Enjoy the Museum from Home

Stay connected! Art connects us, and that is no less true now, as we are called upon to distance ourselves physically from our friends, neighbors, and colleagues. Read about some of CMA's new digital resources on the blog and dive into the wealth of digital resources CMA has to offer on our new homepage.

Links to select digital resources can also be found below.


Video Series

Home Is Where the Art Is: On My Mind: Rooftop

The CMA’s new video series shares insights of CMA curators and staff from home on current exhibitions, as well as objects around the collection, during this time that the museum is obliged to temporarily shut our doors. New videos are added weekly. Catch up on CMA's YouTube channel. 

Explore the Keithley Gift

An Exceptional Collection: Exploring the Keithley Gift

Explore all the works in this exceptional gift on CMA's collection online.

Engage and Create

Explore your curiosity and practice your creative thinking skills with fun, playful activities and challenges inspired by works of art from the CMA's collection. All experiences can be enjoyed from home. 

Collection Online

Access every object in the CMA’s collection, more than 61,000 artwork records, like never before. Explore high-resolution images and in-depth interpretive content. Search for works with videos or 3D models, and learn more with up to 36 fields of metadata for each object, including provenance, exhibition history, and citations. Take advantage of the CMA’s powerful advanced search options to find new favorites in the collection. 

Open Access

Share, collaborate, remix, and reuse images of any public-domain artworks in our collection through the CMA’s Open Access initiative. Additionally, acess metadata for the museum's entire world-renowned collection. Explore the CMA’s Open Access collection from our Collection Online, through our API, or through our online partner repositories. Check out exciting projects from artists, educators, developers, and data scientists engaging with our Open Access collection on the blog.

ArtLens App

The CMA's ArtLens App allows users to explore and connect with the collection from anywhere. New this month, you can now share direct links to tours. A great resource for all, including students and educators, the ArtLens App allows you to create custom tours, then share with your friends or classmates. You can also browse through an interactive map, favorite artworks, listen to videos from our curators, and even search for hidden content using the app's scan feature!

Desktop Dialogues

Every Wednesday at noon, join CMA curators, educators, and other invited guests in a live online discussion about works in the collection that address issues people are facing today. Participate in the conversation by making comments or asking questions.

Blog: CMA Thinker

Check out our blog CMA Thinker, recognized as a top art blog on Medium and PR Newswire, to read stories from the Cleveland Museum of Art discussing art from another angle. Dive deeper into one artwork with stories from curators, go behind the scenes with our conservators, and explore the inner workings of how the museum shares our collection with our visitors digitally.

Digital Archives

The museum’s digital archives include audio and visual recordings of past museum programs and events, oral histories, preliminary drawings, renderings, and works of art by artists represented in the museum’s collection.

Social Media

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