This Week at the CMA: Senufo is now open, let Art Inspire Your Writing, artist talk with Josh Gosfield, and more

Bookmark our blog and stay connected with our new Five Things Happening This Week updates from the Cleveland Museum of Art. This week, Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa - the first exhibition in the United States of its kind in more than 50 years - is now open, artist Josh Gosfield tells us the story behind Gigi Gaston, let Art Inspire Your Writing, and much more! (Please note our special museum hours on Wednesday, February 25.)


The Cleveland Museum of Art's special exhibition, Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa, is now open! Purchase your tickets in advance, or become a member to see it for free! > Explore Senufo


The final film in our F For Fabulous: Five Films for Orson Welles' Centenary series is this Wednesday and Friday. Don't miss F for Fake on the big screen at the Cleveland Museum of Art.  > Purchase tickets


It's the final week to enjoy our Five Pioneers video art installation. Part of our Contemporary Art galleries, experience a compilation of moving pictures from landmark works by artists who helped pioneer the medium of video art. > More information


Get inspired! This Saturday, join us for an all day workshop with Art to Inspire Your Writing. Writers of all skill levels are welcome to partake and ultimately share their words celebrating how art inspires literature. > Details and registration


In this Saturday's special artist talk with Josh Gosfield, we'll learn how the artist fabricated the life story of Gigi Gaston, the Black Flower, a 60s French Pop Star who never existed. Haven't met Gigi? Meet her in Constructed Identities, on view now.  > Details and tickets



For a list of all upcoming events at the Cleveland Museum of Art, see our online calendar.

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