Recap: Highlights Tour

Posted on July 5, 2012 by ClevelandArt

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. Stepping into the brand new entrance to the 1916 building, the first thing we were greeted with was Jeptha Wade’s Portrait of Nathaniel Olds, a man from the 1830s wearing what appeared to be a sweet pair of sunglasses:

Webinars Help Teachers Connect Classic American Novels with Our Collection

Posted on March 27, 2012 by ClevelandArt

The museum’s Teacher Resource Center is pleased to announce that its first webinar-based professional development session is now available. Explore teaching the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird through images in this arts-integrated Language Arts session. Dale Hilton, Director of Teaching and Learning, tells us about the session in this Q&A.


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