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       Though our galleries remain closed into mid-December, the Museum Store is open and as well-stocked as ever. To help support our museum and bring comfort, joy, and creativity to the end of a tumultuous year, here is a selection of our staff’s favorite gift ideas this season.…
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At the virtual CMA Members’ Opening of Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Brenda Lynn’s House and Journals on November 18, 2020, Columbus poet Scott Woods captured Aminah’s spirit in a vibrant poem. Here is the poem and some of the objects and scenes that inspired it. Catch These Hands…
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Kids are excellent observers, noticers and rememberers (Anyone who has said something regrettable in front of a child knows what I am talking about). In the last post in the series, we shared some of the ways we try to acknowledge difference in an open and celebratory way. This is…
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Reginald Marsh American, 1898 - 1954 Hudson Bay Fur Company, 1932 Egg tempera on muslin mounted to particle board. Museum purchase Howald Fund, 1956. Reginald Marsh was a prolific sketcher and chronicler of life of the middle- and lower-income working class in New York City from the 1920s through his…
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