You’ve heard of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and Balloon Boy, but have you ever heard of Han van Meegeren, the man who forged Vermeer paintings and fooled the Nazis?
If you couldn’t make it to our first TGIF event or really enjoyed the first one then we have some good news for you. This Friday we’re having another happy hour at the museum and this time we’ll be offering something a little unusual. Instead of wine, we’ll be serving absinthe, the other iconi
Thanks to everyone who came out on Friday and helped to make our first TGIF such a success! We hope you had as much fun as we did. If you didn’t make it, you missed quite the party. Wine was flowing freely and everyone had a blast mingling amid the music.
“The first stage is like ordinary drinking, the second when you begin to see monstrous and cruel things, but if you can persevere you will enter in upon the third stage where you see things that you want to see, wonderful curious things.” – Oscar Wilde on drinking absinthe
The place: Paris. The year: 1889 and Paul Gauguin has found out his art is too shocking to be included in the Exposition Universelle. Was he deterred?
Now that everyone is back to school and working hard, CMA is inviting Cleveland’s college students to take time off and come over for a night of intrigue. You won’t see any Natty Light, beer pong or frat boys in togas, but there will be food, a murder mystery game in t