This Week at CMA: Ohio City Stages 2017: Totó la Momposina, Yoga at the Museum, Final Week: African Master Carvers
Check out these five must-attend events this week at the CMA!
|Ohio City Stages 2017: Totó la Momposina
Celebrate summer at CMA's Ohio City Stages. These FREE block parties, now in their fifth season, feature acclaimed global music artists on a neighborhood stage outside Transformer Station on West 29th Street.
Sun, 7/16 & Tues, 7/18
In this brilliant comic critique of modernity and technology, Monsieur Hulot adds a much-needed dose of humanity to a sterile, soulless glass and steel cityscape on the edge of Paris that he tries to navigate.
|Yoga at the Museum
Each month, explore a different theme and exercise your mind with a tour of the galleries by museum staff, then get your body moving with yoga in the atrium led by instructors from the Atma Center.
|Open Now: Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s
Through Sun, 8/6
Discover Alex Katz’s innovative paintings of the 1950s in the first major museum exhibition of these works. Combining abstraction with recognizable imagery, Katz’s boldly simplified portraits and landscapes foreshadowed the development of Pop Art.
Through Sun, 7/16
Explore the lives and works of a select group of master carvers who enjoyed recognition and sometimes even fame during their lifetime.
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This Week at CMA: Lecture: Philippe de Montebello, The Dr. John and Helen Collis Lecture: Athenian Vase-Painting, #Rodin1005 days 13 hours ago
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