Take a stroll through the galleries accompanied by a CMA docent and learn more about our collection and special exhibitions. Learning to Look and The Inside Story are two, new ways of exploring the Museum on a tour. Interested in hearing anecdotes and inside stories about works of art, artists, and the Museum? Look for The Inside Story on our calendar. Want to learn how to look at and interpret a work of art? Join us for Learning to Look tours that delve into a few works of art. No registration requested. Today's Learning to Look tour: Marvelous Menagerie.
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Initiate a conversation with one of CMA's trained guides. Get your questions answered, chat about a work of art, or be privy to an inside story.
OSU Professor of Physiology and Cell Biology, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Cardiology Paul Janssen will speak about how his involvement with LEGO® building blocks connects to his work in the laboratory. Janssen is a member of the Central Ohio LEGO Train Club. Works by Janssen and the COLTC are included in Think Outside The Brick. This lecture is presented in collaboration with The OSU Institute for Collaborative Research and Public Humanities. This program is free, no registration requested.
Share ideas, laugh, and play games during this docent- guided experience. Your family team may embark on a scavenger hunt, imagine yourselves inside a painting, or discover a work of art that tells a family story. Family Adventures are a great way to share quality time and make new memories together. Family programs are supported by Cardinal Health Foundation. This program is free, no registration requested.
Join curator Carole Genshaft in a slide-illustrated discussion of the Lod Mosaic in the Cardinal Health Auditorium. At nearly three hundred square feet and 1,700 years old, the stunning Lod Mosaic is among the best preserved ever found. The discussion will be followed by a tour of the exhibition Marvelous Menagerie. Seize this last, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the mosaic before it returns to its permanent home in Israel. This program is free, no registration requested.