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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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Create your own delicious looking salad out of junk mail!   As a person with an unusual diet, I am ALWAYS thinking about food!  AND everyday we receive marketing materials that are mailed to us - an endless supply of different colors and textures of papers. Envision your favorite items at…
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Discover the fabulous textures around you while you play with a fun & versatile design tool in this week's #myCMAStudio challenge.  Make a “stencil” in the shape of a jacket, skirt, pants or hat… and go on a hunt for eye-catching textures to fill it.  A paper towel or piece…
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The action of unraveling means to unravel apart, so as to create new beginnings.  I find myself always collecting interesting papers, fabrics, textiles, magazine clippings, items that have been ripped or torn, that should be thrown away but I just can't seem to do so (ahem- potential hoarder alert!).  I…
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While the Columbus Jazz and Ribs Fest maybe cancelled this year, you can still create your own fest at home. Watch as CMA Executive Chef Laura Richmond shows you how to up your ribs game with this recipe for Summer Ribs. Ingredients 1 rack of short or baby back ribs 1…
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In this new series we feature masterworks and other art from Columbus Museum of Art's Collection.  Degas, Houses at the Foot of a Cliff (Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme) This painting, completed when the artist was more than sixty years old, depicts the seaside where he vacationed as a young boy. Edgar Degas was…
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