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Explore your curiosity and creativity with fun, playful activities inspired by works of art from the CMA’s collection.
Explore your curiosity and practice your creative thinking skills with fun, playful activities and challenges inspired by works of art from the CMA
For much of the 20th century, contact sheets (also called proof sheets) were vital to the practice of photography. The rising popularity of roll film encouraged more and more exposures; the best frame would be chosen later. The photographer first saw positive images on the contact sheet, which was marked up for printing and served as a lasting reference. Digital technology has put an end to that era: the photographer now sees the image instantly, and systems of storage, retrieval, and editing have become increasingly sophisticated.
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.
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s studio series for teens and adults has transitioned to a new virtual platform.
Experience many different ways of telling the story of art. Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at noon, curators, educators, community leaders, artists, and other select guests offer ways to look at artworks, special exhibitions, and museum-specific issues through new lenses. Participate in the live online discussion by making comments or asking questions.
Close Looking at a Distance (CLAD) is a program that, through the practice of tracing one’s perceptions in minute detail and asking probing questio