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By now you’ve probably heard of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead; the sugar skulls, the skeletons, the parties and cemeteries. It’s mysterious, colorful, fun and sad all at once. It’s a unique and beautiful blend of joy and grief, life and death. Maybe you feel intrigued…
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This year as the Columbus Museum of Art celebrates the Day of the Dead, we asked CMA Member Stella Villalba to tell us more about the holiday and how she celebrates. “Remember me Though I have to say goodbye Remember me Don't let it make you cry For even if…
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Duarte uses a younger version of himself to tell the story of how he navigates through the creative community. Young Duarte goes in and out of portals through dreams that can be followed with folklore. Come along with young Duarte as he goes to CMA. If an artwork could talk,…
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We are always getting great ideas from our visitors, like this one shared by our docent Wendy Johnson. A while back, Wendy came upon a lively scene with a mother and her teenaged sons, playing a game of their own invention. In this guest blog, she explains how to play…
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Columbus Museum of Art reopened to the public with immense care after Ohio’s COVID-19 shutdown. The Museum’s safety precautions for the June reopening included suspending all in-person programming and tours until further notice. While visitors are welcome to connect with works of art independently, what’s a docent to do when…
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Today’s Studio challenge is inspired by a subject very near and dear to my heart. Hair! I really love hair! There are so many shapes, lines, textures and colors to explore. It has been a major part of my artwork over the last 16 years. Here are a few examples…
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