This Week at the CMA: FINAL WEEK: #CMAbasquiat, Lecture: Preserving Precious Objects, Health Fair, and More
Check out these five must-attend events this week at the CMA!
|FINAL WEEK: Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks
Through Sun, 4/23
Encounter rarely seen sketches, large-scale paintings, and drawings by Jean-Michel Basquiat–the iconic Brooklyn-born street artist and hip-hop muse.
The Womens Council of the CMA invites you to its annual evening program to learn about how the museum's conservation department identifies,
authenticates, and repairs works of art. FREE.
|Spring into Health 2017: Community Health Fair
As spring approaches, take advantage of a FREE rejuvenating community health fair presented in conjunction with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Gallagher Benefit Services.
|Film: The Freedom to Marry
Wed, 4/19, Fri, 4/21
Over the past 40 years, the idea of same-sex marriage went from being a “preposterous notion” to the beneficiary of one of the most successful civil rights campaigns in recent memory. This movie relates how that happened.
Through Sun, 8/13
Explore some of the most visually exciting and technically innovative prints ever made from Atelier 17, an experimental workshop for modernist printmakers during the mid-twentieth century.
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This Week at CMA: Heritage: Wadsworth and Jae Jarrell Opening Reception, Jazz Café Performances, James Van Der Zee’s Portraiture1 week 1 day ago
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