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Research tells us that creativity in this country is declining, most severely in children ages 6-12. One essential component of creativity is critical thinking. Critical thinking skills are the focus of a nearly 50-year partnership with Columbus City Schools (CCS), the largest district in the state of Ohio. As part…
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If Honoré Sharrer is an artist you’ve never heard of I’m not surprised. Sometimes the artists who have the most impact are not the artists dominating the headlines. This is especially true for women artists. Columbus Museum of Art has an international reputation for presenting exhibitions on underrecognized American artists…
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As we celebrate President's Day Columbus Museum of Art is proud to announce the acquisition of a folk art carving called George Washington in Masonic Apron. The sculpture is carved walnut, 21 inches high, and dated about mid-twentieth century. It depicts President Washington clad in his Masonic apron, standing next…
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The central Ohio community, and the nation, mourns the loss of Columbus artist Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, who died on May 22 at age 75. For more than sixty years, Aminah Robinson created art inspired by the African concept of Sankofa, understanding the past in order to go forward. Her…
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The Columbus Museum of Art today announced the public opening of its new 50,000 square foot wing will be Sunday, October 25 at 10:00 am. The event will mark the completion of the third and final phase of the Museum’s Art Matters campaign. The $37.6 million project encompasses major renovations…
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We support local Columbus artists in many ways. One of the most exciting is our partnership for the Greater Columbus Arts Council exhibition, now in its fourth year. The 2014 Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) Visual Arts Exhibition highlights the outstanding talent and ability of Columbus artists. The exhibition includes…
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