Five Things Happening This Week: Chanticleer in concert, Cleveland premiere of Smiling Through the Apocalypse, and more

Posted on January 26, 2015 by RGoodwin

Bookmark our blog and stay connected with our new Five Things You Need to Know updates from the Cleveland Museum of Art. This week, Chanticleer returns for a live performance in Gartner Auditorium, Smiling Through the Apocalypse makes its Cleveland premiere at the museum, and more!

Your Smart Phones Just Got Smarter: The Cleveland Museum of Art is Now Fully Location-Aware

Posted on January 23, 2015 by RGoodwin

On behalf of the Cleveland Museum of Art, we’re thrilled to put the knowledge of the museum’s collection into your hands. CMA is a global leader in cutting-edge museum technologies and on-site interpretive materials. As early adopters, we’ve been offering our visitors a thrilling and joyful experience of art that continues to keep all eyes on Cleveland. Our recent updates to ArtLens app offer enhanced location awareness for savvy iPad, iPhone and Android visitors. Learn more about them on the blog!

New Year's Resolution #1: Listen More Intensely

Posted on January 20, 2015 by RGoodwin

Beginning this month, the Cleveland Museum of Art's Performing Arts team is offering a new series of curated music playlists, highlighting a mix of artists and repertoire the museum presents, or has presented, admires, or encourages the world to know about, here on our blog. Take a listen to our 2015 kick-off playlist, and meet us back here in two weeks for another CMA on Spotify soundtrack.

Five Things You Need to Know This Week: Themes and Variations opens, Maine Sublime closes, Karel Paukert in concert, and more!

Posted on January 19, 2015 by RGoodwin

Bookmark our blog and stay connected with our new Five Things You Need to Know updates from the Cleveland Museum of Art. This week, Themes and Variations: Musical Drawings and Prints, opens, enjoy Maine Sublime: Frederic Church's "Twilight in the Wilderness" before it closes, get the Inside Scoop on the Armor Court, enjoy the sounds of Karel Paukert, and more!

The Making of Hate Crimes in the Heartland with Writer and Producer, Rachel Lyon

Posted on January 13, 2015 by RGoodwin

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.


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