Weekly Video Series
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s weekly video series shares the insights of CMA curators and staff on exhibitions and objects from the permanent collection. In “On View Now,” join CMA curators as they explore exhibitions currently on view. In the “Gallery Hangouts”series, the CMA’s gallery teachers and educators encourage us to look closely at prominent objects in the museum’s galleries. Make sure to check out Behind the Beat and #CMAConservation for more video content.
On View Now: Prince Salim’s Life of Christ
Did you know that 400 years ago, a new biography of Jesus Christ was written in Mughal India? Join curator Sonya Rhie Mace for a closer look at the Mir’at al-quds (Mirror of Holiness) of Father Jerome Xavier.
Prince Salim’s Life of Christ is on view at the CMA in gallery 115 through November 29, 2020.
Gallery Hangouts: Frieze with Dancer and Musicians
This week, join gallery teacher Claire Appelmans as she explores one of her favorite objects, Frieze with Dancer and Musicians.
An Exceptional Collection: Visit the Keithley Gift
In the culminating episode of this special series, join Heather Lemonedes Brown, chief curator and deputy director, as she discusses two contemporary works of art given to the CMA as part of the transformative Keithley Gift.
On My Mind: Scripture of the Supreme Array
Exploring the Keithley Gift: John Marin’s Watercolors
In the fourth episode of this special series, Emily Peters, curator of prints and drawings at the CMA, discusses two watercolors by the American modernist, John Marin.
On My Mind: Hen and Chicks Covered Tureen on Stand
Take a close look at one of the museum’s most popular artworks, Hen and Chicks Covered Tureen on Stand, with Hajnal Eppley, department director of gallery teaching, whose family recently adopted some chicks of their own!
Exploring the Keithley Gift: The Port of l’Estaque, the Pier
In the third video in this series, William Robinson, senior curator of modern European painting and sculpture, discusses Georges Braque’s The Port of l’Estaque, the Pier.
On My Mind: Continuous Mile and Liza Lou Interview
In this special episode, join Nadiah Rivera Fellah, associate curator of contemporary art, in conversation with artist Liza Lou on several of her works. To learn more about apartogether, visit apartogether.com.
Exploring the Keithley Gift: Joan Mitchell’s Gouise
In the second episode of this special series, Mark Cole, chair of modern, contemporary, and decorative art and curator of American painting and sculpture at the CMA discusses Joan Mitchell’s Gouise.
On My Mind: Rooftop
Listen as Key Jo Lee, assistant director of academic affairs, discusses Rooftop by Hughie Lee Smith.
On View Now: Tiffany in Bloom
Join curator Stephen Harrison as he discusses works from the exhibition Tiffany in Bloom: Stained Glass Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany.
On My Mind: Melencolia I
In this episode, Sabine Kretzschmar, manager of the Education Art Collection, discusses Albrecht Durer’s Melencolia I.
On My Mind: A Warrior Cutting His Hair
In this episode, Seth Pevnick, curator of Greek and Roman art, discusses the object Red-Figure Lekythos (Oil Vessel): Warrior Cutting Hair.
An Exceptional Collection: Exploring the Keithley Gift
William Griswold, Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, introduces the Keithley Gift: A transformative gift to the CMA in March of 2020 of over 100 works from the collection of Joseph and Nancy Keithley.
On View Now: PROOF: Photography in the Era of the Contact Sheet
In this episode, Andrew Cappetta, manager of collection and exibition programs, discusses the exhibition PROOF: Photography in the Era of the Contact Sheet.
On My Mind: Memorial Head (nsodie)
In this week’s episode, Kristen Windmiller-Luna, curator of African art, discusses the object Memorial Head (nsodie).
On My Mind: Monet’s Waterlilies
In this episode, Heather Lemonedes Brown, the Virginia N. and Randall J. Barbato Deputy Director and Chief Curator, discusses the work Water Lilies (Agapanthus) by Claude Monet.
On View Now: Ilse Bing: Queen of the Leica
In this first episode, Barbara Tannenbaum, curator of photography, discusses the exhibition Ilse Bing: Queen of the Leica.