With your help and support, the CMA reached more than 100,000 people last year. It is only through your generosity that we are able to provide dynamic programming and remain an anchor for the arts in Columbia and throughout the state.
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Columbia Museum of Art partners up with Richland Library to bring you Reading Into Curran, a series dedicated to providing you suggestions for great media available at Richland Library to couple with our latest touring exhibit on Charles Courtney Curran.
Seeking the Ideal is the first-ever museum retrospective of this American Impressionist painter, bringing together 58 Curran masterpieces sure to astonish with their jewel-like color, immense space, and love for beauty. Charles Curran's heart was claimed by women, children, and flowers, and he devoted a lifetime to painting them in the full light of day out of doors. http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/curran/
Richland Library is dedicated to it's mission to provide the experiences that inspire, inform and entertain. Learn more about Richland Library at http://www.richlandlibrary.com
What is there to do at the Columbia Museum of Art? What isn't would be a better question. The museum proudly offers a variety of events throughout the year dedicated to entertaining and educating all ages. From our popular concerts to art classes the CMA has something for everyone to enjoy.
eCollections is the browser based accompaniment to CMA's Collections magazine. Collections is a quarterly periodical dedicated to news and information about the CMA. Ranging from interviews with artists on view to stories of philanthropy, Collections is the word on happenings at the Columbia Museum of Art.
Have you ever wondered how an exhibition is designed? How the vinyl is put on the wall? What a curator really does? How the Chihuly was installed? Then this is the playlist for you full of fun behind the scenes content and interviews to answer some of the more frequently asked questions about the CMA.