CLEVELAND — If you’ve ever wanted to explore contemporary art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland is just the place for you.
The museum even offers special events that can allow you to soak up the exhibits with your kids.
The best thing about it? You don’t have to be well-versed in in art, only an openness and curiosity.
"This museum is for everyone and whatever you bring with you. Whoever you are, you are welcome here," said Nicole Ledinek, curator of education and engagement.” You have the right tools, you have the right experience. What makes this museum different from other museums is the having conversations about what the art means to you and what your questions are about the art.”
Every Saturday you can explore the galleries with special scavenger hunts. The kids can bring that curiosity back home with creative take-away art kits.
The exhibitions change every three to four months. Over the course of the year there will be three different exhibition seasons. Within the seasons, there may be anywhere between 2-7 exhibitions.
There are three exhibitions available now.
Martin Creed: Work No. 3398 Everything Is Going To Be Alright, Imagine Otherwise and Naeem Mohaiemen: Monday, Day 3753 are currently on display.
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