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There is no “too young” to start talking about race and racism with children. But with something as big and heavy as racism, where do you even begin? Our approach to anti-racist work with young children at CMA is to begin with ourselves—with some honest self reflection and ongoing self-education.…
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Often the phrase “Art Education” conjures images of dimly lit art history lecture halls and slide carousels, or young children in…
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Medicine and the Arts (MedArts) is a vital partnership with the Columbus Museum of Art through fulfilling the MedArts’ mission of creating a more humanistic environment in which to care for our patients, educate our students and residents, and pursue research.  Under the Humanism in Medicine department at the OSU…
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Through examples of many types of art that span centuries, Shine On (March 20 – June 21, 2015), an exhibition at Columbus Museum of…
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Columbus Museum of Art plays host to more than 250 events each year, spanning from corporate gatherings, galas, and weddings, to intimate artist panels, art making workshops, and our pièce de résistance,…
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We asked staff members to contribute to our Collective Voices audio guides as part of the exhibition Art after Stonewall,1969-1889, the groundbreaking survey featuring more than 200 works of art and related visual materials that explore the profound impact of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ) Civil-Rights movement on the art world.…
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