While the Museum is currently closed, we are still here for you. Because CMA values and cultivates experiences, creativity, and relationships, you can count on us to continue to bring you great art with great experiences for everyone – wherever you may be.
Now more than ever, we need creativity and connection. CMA values the role artists play in society to imagine, question, connect, and explore. Join us online over the next few weeks as we experiment with new ways of virtually gathering, cultivating creativity and play, and building community resilience and connection together.
Get creative in the kitchen with a peach cocktails and a special recipe for Spring Berry Pie from CMA Executive Chef Laura Richmond. Watch and read on the blog.
CMA is here for you wherever you are. We are committed to sparking curiosity, inciting empathy, creating connection, inspiring hope, and reminding all of us of our shared humanity through art and culture. Scroll through this selection of videos to design your own walk with art experience.
Conduct your next Zoom meeting or Happy Hour from inside a Monet painting and other works of art with these free downloadable Zoom backgrounds from Columbus Museum of Art’s permanent collection.
Check out writer Scott Woods’ Social Distance gallery tour. Executive Director Nannette Maciejunes goes behind the scenes of the Folk Art Road Trip installation, and Executive Assistant Director, Director of Learning and Experience Cindy Foley shares ideas from the Center for Art and Social Engagement on how we can stay connected during the age of social distancing. Plus get a sneak preview of a new Wonder Room installation.
Missed the Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989 exhibition opening? Watch the Art after Stonewall opening talk with curator Jonathan Weinberg. We’re also bringing you behind the scenes peeks from the exhibition. In this first Art after Stonewall behind-the-scenes video Pizzuti Family Curator of Contemporary Art and Head of Exhibitions Tyler Cann talks about how artists responded to the AIDS public health crisis.
Imagine, connect, and cultivate your creativity at home.
Check our these virtual creativity challenges for online instruction, and more from Jason Blair, Columbus Museum of Art’s first teacher-in-residence. For more about creativity challenges, including downloadable lists of prompts, check out CMA’s Making Creativity Visible resources site.
Visit the CMA blog for news and creative inspiration.
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