Mother's Day is right around the corner! What better way to celebrate mom than by spending a day at the CMA! Check out some ideas that will surely make you the family favorite on Sun, 5/14.
CMA Store: Members 25% Off Jewelry
Looking for last-minute Mother’s Day gifts? The Cleveland Museum of Art Store is offering 25% off to CMA members on all regularly priced jewelry in the store until May 14. Celebrate your mom with something almost as beautiful as she is.
Parade the Circle’s public workshop tent, more than 110,000 cubic feet of creative space, is up NOW in the CWRU School of Law parking lot off East Boulevard. Over the following weeks, the energy builds as a team of nearly 40 artists work side by side with a few hundred Clevelanders to develop the imaginative spirit that is the parade. Our team is there to nurture and support all manner of artistic expression. Everyone is welcome to participate or to simply wander through the tent and become immersed in the creative process.
Check out four new suits of armor on view NOW in the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Armor Court! These stunning pieces are long term loans from the prestigious Imperial Armories in Vienna. The Imperial Armories today represents one of the most historically important collections of European arms and armor in existence, largely the result of the many alliances established through marriage by the Hapsburg dynasty.
Play more games–and see more art! International Tabletop Day is coming up on April 29. Tabletop Day is a day dedicated to playing board games and having fun with friends and family, with events all over the world. Since plenty of board games are set in locations and eras represented in our collections, here are a few ideas for what to play inspired by works of art in the galleries.
The CMA's next exhibition, Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s, opens this Sun, 4/30!
Discover Alex Katz’s innovative paintings of the 1950s in the first major museum exhibition of these works. Combining abstraction with recognizable imagery, Katz’s boldly simplified portraits and landscapes foreshadowed the development of Pop Art.