Cleveland Museum of Art Presents VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING – Preview

Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
Red-Figure Kylix (Drinking Cup): Dionysos and Satyr (interior); Satyrs and Maenads (sides A, B), c. 480 BC. Attributed to Douris (Greek, Attic, active c. 500–475 BC) or Painter of London E 55. Ceramic; diam. 29.6 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Hinman B. Hurlbut Collection, 1915.718

WHEN:

Thru May 5, 2021

WHERE:

Cleveland Museum of Art website

TICKETS:

Free  
For tickets visit the Cleveland Museum of Art website

Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
Neck Pendant (Hei-tiki), 1800s. Pacific Islands, Polynesia, New Zealand, Māori. Greenstone (pounamu) (nephrite?); 16.9 x 10.2 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Wadhams in memory of Miss Helen Humphreys, 1969.107
Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
Mother-and-Child Figurine, 1325–1521. Mexico, Aztec. Ceramic, pigment; overall: 12.2 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Edward B. Greene, 1921.1711

The Cleveland Museum of Art presents a series of virtual events; including: 

Desktop Dialogues: An Art Anthology 

Playwright Eric Coble; culinary historian Sarah Lohman, musical collective Mourning [A] BLKstar, and poet Kamden Hilliard share their interpretations of select works from Stories from Storage, the current in-person exhibit at the museum.  

  •  Chapter One - Eric Coble

                    Wednesday, March 17, noon, EST

  • Chapter Two - Sarah Lohman

                    Wednesday, April 7, noon, EST

  • Chapter Three - Mourning [A] BLKstar

                    Wednesday, April 21, noon, EST

  • Chapter Four - Kamden Hilliard

                    Wednesday, May 5, noon, EST

For more information on these Desktop Dialogues visit the webpage for Desktop Dialogues, Cleveland Museum of Art

 

The Material Lives of Objects

          Wednesday, April 14, 6 p.m., EST

Event organizers explain, “Art objects tell stories not only in the narratives displayed on their surfaces but also in their transformations as material objects over time.”

 

More information, as well as other virtual events, can be found at the Cleveland Museum of Art website.

Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
Triobol (Hemidrachm): Chimaera (obverse); Dove (reverse), 400–323 BC. Greece, Peloponnese, Sikyon. Silver; diam. 1.8 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust, 1917.979
Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
Two Female Heads, 1600–1650s. Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch, 1564–1651). Red chalk heightened with white chalk; framing lines in brown ink; sheet: 7.8 x 12.2 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Anne Elizabeth Wilson Memorial Fund, 1994.15
Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
Police Dog, c. 1920s?. Austria. Enamel on copper; overall: 5.7 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Educational Purchase Fund, 1930.282
Cleveland Museum of Art VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
A View of Naples through a Window, 1824. Franz Ludwig Catel (German, 1778–1856). Oil on paper, mounted on canvas; 59.5 x 46 x 5.5 cm The Cleveland Museum of Art, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund, 1994.198

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