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Aminah Celebration Days August 13 – 15
Celebrate the legacy of artist Aminah Robinson with free admission all weekend, including the Raggin’ On special exhibition!
Throughout the entire weekend enjoy free admission, activities inspired by Raggin’ On, special kids’ meals at Schokko Café and 10% off all Aminah merchandise in the Museum Store.
Saturday, August 14 All Day:
11AM: Art & Empathy Talks
This new monthly interactive conversation series is in partnership with Empathize With Me, an initiative created by storyteller Donte Woods-Spikes to find ourselves within each other through storytelling and documentation. Each month’s theme will be inspired by the special exhibition Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Robinson’s House and Journals. Please RSVP here; admission to Museum and exhibition included.
Theme: Married to Art – The Untold Story of Walt Neil
Guest: Denise Neil
11 AM, 1, 2, and 3 PM: Ten Minutes on the Dot
Join one of the CMA Docents for a short walk-in experience focusing on a single work of art. Drop-in, limited space available. Reserve your admission tickets above.
2 PM: Urban Strings Concert
A collaboration between Columbus composer Dr. Mark Lomax, II, Urban Strings Columbus and select musicians of the New Albany High School Chamber Orchestra and The Columbus Symphony Orchestra features compositions inspired by the exhibition, Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson’s House and Journals. This live performance is free and open to the public.