956.
See the current issue of Dragonfly.
Imagine is a full color, digital magazine that showcases the visual arts in the Greater Cincinnati area. All media, all venues, past and established artists as well as those that are up-and-coming. Every issue features in-depth stories about Greater Cincinnati’s art and artists, displayed with dramatic color photos of the art.
Imagine is a gift from the members of the Cincinnati Art Club, produced in coordination with the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati.
The only way you can now see Imagine magazine is to subscribe… follow this LINK to see more about Imagine and join our Subscribers’ List!
ViewPoint is an open juried art show that displays the diversity of visual artwork created within the Greater Cincinnati arts community, from across the country and from many artists outside the United States. It is the longest continuous annual open juried art exhibit in the Southwestern Ohio area.
See current information about ViewPoint–
High School Plein Air
The Greater Cincinnati High School Plein Air is an annual contest and exhibition held for select high school art students in the Tri-State region. High School art teachers/instructors can select 2-3 of their students to attend the contest. All materials are supplied and an exhibition and awards ceremony is held at CAC’s Wessel Gallery.
For more information about the HSPA–
The Cincinnati Art Club is offering annual scholarships for post-secondary Fine Arts students. Multiple awards are made each year to those attending a BA or BFA programs in visual art.
For more information, email Scholarships
Greater Cincinnati Artists' Assistance Fund
The Cincinnati Art Club has established the Greater Cincinnati Artist’s Assistance Fund (GCAAF) for any visual artist, Club Member or not, who is in need of financial aid. Funds from these grants or loans may be used toward the artist’s monetary shortfall, whether for rent, food, medical bills, professional expenses or art supplies.
Get more information about applying for a GCAAF grant or loan–