This summer, the CMA is offering a variety of unique camps to capture the interest of any young artist. Week-long camps for ages 4 – 12 and varying workshops for teens.
Several camps have already sold out, so reserve your spot now!
Let's Have Some Fun
Binder is the storytelling arm of the CMA. Get a new perspective on art. See which works are staff favorites, watch recorded talks, find out how art is actually made, hear the latest episode of the podcast, and get the latest news from your museum.
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FAAAC presents Conversations with Collectors: The Joys of Collecting Black Art
Thursday, June 1 | 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. | Reception and silent auction at 5:30 p.m. | Conversation 6:15 p.m. | Live auction at 7:30 p.m.Join the Friends of African American Art and Culture (FAAAC) for Conversations with Collectors: The Joys of Collecting Black Art, featuring collectors Patrick Diamond, Dr. Philip Toussaint, and Marjorie Hammock.
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Public Tour: Behind the CollectionGet a glimpse into the story behind the art: the science that creates the materials, the lives that shaped the artists' views, the thought process that leads a museum to acquire a piece, and the care that's required to keep a work of art in excellent condition for thousands of years.
Lee Alexander McQueen & Ann Ray: Rendez-Vous
Opening October 7
Organized and produced by Barrett Barrera Projects.
Alexander McQueen Four-panel minidress, crystal kaleidoscopic print blazer, and multicolor silk moth print kaleidoscope dress Natural Dis-tinction, Un-natural Selection, Spring/Summer 2009 and Plato’s Atlantis, Spring/Summer 2010 Photo Barrett Barrera Projects Courtesy of Barrett Barrera Projects & RKL Consulting
Want to work at the CMA? We've got openings! Check them out here.