American Alliance of Museums Announces 2013 MUSE Award Winners
The CMA wins four MUSE awards.
Mysteries at the Museum: The Bombing of The Thinker
The television program “Mysteries at the Museum” investigates the 1970 bombing of the museum’s The Thinker. David Franklin and art handler John Beukemann are featured prominently in this national coverage.
Cleveland Museum of Art carves out more tangible ties with businesses
Timothy Magaw documents the museum's business-oriented membership campaign.
Cleveland Museum of Art offers a first look at its new restaurants, 'Provenance' and 'Provenance Cafe': Restaurant Row
Joe Crea previews the museum's soon-to-debut dining establishments.
The new Cleveland Museum of Art atrium will be named for the Ames Family Foundation in honor of a $20 million gift
Steve Litt reports on museum’s salute of one of the biggest donations to its eight-year, $350-million expansion and renovation by naming its new central atrium for the Ames Family Foundation of Cleveland, following a $20 million gift in 2008.
Mandel Foundation gives ‘significant’ gift to Cleveland Museum of Art
Michael C. Butz reports on the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation’s $7.5 million gift to the museum.
Museum Defends Antique Collecting
NYT reporter Randy Kennedy discusses two ancient artifacts acquired by the museum in the context of today's antiquities collection practices.
'Youth and Beauty' exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art shows how the '20s roared
Steve Litt positively reviews Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties.
A Rembrandt of Our Invention
Karen Wilkin reviews Rembrandt in America.
Museum News, Building Project, General Museum
The Cleveland Museum of Art has big economic impact, new study says
Steve Litt reports data from the museum's economic impact study and interviews economic leaders on the findings.