January 25 - April 21, 2013

Admission:

Adults:$15
Seniors & Military:$12
Students:$5
Children (5 & under): Free
Members:Free

Free Sunday admission and reciprocal membership programs do not apply to this exhibition.

While viewing the masterworks of Impressionism from Monet to Matisse visitors have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in our popular TAP mobile tour. This engaging and thought-provoking experience includes the insightful commentary of Chief Curator, Will South; USC Art History Professor, Dr. Bradford Collins; Curator, Victoria Cooke and related musical selections of Peter Hoyt, the Museum’s adjunct curator of music.

Visitors may check out devices at the admission desk for free during their Museum experience.

The CMA is able to provide this new educational experience with the generous support of Museum donors John and Kay Bachmann.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is a nationally award winning museum that aims to provide tools to easily create and deliver mobile tour applications in a museum setting. The CMA implemented the TAP software program that was developed by the staff at the IMA, which is a leader in museum technology. TAP provides a way for museum staff to assemble a wide range of mobile experiences without needing to know any of the underlying technical details of the web or mobile technology.

TAP Keypad Visitor using TAP Tour stop list Video of USC Art Professor, Brad Collins speaking about Impressionism Sample image Video of Chief Curator, Will South introduces the exhibition