The holiday season is upon us and friends and family are gathering from near and far to celebrate. Spending a copious amount of time with loved ones is great, but what will you do with them AFTER the holiday parties end?
(You know where we’re going with this.)
Might we suggest a visit to one of the top FREE museums in the US according to Travel Channel?
Cleveland, OH (December 17, 2017)—Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art include a performance piece by Pierre Huyghe, a leader in the Relational Aesthetic genre and the first work of its kind to enter the museum’s collection; an oil painting on copper by Johann König, one of the most significant masters of German painting at the beginning of the 17th century; a generous bequest of several works from Frances P. Taft, a beloved Trustee of the Cleveland Museum of Art; and two groups of photos, gifted to the museum by The George Gund Foundation.
It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and there are multiple ways to spend your Black Friday. Perhaps you took the day off to sleep-in and enjoy holiday leftovers. Maybe you’ve been up since 4 a.m. and scored all the door buster deals. Or maybe, you chose to forgo a vacation day and head into work to take advantage of the quiet time. Or, perhaps you're spending some time at the CMA!
However you decide to spend your day, here are some fun works in our collection you may be able to relate to.
The holidays are right around the corner! What better way to celebrate than by sharing the glamour and opulence of the 1920s with friends and family? The CMA’s special exhibition The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s runs through Sunday, January 14. Here are some ways to share #CMAJazzAge with your loved ones this holiday season.
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On view NOW: check out the Copying Caravaggio installation in gallery 217 through 12/10/17.