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At the Center for Creativity, in the Columbus Museum of Art, we’re always asking ‘why?’ which leads us to big, heavy, and Interesting topics about how we as a museum affect our community. One of the great perks of working at an institution such as CMA that values critical thinking…
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Toward the end of the movie Still Alice, starring Julianne Moore (who won an Oscar for her performance as Alice Howland, a Columbia University linguistics professor who’s stricken with an early-onset form of Alzheimer’s at age of 50) Moore is listening to Kristen Stewart (who plays her daughter Lydia) rehearse…
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Sometimes one museum visit can have a tremendous impact. Enter Jayson, a teenager who is a LEGO® enthusiast. Jayson and his family visited CMA for the first time on a recent Friday. None of them had ever been to Columbus before. They traveled all the way from Virginia to see…
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Here at CMA we geek out about LEGO® bricks. They are a great material to explore, play with, and use as a tool to express ideas. On view now in CMA’s Center for Creativity are the finalists from a community design competition, the 2014 LEGO® Design Challenge. This year’s challenge…
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At the Columbus Museum of Art, in the Center for Creativity, we believe that everyone has the capacity for Creativity. We believe that creativity is for everyone, can live within anyone and can take any form. But rather than talk about why or how we at the CFC champion and…
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If you happen to wander into CMA on the second Saturday of any month, you will be greeted with a surprising and participatory experience called the Connector Series. What is this “Connector Series,” you ask? Here’s the short answer: Connector Series is a visiting artist program which takes place the…
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