By Helen Cherry
Blogs with tag: visitors
Why is it so rare that the bronze statue of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius survived intact to the present day? What do the paintings inside the coffin of Nesykhonsu reveal about Egyptian life?
The Cleveland Museum of Art needs your help! If you’re in the Cleveland or Akron area, here’s your chance to talk to CMA, tell us your thoughts, and help us plan an upcoming exhibition.
It's official: More than 50,000 people have visited the Cleveland Museum of Art to see Paul Gauguin: Paris, 1889.
On the morning of December 31, the museum reached another exciting milestone: We welcomed our 300,000th visitor this year.
If you haven’t been hiding underneath a rock you’ll know that this past year has been a really exciting one for the museum. We opened up the East Wing with a fantastic party and gave people even more reason to come visit us. We had some really great exhibitions like Friedlander, Art and Po
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at creating art after viewing works in the museum? We thought you did, and that’s why we’ve included an art exploration gallery in the Gauguin: Paris, 1889 exhibition.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our contest and congratulations to Blaire Bomber for winning the drawing! She correctly answered that the first painting is the fake and the second is the real Vermeer. For answering correctly and winning the drawing Blaire will be receiving a copy of