This week at the Cleveland Museum of Art, tickets to Solstice go on sale to museum members, enjoy free music in the galleries, connect to the community at Circle Neighbors, make memories with mom, and more!
The Thinker: A CMA Blog
This spring, the Cleveland Museum of Art along with the Cleveland Cinematheque join forces to present 14 films by the celebrated contemporary Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien. Eight of the movies will screen between May 2 and June 19 at the Cinematheque, and six will be featured at the CMA between May 6 and 27 at the CMA. We caught up with John Ewing, curator of film, to discuss the series, "Also Like Life."
This week at the Cleveland Museum of Art, enjoy art, music, and cocktails at MIX at CMA, check out a free lecture surrounding our Themes and Variations exhibition, and much more!
On view through May 31, Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa features nearly 170 loans from museums and private collections in Europe, Canada, and the United States. We sat down with Constane Petridis, Curator of African Art, to discuss the exhibition.
Enjoy some beautiful photographs from around the world in honor of Earth Day today.
This week at the Cleveland Museum of Art, dive deeper into the art and identity of West Africa, explore the behind-the-scenes of our Indian and Southeast Asian collection of miniatures, and more!
Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa is now open at the Cleveland Museum of Art through Sunday, May 31, 2015. To help get you acquainted with the art of Senufo, we've shared some helpful facts and highlights from the exhibition in this digital infographic.
The Cleveland Museum of Art's Performing Arts team presents a new series of curated music playlists, highlighting a mix of artists and repertoire the museum presents, or has presented, admires, or encourages the world to know about, here on our blog. This most recent playlist features music by Fred Frith, Jacob Cooper, David Lang, Terry Riley, and more.
Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa is now open at the Cleveland Museum of Art. We caught up with the museum's Curator of African Art, Constantine Petridis, for a closer look at the art of African art.
A selection of drawings, photographs, and Post-Minimalist art make up the latest lot of acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art this year. New works accessioned into the museum's collection include An Album Folio from the Collection of Padre Sebastiano Resta, one of the most important collectors of old master drawings in his day; The Agony in the Garden, a pen and ink and wash drawing by the late 16th century Florentine artist Santi di Tito; an enigmatic portrait by the innovative British photographer Julia Margaret Cameron of her favorite niece, Julia Jackson, dated 1867; The Thinkers, by Brazilian artist Vik Muniz; and Pure Cadmium Red, Medium, a work by Dale Henry. These additions to the Cleveland Museum of Art's collection will enhance its already world-renowned reputation for its quality and breadth.