The Art of Yoga

Posted on September 3, 2014 by dmiller

Read one perspective on why yoga is an art in this guest blog by Dawn Miller (yoga therapist, registered Viniyoga teacher, and meditation instructor) after her visit to the Cleveland Museum of Art's exhibition Yoga: The Art of Transformation.

#Get2KnowCaravaggio: This Week's Gallery Q&A

Posted on August 25, 2014 by RGoodwin

"Did Caravaggio paint his own image in this painting?" is just one question asked through the run of the Cleveland Museum of Art's exhibition, Conservation in Focus: The Crucifixion of Saint Andrew. We invite you to ask questions in the gallery via our interactive Q&A and online with the hashtag #Get2KnowCaravaggio. Here are this week's five featured Q&A's!

People and Priorities: Interview with Incoming Director Dr. William M. Griswold

Posted on August 14, 2014 by RGoodwin

Next week, the Cleveland Museum of Art will welcome Dr. William M. Griswold as its tenth director of the museum. During the summer, we caught up with Dr. Griswold to get his first reflections on a number of topics, including his anticipation in connecting with the museum staff and Northeast Ohio community.

#Get2KnowCaravaggio: This Week's Five Q&As

Posted on August 7, 2014 by RGoodwin

"How do you remove varnish layers without softening or damaging the paint?" is just one question asked through the run of the Cleveland Museum of Art's exhibition, Conservation in Focus: The Crucifixion of Saint Andrew. We invite you to ask questions in the gallery via our interactive Q&A and online with the hashtag #Get2KnowCaravaggio. Here are this week's five featured Q&A's!

Happy Birthday, Andy Warhol

Posted on August 6, 2014 by ehackett

Born on August 6, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol was a key figure in pop art and revolutionized artistic production during the 20th century. Through the 1960s, Warhol created more 20 silkscreen paintings of the same Marilyn Monroe image after her death in August of 1962. Marilyn x 100, currently on display at the Cleveland Museum of Art, is the largest of these Marilyn paintings.

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