Using Rogers and Hammerstein as inspiration, we compiled a list of the top favorite things viewed on both the Cleveland Museum of Art collection online and the ArtLens app in 2014, and added a few other favorites. Spanning decades and continents and varying from surrealist to neoclassical to impressionist, each piece gives us a reason to not feel so bad about winter. Visit our permanent collection and see for yourself.
Beginning last month, the Cleveland Museum of Art's Performing Arts team is offering a new series of curated music playlists. Take a listen to our February 2015 playlist on Spotify here (featuring music of Matthias Ziegler, Anna Gourari, Sussana Borsch, Kronos Quartet, and more), and meet us back here in a few weeks for another CMA on Spotify soundtrack. We hope you enjoy!
Bookmark our blog and stay connected with our new Five Things Happening This Week updates from the Cleveland Museum of Art. This week, Ragamala Dance Company performs with Rudresh Mahanthappa, Provenance offers a Valentine's Day prix fix on February 13, Make & Take is Wednesday, and more!
There is no better way to get ready for the upcoming season of love than by checking in with our favorite couples at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Stop by with your significant other to meet our lovebirds and get a lesson in romance.
Bookmark our blog and stay connected with our new Five Things Happening This Week updates from the Cleveland Museum of Art. This week, London-based artists Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin will speak as part of the Contemporary Artist Lecture Series on Saturday, enjoy live music in the galleries, MIX: Soul is Friday, watch Harlem Street Singer as it makes its Cleveland premiere at the museum, and more!
In celebration of the Super Bowl this weekend, here are 10 "super bowls" from the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, currently on view at the museum!
In 2014, the Cleveland Museum of Art treated The Crucifixion of Saint Andrew by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio in front of museum visitors for the first time, and audiences were able to witness firsthand the skill, planning, research, and technical analysis that go in to a major conservation project. Conservator of Paintings, Dean Yoder, worked in the gallery, cleaning the painting by removing deteriorated varnish layers and old retouching, until the September, when the painting went back into the museum’s conservation laboratory for further restoration. Here, Yoder shares an update on the restoration of the Caravaggio since the fall and what comes next.
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!
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!