On Friday, September 25, The Womens Council's Annual Education Evening Program, “The Diplomacy of Art: How Art in Embassies Linked Cleveland with Bratislava” will take place at the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Gartner Auditorium. This is a free event, open to the public beginning at 6:00 p.m. Art in Embassies, an office of the U.S. State Department, curated and mounted the Art in Embassies exhibition in the Bratislava residence of former U.S. Ambassador to Slovakia Theodore Sedgwick in 2011, at his request.
Interning with the Cleveland Museum of Art isn’t just research and paperwork for Jenna Corcoran in the Ancient Art department. From matching flannels with the curator to learning about neighborhood festivals, read about the fun of interning with the museum!
We use our hands all the time to communicate with each other: read how some artists use hands in their works to communicate with their audience.
Enjoy August’s hot summer nights on the museum’s gorgeous south terrace as you sip a refreshing cocktail, play global games in the grass and discover art with international flair on gallery tours.
As the sun goes down, groove to the irresistible rhythms of Todo Mundo. Todo Mundo, meaning “All the World”, is one of San Diego’s hottest bands, having been voted Best World Music band (2012-2014) at the San Diego Music Awards. Their irresistible rhythms blend the musical flavors of Spanish rumba and reggae with Brazilian, Balkan and Middle Eastern styles.
Explore the profound connections between the worlds of visual art and classical music!
At some point, everyone has felt that itch for the great outdoors. Want to make that road trip out to Yosemite? New Mexico? California? Why pay the money? See how artists encapsulate their outdoor experiences with these works at the Cleveland Museum of Art!
Happy Birthday to Edgar Degas, born on this day in 1834!
Happy Birthday to Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, born July 16, 1796 in Paris!
Happy birthday to John Constable, born June 11, 1776!
Happy birthday to Gustave Courbet, born June 10, 1819!