Download the CMA Senufo App
Explore the world’s most comprehensive selection of Senufo art presented in the last 50 years. Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa opens at the Cleveland Museum of Art on Sunday, February 22, 2015. Download the museum’s CMA Senufo app* and take a closer look at some of the exhibition's individual objects and the story behind Senufo-speaking artists and patrons.
Once you arrive at the museum for a tour of the exhibition, unlock a special multimedia tour through the app and delve deeper into the world of Senufo art: its identity, imagination, and impact. Featuring a stunning collection of Sub-Saharan African masks, sculptures, figures, and decorative art labeled as Senufo, the exhibition includes nearly 170 works of art from museums and private collections from across the world, many of which have never before been publicly displayed. Through the presentation of insightful commentary, high-resolution imagery, and video, the app will guide you through the exhibition, helping you locate and learn about individual artworks, their stories, and artistic styles.
The app includes…
- An immediately available preview video of the exhibition with the museum’s Curator of African Art, Constantine Petridis
- An on-site multimedia tour of the exhibition with the curator and African art scholars, as well as video interviews with Senufo artists and a look inside Senufo-speaking territories in West Africa (content accessible through geolocation technology when touring the exhibition)
- Interactive list of related events and gallery tours
- Information on planning your visit to the Cleveland Museum of Art, such as parking, dining, and membership opportunities.
- And more!
Experience the art of Senufo-speaking artists and patrons with the Cleveland Museum of Art’s CMA Senufo app and the exhibition, Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa, through May 31, 2015.*
A limited number of iPod Touches are available for visitor use free of charge with an exhibition ticket.
*Please note: The Senufo app will expire after May 31, 2015.