The Board of Trustees of the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) announced today that David Franklin has resigned his position as Director, effective immediately. Dr. Franklin had been the Director of the CMA since September, 2010 and will be retained as a consultant for a period of time in order to insure an orderly transition.
It is clear from examples that survive from the Middle Ages and early Renaissance, that the crucifix, in the hands of a great artist, achieved the status of a consummate work of art. The Cleveland Museum of Art possesses a beautiful example of a large-scale, painted crucifix made in Pisa during the 1230s. The majestic Cleveland crucifix is one of the few elaborate painted Italian crosses in the United States.
The Cleveland Museum of Art announces the appointment of Sinéad Vilbar to the position of Curator of Japanese and Korean Art. In this role, Vilbar will be responsible for all aspects of the care, presentation and interpretation of the museum’s world-renowned collection of Japanese and Korean art as well as acquisitions to further enhance the museum’s collection. She will also oversee rotations in the museum’s Japanese and Korean permanent collection galleries, which opened in late June 2013. Vilbar will begin her work at the museum in early January 2014.
The Cleveland Museum of Art announces the appointment of Beau Rutland to the position of Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art. Rutland will be tasked with further developing the museum’s contemporary art program with Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, Reto Thüring, including planning exhibitions at the museum and the Transformer Station and new rotations of the permanent collection in the museum’s contemporary art galleries. Rutland will start at the museum on September 30, 2013.
CLEVELAND (September 18, 2013) – Staff Art Show 2013, the third annual exhibition that highlights works of art created by Cleveland Museum of Art staff members, is now on view in Susan M. Kaesgen Education Gallery and Lobby through December 1, 2013. Curated by David Franklin, the Sarah S. and Alexander M. Cutler Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the exhibition features 50 artists that represent 14 departments and comprises of versatile media including painting, photography, drawing and sculpture.
For more information, please contact:
Saeko Yamamoto, 216-707-6898, syamamoto [at] clevelandart.org
Caroline Guscott, 216-707-2261, cguscott [at] clevelandart.org
3 butternut squash, cut in 1/2 lengthwise, seeded
¼ cup water
1 stick butter, unsalted
1 small stalk of celery, diced
½ of a carrot, diced
1 yellow onion, diced
2 cups chicken stock (substitute 2 cups vegetable stock for vegetarian option)
3 tbs. heavy cream
¼ cup hazelnuts, toasted and crushed
¼ cup goat cheese
2 tbsp. maple syrup
2 tsp. sage chopped
Kosher salt, to taste
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Studio Glass in Focus: Dialogue and Innovation is one of more than 150 celebrations across the country that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the studio glass movement. The current wealth of creativity in glass art had humble beginnings in 1962 at two workshops arranged by Harvey Littleton at the Toledo Museum of Art.