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Using your own local history, create a web that serves as a model to connect and represent your family. Cut paper figures out to symbolize your family. Explore details and characteristics of how you can represent your family members on the figures. Try cutting out spider webs, like the snowflakes…
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Columbus-based artist Bryan Moss is a comic artist, painter, and educator. Moss is also an art instructor at Columbus College of Art & Design and the Columbus Museum of Art. He is currently…
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Artist Dorothea Tanning once said, "Art has always been the raft onto which we climb to save our sanity..."     I boarded that raft after losing my younger sister, my Mom, and then my sweet, tiny Yorkshire Terrier, Mona Lisa, hugging her tightly as she was being euthanized.  …
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Looking down on top of a wooden table, on which are a sheet of paper and cups of water in different colors- red, yellow, green and blue). A child’s hands with light skin are seen reaching from the top of the photograph to place a plastic dropper into a cup…
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Looking for some Back-to-School inspiration? We rounded up a few of our favorite resources for sparking creativity and supporting a culture of imagination. Although CMA has reopened to visitors, teacher programs - like many of your classrooms - remain virtual. This presents opportunities to get creative…
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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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