At the dawn of the 20th century the city of Cleveland was famous throughout the nation and world as the quintessential example of the American dream in action.
Way back in 2008, when the Cleveland Museum of Art reopened a good portion of its permanent collection to the public, some friends and I decided to spend an afternoon checking out the galleries.
Before the world started watching “talkies” in the late 1920s, silent film had just established itself as a higher art form.
Collection Highlight: Song (HD Video)
We displayed the recently acquired Song exclusively at The Happy Dog, a Westside bar and eatery during May and June.
For the seventh time, CMA's Distance Learning program has won the Teacher's Favorite Award for Best Content Provider in the category of Art Museums and Organizations.
We appreciate the support of museum members and donors in establishing endowments to support specific projects at the museum.