Save the Date

You are invited to attend the opening of Beth Van Hoesen: Lyrical Line on Sunday, Dec. 17, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Van Hoesen was long recognized as a consummate printmaker, but it was only after her death in 2010 that her passion for drawing became apparent. The artist’s ability to drill into the […]

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Tick – Tock

If you haven’t gotten to CCAM to see Manuel Neri: The Modernist Figure, you’ll want to add it to your calendar right away. The show’s last day will be Sunday, Dec. 3.   This is the most ambitious exhibition CCAM has presented thus far. Manuel Neri is an internationally recognized figurative artist. He begins his […]

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Saturday Salon – CCAM Welcomes Ted Kooser

Ted Kooser, who served as U. S. Poet Laureate from 2004 through 2006, will appear at the Clarinda Carnegie Art Museum on Aug. 12 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The reading of poems from his award-winning chapbook, AT HOME, will mark the museum’s first Saturday Salon. Kooser has written numerous books of poetry, nonfiction, […]

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Manuel Neri: The Modernist Figure from Jan. 18 through May 18, 2018

Works have been placed on loan by Iowa State University Museums, Ames; Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln; Yares Art, New York; Hackett/Mill, San Francisco; The Manuel Neri Trust, San Francisco; Kathryn and Marc LeBaron, Lincoln; Ree and Jun Kaneko, Omaha; Eva and George Neubert, Brownville; exhibition patrons Karen and Robert Duncan, Lincoln, and CCAM. The […]

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Thanks for a Great First Year

We at the Clarinda Carnegie Art Museum wish to thank the people of our area for their overwhelmingly positive response during our first year of operation. Since opening in November, we have welcomed more than 3,970 visitors to the museum. 570 students and teachers from Southwest Iowa schools have had the opportunity to see and respond to […]

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