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The Survivor. 1944
Exhibition: Queer / Modern
TBD (more information)
Paul Cadmus
The Survivor. 1944
Bequest of Robert E. White, Jr.
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Exhibition: Photography in Context: Two Works by Deana Lawson
TBD (more information)
Deana Lawson
Photography in Context: Two Works by Deana Lawson
Bedouin Woman of Jericho, 1999
Exhibition: Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Robinson’s House and Journals
Through 10/03/2021 (more information)
Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson
Bedouin Woman of Jericho, 1999
Exhibition: Greater Columbus: The 2020 Greater Columbus Arts Council Visual Arts Awards Exhibition
Through 04/25/2021 (more information)
Daric Gill
The Circadian Machine, 2020
LED lights, mirrored acrylic, Wi-Fi enabled Hazzah32 micro-controller, DS3231 Real Time Clock, M4 Express micro-controller, Music Maker, 2 PIR motion sensors, custom circuit boards, 2 speakers, and other electronics.
Courtesy of the artist
The Circadian Machine, 2020
Always CMA 2020
Exhibition: Always CMA
Through 2020 (more information)
Melissa Vogley Woods,
American, born 1968
Always CMA 2020
photo interactive artwork
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Museum Photo by Brad Feinknopf

Columbus Museum of Art
480 E Broad St Columbus, OH
Columbus, OH 43215
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Schokko Art Café
Dine in our new restaurant Schokko Art Café . This new artful concept from Cameron Mitchell Premier Events is located on the main floor of Columbus Museum of Art near the main entrance, and looks out onto the new sculpture garden.

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Parking for CMA Visitors is available in our newly refinished lot off East Gay Street. Parking is free. Parking meters are also available in the area.

About CMA
Our mission at the Columbus Museum of Art is to create great experiences with great art for everyone. We are guided by a vision of connecting people and art and we nurture that connection while removing barriers between our community and our collection.

There's a willingness at CMA to try new things. We encourage curiosity about art, conversations about creativity, and connections with cultures. A community hub where ideas can be exchanged and different voices heard, the Museum nurtures creativity through building relationships with diverse partners and designing engaging experiences.

We believe that creativity is what we crave, require, and need for the future. The challenges of our time demand creative ways of thinking and doing- in our schools, businesses, government, community, and world. We intentionally design experiences to provoke dialogue, to promote collaboration, and to encourage risk-taking. Our goal is simple - to prepare today's generations to think and lead as the future demands.

CMA's galleries are filled with works that manifest creativity. Our collection includes outstanding late nineteenth and early twentieth-century American and European modern works of art. We house the world's largest collections of works by beloved local artists Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Elijah Pierce, and George Bellows; and acclaimed collections such as The Photo League and the Schiller Collection. A commitment to contemporary art, folk art, glass, and photography continues the Museum's dedication to showcasing art of our time. CMA also presents a rich menu of traveling and CMA-organized special exhibitions that reflect the
diverse voices in our community.

We value the role these artists play to imagine, question, connect and explore. And we believe that is our responsibility to foster these attributes within our community and to encourage citizens to think like artists.

Mission and Values
CMA's mission is to create great experiences with great art for everyone. We value creativity, experience, and relationships. Valuing creativity means we celebrate the process and results of creativity and provide opportunities for people to cultivate and discover the value of creativity in their own lives. Valuing experience means we are radically inclusive and warmly welcome everyone into the Museum community and everything it has to offer. Valuing relationships means that we believe parnterships and collaborations allow creativity to thrive and CMA to serve our community.


Exhibitions:

Queer / Modern
TBD
(more information)

Photography in Context: Two Works by Deana Lawson
TBD
(more information)

Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Robinson’s House and Journals
Through October 3, 2021
(more information)

Greater Columbus: The 2020 Greater Columbus Arts Council Visual Arts Awards Exhibition
Through 04/25/2021
(more information)

Always CMA
Through 2020
(more information)

Events

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