Cleveland (January 27, 2021)—Virtual MIX at CMA returns Friday, February 5, from 8 to 9 p.m. EST with MIX: Move. Experience various art periods and styles from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s collection in a whole new way—as points of inspiration for dancing and creative play.
Featuring a virtual dancing tour through the galleries with movement and performance artist Marcia Custer, this community dance experience will celebrate all bodies, experience levels and identities, and aims to liberate, connect and re-energize everyone in the depths of winter.
The CMA encourages you to wear something colorful and/or inspired by your favorite work of art.
Share photos of your MIX vibe using #MIXatCMA and #museumfromhome.
Get ready for the event with a MIX: Move virtual tool kit featuring a Spotify music playlist by the DJ, virtual Zoom backgrounds designed by Oblivion, a themed cocktail recipe, an online collection tour, artist bios and a list of upcoming virtual events.
The CMA is a leader in the use of technology to enhance the visitor experience both on-site and online.
MIX: Move is part of the museum’s free, dynamic digital initiative Home Is Where the Art Is, which showcases the museum’s globally recognized digital resources and offers a variety of newly created fun and engaging programs for people of all ages. With this initiative, the CMA has leveraged technology to bring works of art to people, responding to changing needs in new, enriching and innovative ways. These sustainable digital experiences continue to complement the in-person museum experience now that the CMA has reopened.
Zoom (with “dance cam”) Join the party through Zoom for a chance to be featured in a live “dance cam” that will spontaneously occur throughout the hour. A link to sign-up will be posted to cma.org/mix or on the museum’s Facebook page, additionally, find the sign-up on Eventbrite. You can also send an email (subject line: “MIX: Move”) to email@example.com to receive a link in your inbox.
Upcoming Virtual Events
Wednesday, February 3, 2021, noon EST
How has music served as a tool of political change?
Join Andrew Cappetta and Nwaka Onwusa, vice president of curatorial affairs and chief curator at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, for a conversation about the power of music and artists who have harnessed word and sound to fight for social justice and racial equality.
Desktop Dialogues happens every first and third Wednesday at noon. Listen as curators, educators, community leaders, artists and others offer new ways to look at and understand artworks, special exhibitions and museum-specific issues.
To join or attend this virtual event, please click here to become a member.
Thursday, February 11, 2021, 6 p.m. EST
Painting and Drawing Society and Column & Stripe members are invited to a virtual talk featuring associate curator of European art Cory Korkow, along with conservation intern Elena Mars. Cory discusses how she developed her story for the exhibition Stories from Storage. Cory’s talk focuses particular attention on a sculpture from the della Robbia school, Christ and the Samaritan Woman at the Well, revealing mysteries and problems that our visitors otherwise would not have the opportunity to see or learn about.
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