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During the museum closure we would like to take the time to introduce you to some CMA staff members, who you may or may not have seen during a visit at the…
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For many years, fashion has been synonymous with femininity. Take a look at generations of red carpet photos and you’ll see it – women in elegant gowns, high heels, sparkling jewelry and professionally done hair and makeup.  In…
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Chef’s Corner We asked Chef Laura Richmond to share some of her best kept baking secrets, those that every home cook would benefit from. Below are her top tips. Choose Your Ingredients The most important choice a baker can make is to use unsalted butter. Even better, use European-style unsalted butter.…
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Columbus Museum of Art is proud to partner on the Thousand People of Genoa project. Greater Columbus Sister Cities International (GCSCI) with the generous support of Columbus City Council, will be hosting Emanuele Timothy Costa, a photographer from the Columbus sister city of Genoa, from March 25 - April 9.…
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Exhibitions are in and of themselves creative acts. The Picasso exhibition is an original exhibition organized by Columbus Museum of Art and the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. You bring these great works of art from all over the world, in this case London, Paris, New York, Zurich... and they live…
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  Art Historian Bridgette R. Alexander recently debuted her first young adult mystery novel Southern Gothic, which tells the story of 16-year-old Celine Caldwell as she uncovers mystery, theft, intrigue, murder, and blackmail at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We chatted with Alexander in advance of her appearance next week at the Bexley…
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