Share Your Jazz Age–Inspired Style with #CMAJazzAge

Posted on September 22, 2017 by cmoore

What does the term "Jazz Age" evoke in your mind? Perhaps it conjures images of women in flapper dresses drinking gin rickeys and dancing the Charleston. Or maybe it’s an image of a Gatsby-esque character walking into a lavish home filled with Art Deco–style furniture. Whatever you imagine, there’s no denying that people have long been fascinated with America in the 1920s. Northeast Ohio was a Jazz Age epicenter. Signs of this era are visible in historic Cleveland architecture and neighborhoods, and even found in your own homes, attics, and photo albums.

Mourners from the Tomb of Isabella of Bourbon On View Tue, 9/26!

Posted on September 20, 2017 by cmoore

On view for the first time in North America, take advantage of a rare opportunity to see four bronze mourners from the tomb of Isabella of Bourbon (1436–1465) via the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, on view from 9/26—2/4/18. These mourners are on view at CMA as part of an exchange with the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam in which CMA’s celebrated alabaster mourners from the tomb of Philip the Bold will be part of a major exhibition this fall.

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