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All month-long Columbus Museum of Art will be celebrating Day of the Dead. We asked Leticia Vazquez-Smith of Latino Arts for Humanity to tell us more about the holiday and how she celebrates. What is Day of Dead? The celebration of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is…
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Since the launch of the biennial Art for Life in 1989, Columbus Museum of Art has been an early host and supporter. Last week’s Art for Life broke records and raised more than $1 million for Equitas Health, Ohio’s community-based healthcare system specializing in critical LGBTQ and HIV care. Relationships…
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Columbus Museum of Art is thrilled to announce the launch of the Center for Art and Social Engagement, with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. We are living in times that can feel as divisive as ever.  Our lives are full of opportunities to air snap-judgements and…
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Challenge from the Museum: make a 400-year-old Renaissance dress, using only a digital image because the original Titian painting was still in Germany… For starters…we only see part of the dress. I can’t ask the model to turn around or show the hem. Plus Titian’s painting style is…imprecise…when depicting trim. …
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