William Merritt Chase. Robert Henri. James Abbott McNeill Whistler. What do they all have in common? Norah Hamilton studied art under them all! Learn more about this indomitable woman in this "Treasures from the Vault".
Have you ever visited a museum, seen an empty gallery and thought: Where did the art go? Let us explain! In this post, we give you a behind-the-scenes look at deinstalling and installing exhibitions.
FWMoA President & CEO Charles Shepard details his concept of a "brave new world" for FWMoA, including expanded programming, collection storage space, and new galleries specially designed for glass. What would you like to see in a brave new FWMoA?
This week we look at an abstract screenprint whose inspiration is quite clear, and how we can look beyond the initial recognition to understand the artist message beneath.
Wendy Red Star creates familiar images and scenes of contemporary Native American life, often focused on the reservation, that displace the various misconceptions and stereotypes about her community.
FWMoA Collections Information Specialist Sue Slick details an interesting aspect of her job in this installment of "Historical Highlight": tracking down the correct spelling of a bequest in memory of a donor's mother-Carolyn, or Caroline, Randall Fairbank.
Everyone in fashion knows the name Gloria Vanderbilt, so why are we talking about her today on our art museum blog? Read on to find out about how her, FWMoA, and artist Larry Rivers are connected in this "Off the Cuff".
To celebrate Labor Day, we're highlighting printmaker Louis Conrad Rosenberg, whose commissioned works of the construction of the Cleveland Union Terminal includes the workers who made the project possible!
Today is the 74th anniversary of the death of American Regionalist John Steuart Curry. One of the triumvirate including Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, Curry's work exposed the gritty, authentic parts of the American Midwest as well as the fun, entertaining spectacles.
FWMoA's outdoor space features multiple sculptures, including one by internationally renowned artist Carl Milles. Taking a break from glass, President & CEO Charles Shepard highlights this bronze piece, easily visited on Museum grounds.