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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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Show your love for art this #Valentines day. Once again we're joining museums across the country to celebrate Valentine's Day with Hearts for Art. Show your love of art. Pick up a heart at our front desk and place it in front of an artwork you love. Then share your…
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Construction of the Columbus Museum of Art’s new wing and the renovation of the Ross Wing, an addition the Museum built in 1974 that housed the Museum’s lobby and temporary exhibition space are moving along and we’re excited to share our progress. Over the coming months, we will be posting…
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The Columbus Museum of Art will offer free admission on Saturday September 28, 2013, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s ninth annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket at a participating museum or cultural institution. Inclusive by…
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