Meghan Stockdale, Audience Research Associate, has been an admirer of the work of Fred Wilson for several years. She shares with us in this guest blog Q&A why she is so enthusiastic about his work and why you shouldn’t miss seeing Fred Wilson: Works 2004-2011 while it is in Cleveland.
No, there definitely weren’t any ninjas in ancient Pompeii. But starting in March, there will be Theater Ninjas in the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79 destroyed, yet paradoxically preserved the ancient city of Pompeii, providing a vivid glimpse into the daily lives of ancient Romans.
We all see, interpret, and maybe even produce hundreds or even thousands of photographs every day. Photos are the dominant communications medium of our time.
Luster Wall Tile with a Couple, 1260-1300, Fritware with luster-painted design
Iran, Kashan, Ilkhanid Period , Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust by exchange.
Excerpt from a new publication in celebration of tenth anniversary of the museum's African American Advisory Committee which has nurtured the museum's collecting of art by African American artists.