The Met Fifth Avenue (formerly The Metropolitan Museum of Art) Take an elegant stroll through a stunning exhibit of ancient visual arts from the first millennium, from multiple empires in western Africa. The photography and music… Read moreSahel: Art and Empires on the Shores of the Sahara
The Japanese tea ceremony is an important ritualistic event, representing purity, tranquility, respect and harmony. The sacred process, rich in tradition, requires a great deal of preparation. An actual ceremony is a slow and immersive experience…. Read moreJapanese Tea Ceremony
Through our exhibition program, the Park Library has presented the works of many talented artists, developed shows to feature CMU’s Art Collection, and designed interpretive experiences featuring the Clarke’s historical collections. We would like to revisit… Read moreKatsina Dolls
During the summer, we will gradually reopen parts of the Park Library building and begin offering limited services in the building. Dates and details are subject to change. We continue to offer virtual library services and… Read moreCMU Libraries, Phased Re-Opening Timeline
1902 -1984 You may not be familiar with this musician/composer’s name, but you will probably recognize his music. You can scroll through a brief overview of his career via bullets at the bottom of the screen, or the arrows… Read moreMeredith Willson: The Man and His Music
A peaceful stroll through the charcoal portraiture of this great American artist, John Singer Sargent (1856 – 1925). 3:31 https://www.themorgan.org/exhibitions/john-singer-sargent Enjoy.
MASP – Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand, São Paulo, Brazil This unique and wild fashion collection was the result of a collaboration between art, fashion, design and industry. Rhodia, a French chemical manufacturer promoted its… Read moreArt in Fashion: MASP’s Rhodia Collection