The Cleveland Museum of Art’s collection of Japanese art is one of the most distinguished collections outside of Japan.
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The Cleveland Museum of Art’s collection of Korean art is one of the most distinguished collections outside of Korea.
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Indian and Southeast Asian collection is rated as one of the leading collections in this area, both nationally and in
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Sonya Rhie Mace (formerly Quintanilla) began her tenure as the George P. Bickford Curator of Indian and Southeast Asian Art in September 2012. Having reinstalled the Indian and Southeast Asian collection in December 2013, she continues to develop the collections. Drawing upon the strengths of the museum’s holdings in her area of research, she is responsible for teaching and publishing, as well as for conceiving and implementing exhibitions.
Sooa Im McCormick joined the museum in 2015 and is primarily responsible for the research, interpretation, and presentation of Korean art.
Sinéad Vilbar is the curator of Japanese art.
Clarissa von Spee brings more than a decade of museum experience to the CMA.
In-Hee Song, Ph.D. candidate, Ewha Womans University
Published August 8, 2020
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s (CMA) top priority is the safety of its visitors, volunteers, and staff. Adhering to all policies set forth by Governor Mike DeWine’s office, local officials, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the CMA has reopened in its first phase now.