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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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The world and its challenges are complex. Just watching the news can feel overwhelming. But imagination, critical thinking, care, and agency have enormous transformative potential. And as artists show us again and again, we can create more beautiful worlds.   So how do we kindle our capacities to imagine and…
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First off, why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself and how we know each other Hello! My name is Shahd and I used to work at the CMA, in the Learning & Engagement Department. Part…
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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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Aminah Robinson and the power of the needle. Sewing is all around us. It is in the clothing we wear, the furniture we sit on and can be found in some great pieces of art. Think about all the things that get…
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The promise and excitement of spring have perhaps never been so greatly anticipated — and so desperately needed. In the final leg of an agonizing race, we could all use a spark to get us to the end.     A fun new offering by the Columbus Museum of Art is…
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