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We’re missing the State Fair, and we bet you are, too. Why not create a little of that Fair festivity by trying your hand at creating a butter sculpture inspired by art from Columbus Museum of Art? Here’s Elizabeth’s creation, inspired by Barbara Hepworth’s “Family of Man” in our sculpture…
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The year 2020 presented a few challenges early on, but by the end of February, things at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School were on the up and up, chugging away as usual. And then… everything changed. Just like that, we found ourselves scrambling to transition, in a 48-hour period,…
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Need an idea at home to keep children of all ages engaged? CMA has packed up all the materials you need to stay engaged with creativity all in one package. Studio in a Box offers all the basics to keep you creating and making with supplies shipped right to your…
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I often say that the story behind the story of how a film was made can be as compelling as the actual film. In July of 2017, a casting director for a reality-based TV show in LA reached out to me after discovering one of my scripts through a local…
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On March 5, a remarkable group of public school teachers from across central Ohio convened at the Columbus Museum of Art. We explored how creativity can help us not only to solve problems, but to better identify and understand them. We didn’t know that less than ten days later CMA…
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We are exploring an updated version of paper silhouettes this week in our CMA Studio Challenge.  Most likely you created a traditional outline of your facial profile which was traced against a dark piece of paper. You would then cut out the silhouette and then glue it to a contrasting…
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