We are Greater Cincinnati’s largest group of women and men who promote the love of visual arts through education and community outreach. Our history dates back to the foundations of American art as a creative force on the world stage. Our members have been leaders in their professions, forces in the community and warm in their welcome for those who share their passion.
We Cultivate Creativity with educational programs, exhibition opportunities and fellowship for all those who seek artistic growth, whether professionally or just for their own enjoyment. Membership is open to anyone who appreciates the visual arts.
Here’s where you can find details on the Club’s activities–
No Events are currently scheduled
The Club holds many special Events during our regular season and sometimes during Summer Break.
Go to Events page to see what we have scheduled for this year…
Meetings | Programs
Dinner or Brunch Programs are held on the third Friday evening (Dinner) or Saturday morning (Brunch) of the month during the Club’s regular season (September – May).
Go to the Meetings | Programs page
The Cincinnati Art Club hosts Exhibitions at our Herman and Bessie Wessel Gallery throughout the year. During the Club’s regular season (September – May), exhibitions are held almost every month.
Go to the Exhibitions page.
The Cincinnati Art Club hosts Workshops with nationally known instructors several times during the year.
Go to the Workshops page.
Cincinnati Art Club’s Sketch Group meets twice a week to draw or paint directly from life models. Figure Drawing is one of the best ways to sharpen your artistic skill. Free of charge to all CAC Members.
Go to the Sketch Group page
All Members are invited to bring artwork to be critiqued and join in the discussions that helps all of us to grow as artists.
Go to the Critique page
Digital Art Working Group (DAWG)
DAWG is a special interest group of the Cincinnati Art Club. We explore how to introduce computer graphics into the fine arts. Discussing a broader outlook and understanding of current computer tools and techniques and how they can be applied to the visual fine art of today.
See the DAWG page for more information–
The Abstractionists are a special interest group of the Cincinnati Art Club seeking to support and encourage abstract artists and educate the local community through this exciting visual art.
Go to the Abstractionists page