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Summer Fun at CMA

Summer Fun at CMA

Donors to the arts, who have made this possible, have done a wonderful thing for families. This generosity will help parents who wish to keep their children busy and mentally stimulated while school is out. And for the adults, many Read More…

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In the aftermath of Ike

In the aftermath of Ike

So, our big exhibition of the fall opens in just two days and our staff (especially the curators, registrars and preps) are working round the clock to make sure all is good to go. We lost three days of installation Read More…

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So, what do Museum staffers do when they aren’t working???

So, what do Museum staffers do when they aren’t working???

They make great art of course! Take a look at some of the most recent submissions to the annual staff art show on view now in our Nationwide studio.            

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Busy, busy, busy

Busy, busy, busy

Obviously I haven’t updated this blog in awhile, but it isn’t for a lack of news here at CMA. We are busy preparing for our Objects of Wonder from The Ohio State University exhibition here this fall, gearing up for Read More…

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Musings from Chile

Musings from Chile

Merilee Mostov, CMA’s Manager for Creative Initiatives, recently spent one week in Chile as part of a cultural arts exchange through the Ohio Arts Council’s International Program. As an arts educator at the Columbus Museum of Art, she was asked Read More…

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Catch the latest CMA video production

Catch the latest CMA video production

CMA is proud to present our second production in the CURRENTS series of documentaries about contemporary artists. CURRENTS: Jason Salavon provides an overview of his work, including the development of his CMA exhibition, on view through May 4.   DVDs Read More…

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Columbus Ranked “Top Arts Destination”

Columbus Ranked “Top Arts Destination”

  Columbus Ranked #10 in the upcoming June issue of American Style Magazine. Columbus is heralded as the 10th “Top Arts Destination” among big cities in the United States in the upcoming, June issue of AmericanStyle Magazine. The national publication Read More…

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Everything you want to know about Museums…

Everything you want to know about Museums…

In case you missed it, The New York Times ran a special section on Museums last week, lots of great information. Click here to check it out.

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It’s all about those magical connections

It’s all about those magical connections

This information was pulled from a recent docent newsletter. This group of dedicated volunteers consistently provides great art experiences for our visitors. Below a docent shares a recent experience TALLE BAMAZI PORTRAIT EXHIBIT             Twice I have had to good Read More…

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Seeing the world through the eyes of Monet

Seeing the world through the eyes of Monet

Opthamologist Michael Marmor created  a computer simualtion to reproduce how the painters- Degas and Monet- eye diseases would have dulled color and blurred lines, demonstrating how these transformations might explain their sylistic changes. Click here for more information and a Read More…

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