Spring Reception with Cameron Kitchin at the CAM

Come meet the new Director of the Cincinnati Art Museum, fellow Harvardian Cameron Kitchin! Panel discussion with Murray Sinclaire, Jr.

Harvard alumni and our Ivy and Seven Sister friends are cordially invited to a private reception at the Cincinnati Art Museum.  New director, Cameron Kitchin '92, is the ninth director in the museum's 134-year-history. Coming to us from the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, he has a commitment to getting everyone in the community engaged with art.

This is a free event.  We will start at 4 pm with a cocktail hour in the Castellini Foundation Room.  About 5 pm, we will move to the Fath Auditorium for a panel discussion with Cameron and Mr. Murray Sinclaire, Jr. of Ross Sinclaire and Associates (RSA). The topic is “shared authority” and the impact it has on institutions of record—museums, media, government, etc.  Mr.Sinclaire will share his thoughts from the perspective of public radio and Cameron will represent the challenges of curatorial, voice, and scholarship in museums.   

Murray Sinclaire, Jr. founded Ross Sinclaire and Associates (RSA) with his long-time partner Terrell Ross in 1989. Since that time Mr. Sinclaire has coordinated and overseen a steady growth from the early days of RSA as a small local firm to the mid-sized regional powerhouse that RSA has become with 14 offices in 10 states across the Country. In his role as President and CEO of RSA Mr. Sinclaire is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Firm as well as the strategic direction for RSA’s continued growth. Mr. Sinclaire is the Managing Principal of RSA and possesses extensive knowledge of the securities industry and a wealth of experience in navigating the ever changing investment and business cycles and holds multiple licenses in the Securities Industry.  Mr. Sinclaire was educated at St. Paul’s School in Concord and Princeton University. He serves on numerous corporate and charitable boards both locally and nationally including Artworks; Cincinnati Development Fund; Cincinnati Opera (Board President); Cincinnati Public Radio (Board Chair); Cincinnati Regional Business Committee; Cincinnati Zoo Foundation; Deerhill Foundation; Earthward Bound Foundation; National Public Radio; REDI; StoryCorps and was honored to join the Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Art Museum in May of 2008.  Mr. Sinclaire is also currently the Chair of the Cultural Facilities Task Force which is in the final phases of raising $ 331 million dollars to renovate Music Hall and Union Terminal.  

Please use the DeWitt entrance facing Eden Park Drive.  You may park in any of the Museum's spaces.  There is some parking right in front of DeWitt if you pull all the way around the Museum.

Please plan to join us for this special event at one of our city's finest institutions!


Questions? Contact: Jay Chatterjee, jay.chatterjee@uc.edu