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Welcome to 2021! With every new year we all have the opportunity to rethink our goals and hopes for the future. While we can never predict what will happen from one day to the next, we can always dream. Many people make vision boards around the new year. Vision boards…
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Cynthia Amoah is no stranger to change. As a spoken word poet, artist, and writer,…
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Read the story behind our Lego Schokko, described by one of our docents Sheryl Ellcessor.      "In the spring of 2015 a group of docents took a Road Scholar trip to Philadelphia. While there, Wendy Johnson, Marilyn Donahue, and I toured the Nathan Sawaya 'Art of the Brick' exhibition…
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       Though our galleries remain closed into mid-December, the Museum Store is open and as well-stocked as ever. To help support our museum and bring comfort, joy, and creativity to the end of a tumultuous year, here is a selection of our staff’s favorite gift ideas this season.…
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At the virtual CMA Members’ Opening of Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Brenda Lynn’s House and Journals on November 18, 2020, Columbus poet Scott Woods captured Aminah’s spirit in a vibrant poem. Here is the poem and some of the objects and scenes that inspired it. Catch These Hands…
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Reginald Marsh American, 1898 - 1954 Hudson Bay Fur Company, 1932 Egg tempera on muslin mounted to particle board. Museum purchase Howald Fund, 1956. Reginald Marsh was a prolific sketcher and chronicler of life of the middle- and lower-income working class in New York City from the 1920s through his…
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