Let us bring the CMA to you!
Learn more about art and make some of your own with the activities and videos here.
Visions from India Walworth Wednesday Art Around the Way Virtual Family Fun Nights Interview with Philip Mullen Upcoming Virtual Events Poetry from Ray McManus Behind the Scenes Interview with Joseph Norman How It's Done Art Activities Black Is Beautiful Harlem South TAP Tours Art Talks It's Alive!
Visions from India
Learn about this stunning exhibition online.
Visions from India: 21st-Century Art from the Pizzuti Collection was on view October 17, 2020, through January 10, 2021.
Walworth Wednesdays give you a deep dive into a work of art with your delightful curator Dr. Catherine Walworth, and through her eyes you’ll find yourself falling in love with art over and over again.
Art Around the Way
Looking for art outside the CMA? Art is all around!
Use this PDF to check out some objects from the CMA collection before trying to find some similar examples around town— just be sure you’re safely exploring, whether on foot, bike, or by car.
Interview with artist Philip Mullen
Artist Philip Mullen talks about his art and his CMA collection piece, View.
Upcoming Virtual Events
10 / Monday
CMA Chamber Music on Main
Monday, May 10 | 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. | VimeoTune in to the final concert of the 2020–2021 season of CMA Chamber Music on Main with the return of some familiar faces. Fan-favorite Amy Schwartz Moretti and fellow violinist Melissa Reardon join CMA Chamber’s previous creative director and cellist Edward Arron alongside current artistic director and pianist Andrew Armstrong. These beloved musicians take you on a journey through the 19th-century masterpieces of Ernest Chausson, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Antonín Dvořák.
Interview with artist Joseph Norman
Joseph Norman gives an interview to discuss the processes and ideas that drive his artistic practice.
Black Is Beautiful
Learn more about Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite.
The exhibition closed September 6, but you can still explore it with Museum from Home activities online.
Harlem South: A View Through the Lens
Enjoy a jazz and theatrical performance of historical fiction chronicling the dynamics of African American life in Columbia, South Carolina, between 1920 and 1936 through the photography of Richard Samuel Roberts. Harlem South features acclaimed jazz musician Dr. Ron McCurdy in collaboration with Darion McCloud of NiA Company and the University of South Carolina School of Music. Presented by Baker and Baker Foundation.
This project is a collaboration with University of Southern California, NiA Theatre Co, University of South Carolina School of Music, USC Press, and the Friends of African American Art and Culture.
Learn more about It's Alive! Classic Horror and Sci-Fi Art
from the Kirk Hammett Collection, which was on view February 15 - May 17, 2020.
Generous support provided by Art Bridges.