It’s amazing to me how much the smallest changes in routine can impact our lives. The last few months I’ve been feeling like something was out of kilter. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it, but yesterday I finally realized what had thrown me off balance.
The Museum has developed a rhythm over the years. Every three to four months, we have a new exhibition opening and celebrate with a special preview for our members. These events have become so much a part of our lives here at CMA that, with the recent renovations, their absence impacted me more than I realized.
I’m happy to say that last night, we got back into the swing of things. Although we’re still a few months away from unveiling our renovated Elizabeth M. and Richard M. Ross building, we opened our The Bible Illuminated: R. Crumb’s Book of Genesis last night. It’s a fantastic show, and I hope you’ll all see it while it’s here as we are the last U.S. venue for the exhibition. It was great to share the exhibition, and the special performance of our Complaints Choir, with the 500 members who joined us.
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