A very happy birthday to Paul Gauguin, born June 7, 1848!
Explore expressive potential in Monotypes: Painterly Prints, now on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art!
Happy birthday to the great portraitist Diego Velázquez.
Still looking for reasons to come see Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa? Check out our list of must knows regarding the history, culture, and art of Senufo!
The Mivos Quartet talked with us about their start, creative process, and what they hope to share with audiences at their Cleveland show on Saturday, March 28 as part of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Performing Arts Series.
Celebrate hump day with these seven camels from the Cleveland Museum of Art collection.
Chinese New Year begins today, and to celebrate the year of the ram, here are 12 objects from the museum's collection featuring the 2015 animal.
On Monday, January 19, the Cleveland Museum of Art will open its doors for a free daylong celebration of art, music, and film in celebration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Family-friendly activities, storytelling, and song will fill the galleries to honor Dr. King’s vision of altruism and acceptance. The day will culminate with a special screening of Hate Crimes in the Heartland, a groundbreaking documentary that explores media coverage of hate crimes in America. Following the film, a panel of religious, civic, and activist leaders as well as the film's producer and writer, will discuss local challenges to diversity and share thoughts on service-related responses to hate. We caught up with Rachel Lyon, writer and producer of Hate Crimes in the Heartland before the Cleveland screening to get some insight on why she decided to make this film.
This holiday season, enjoy a festive event, experience the collection with out-of-town guests, and give the gift of art to a loved one! Special offers on the museum store and memberships.
Next week, the Cleveland Museum of Art will welcome Dr. William M. Griswold as its tenth director of the museum. During the summer, we caught up with Dr. Griswold to get his first reflections on a number of topics, including his anticipation in connecting with the museum staff and Northeast Ohio community.