The Edward E. Parker Museum of Art: Creating Through A Season of Seclusion

INTERGENERATIONAL ART CLASSES We have good news! EEPMOA will be hosting our second intergenerational art class this summer. The class is open to all age groups, and pairs family members together to complete projects using a variety of materials and mediums. At class’s end, a free community exhibition will be held to display completed work. Classes will be held each […]

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CMA Online: Home is Where the Art Is

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s strategic plan Making Art Matter: A Strategic Framework for Our Second Century (2017) distills the myriad elements of a museum experience into three essentials: Art, Place, and Audience. Collectively, the three activate engagement, inspire wonder, and advance the CMA’s mission to “create transformative experiences through art, for the benefit of all the people forever.” What […]

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CIA’s Mission: Keep the Learning on Track

The Cleveland Institute of Art has always touted the problem-solving skills of its artists and designers. Coronavirus gave the CIA community a dramatic chance to prove it. When the virus first hit Ohio in March, state restrictions on public gatherings affected everything from the education of its bachelor’s degree students to delivery of continuing education and Cinematheque films in the […]

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Canton Area Museums Collaborate to Provide Online Education and Entertainment

As the community works together to keep COVID-19 at bay, Stark and Tuscarawas County museums have organized to present content to their audiences in the comfort and safety of their homes and offices. To stay informed, engaged, and entertained, go to the Facebook pages of the McKinley Museum and Presidential Library, Massillon Museum, Canton Museum of Art, National First Ladies’ […]

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Physical, Psychological, Emotional

Like everyone, everywhere, we are dealing with the coronavirus on a multitude of levels: physical, psychological, and emotional. The landscape we all navigate at this time is a shifting balance of forced separation and the need for human contact. Speaking for myself, as an artist who enjoys creating in solitude, but is also accustomed to job-related social interactions, this balancing […]

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