The Cleveland Museum of Art presents, The Novel and the Bizarre: Salvator Rosa’s Scenes of Witchcraft, a focus exhibition showcasing the museum’s four Scenes of Witchcraft by the Italian artist, Salvator Rosa.
Looking for events, exhibitions, or other info?
Hannah Segrave Guest Curator
Fun for Halloween or anytime - a distance learning program featuring goblins, witches, and dastardly doings! Explore otherwordly paintings and prints by Francisco Goya, Salvator Rosa, and Albert Pinkham Ryder for an art journey to the other side. Students discuss superstition in the 1600s, including the Salem witch trials.
Fun for Halloween or anytime-a distance learning program featuring goblins, witches, and dastardly doings! Explore otherworldly paintings and prints by Francisco Goya, Salvator Rosa, and Albert Pinkham Ryder for an art journey to the other side. Students discuss superstition in the 1600s, including the Salem witch trials.
As part of the ongoing review of its collections, the Cleveland Museum of Art has identified two objects in its collection for deaccession through public auction: Rufino Tamayo’s Women Reaching for the Moon and La Rosa by Matta. In keeping with the museum’s policy and the accepted guidelines established by the AAMD, all proceeds from the sale of this artwork will be used for future art acquisitions.
In January 1998, anticipating the 1999 exhibition Diego Rivera: Art & Revolution, Parade the Circle looked for ways to forge deeper ties with Cleveland’s Hispanic community. Following a promising lead, parade artistic director Robin VanLear traveled to Puerto Rico to meet Pedro Adorno and his fledgling company Agua, Sol y Sereno (Water, Sun, and Mist). Pedro’s charisma, multi-dimensional talent, and passion for involving the community in the creative process was just what Parade the Circle needed to excite our Hispanic neighbors and engage them with the art museum through the venue of parade workshops.
The Print Club of Cleveland’s Fine Print Fair, the city’s largest and most comprehensive exhibition of fine prints, will take place for the first time in the Ames Family Atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art with an extended schedule.
Information about programs available for lifelong learning via remote videoconference from the Cleveland Museum of Art.