#MyCMAstudio Challenge: Spider Webs

#MyCMAstudio Challenge: Spider Webs

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 Read More…

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Creating a Better World: United Against Hate

Creating a Better World: United Against Hate

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.   Read More…

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#MyCMAstudio Challenge: Exploring Sewing

#MyCMAstudio Challenge: Exploring Sewing

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 Read More…

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My CMA Studio Challenge: Exploring Neighborhoods

My CMA Studio Challenge: Exploring Neighborhoods

Exploring Maps: Aminah Robinson’s Memory Maps and Imaginary Maps Maps are endlessly fascinating. They tell us so much about what people think is important and how we perceive the world we live in. More practically they tell us where things Read More…

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Back-to-School Creativity Resources for Teachers

Back-to-School Creativity Resources for Teachers

Looking for some Back-to-School inspiration? We rounded up a few of our favorite resources for sparking creativity and supporting a culture of imagination. #myCMAStudio – These playful prompts are versatile ways to spark creativity at any age, using materials you Read More…

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Show Us Your Butter Art

Show Us Your Butter Art

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, Read More…

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