The Cleveland Museum of Art offers a wide range of events and experiences for adult audiences to enrich their understanding of art and culture, including Lunchtime Lectures, Artist in the Atrium pop-up programs, annual distinguished lectures, exhibition programs, community curated programs, individual classes, and courses. 

Classes, Courses, and Tours

Collection and Exhibitions Programming

Annual Lecture Series

The Cleveland Museum of Art is proud to host an annual series of endowed lectures including the following: the Dr. John and Helen Collis Lecture in Ancient Greek and Byzantine Art, the Dr. Ranajit K. Datta Distinguished Lecture in Indian Art, the Pauline and Joseph Degenfelder Distinguished Lecture in Chinese Art, the Robert P. Madison Family Distinguished Lecture in African and African American Art, and the Fran and Warren Rupp Contemporary Artists Lecture Series. 

Audience at a lecture

Art To Go

Bring a one-of-a-kind learning experience and authentic artworks from around the globe and across time into your school, library, community center, or educational space. Art to Go participants use multiple senses as they practice close observation and learn how to carefully handle art objects and artifacts from the museum’s education art collection.

Students looking at objects

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