The Polish Art Center was originally founded in 1958, by Polish immigrant Joseph Kalenkiewicz. Located in downtown Hamtramck, the small Polish import shop was later sold in 1973 to Raymond and Joan Bittner, who had long since dreamed of running a family-owned and operated business celebrating Poland and all her rich cultural traditions. That dream actually began in 1967, when Raymond first fell in love with Poland during an educational pilgrimage. Later, he met Joan, a Canadian of Scottish descent, who immediately became enamored with Raymond's Polish heritage. The two residents of Farmington Hills, married, moved to Hamtramck and eventually welcomed three children who would go on to help support the family business.
Since then, the Bittners have developed The Polish Art Center into one of the country's premier emporiums of Polish cultural and traditional goods. The Center is also an important member of the Hamtramck Polish community. Aside from preserving Polish heritage through The Center's wide assortment of items, Raymond and Joan remain active in their civic duties, regularly displaying their Polish cultural artifacts at festivals, schools and libraries. In 2004, the couple expanded their operation into an adjacent building and converted it into an educational center featuring lectures, book signings, folk-art demonstrations, and pisanki-making classes.
Visit the Website: www.polartcenter.com
PEWABIC IS MANY THINGS. TO MANY PEOPLE.
Pewabic is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit dedicated to enriching the human spirit through clay.
Our founder, Mary Chase Perry Stratton, was an innovator. In the early twentieth century, her experiments with glazes changed the face of contemporary ceramics. That spirit – her living legacy – is what drives Pewabic today.
Pewabic was founded in 1903 – and while many things have changed, our culture remains the same. We foster a progressive environment by celebrating new artists, exhibiting innovative work and offering opportunities to explore, experiment and invent.
We continue to redefine our role in the community through outreach and education, looking for new ways to make ceramics relevant and accessible to people of all ages and skill levels. We believe that everyone has creativity waiting to come out.
Like our founder, we are creating our next makers, artists and appreciators. And like our founder, we are supporting and recognizing the contributions of everyone who takes part.
Visit the Website: www.pewabic.org
Hotel Havana’s greatest offering is the beauty of the original 1914 Mediterranean Revival design – Bastrop Pine floors, 20′ ceilings, large colonial shuttered windows, elegant terraces and historic elements. In addition to its architectural assets, the hotel provides a variety of useful services and amenities to enrich your stay.
Visit the Website: https://havanasanantonio.com
Located in the vibrant Warehouse Arts District of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art holds the largest and most comprehensive collection of Southern art and is recognized for its original exhibitions, public events, and educational programs which examine the development of visual art alongside Southern traditions of music, literature, and culinary heritage to provide a comprehensive story of the South.
Established in 1999, and in Stephen Goldring Hall at 925 Camp Street since 2003, the Museum welcomes almost 80,000 visitors annually, and attracts diverse audiences through its broad range of programming including exhibitions, lectures, film screenings, and concerts which are all part of its mission to broaden the knowledge, understanding, interpretation, and appreciation of the visual arts and culture of the American South.
Visit the Website: http://ogdenmuseum.org
Claire Elizabeth Gallery represents emerging and mid-career artists providing a variety of original works of contemporary art to enhance private and public collections.
CLAIRE ELIZABETH THRIFFILEY, DIRECTOR
Claire Thriffiley showed an interest in fine art from a young age. Under the tutelage of her cousin, Amy Palmer, a gifted visual artist and art teacher, Thriffiley began exploring the canon of art history beginning with the historical and transitioning into contemporary. She developed a fascination with artists, the creative process and visual manifestations of society and culture.
Prior to establishing the Claire Elizabeth Gallery, Thriffiley worked in the Consignments Department of Neal Auction Company. Previously, Thriffiley had worked as an insurance broker specializing in fine art insurance for private collections, galleries and museums at DeWitt Stern Group and Marsh & McLennan Companies in New York. Thriffiley also served as the graduate intern for the Worldwide Fine Art Director of Chubb Insurance, New York, as an auction preview and exhibition staff member at Bonhams, New York, and as the graduate intern in the Marketing and Communications Department at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Thriffiley attended The American Business School in Paris and the College of Charleston, where she graduated with a degree in International Business and double minors in Art History and French. In 2010, Thriffiley graduated with academic distinction from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York and received a M.A. in Arts Business. Her master’s thesis, which was titled “The Value of Arts in Local Communities: A Case Study of New Orleans, LA,” focused on the emerging art scene and influence of the creative sector on the social and economic development of the city post-Hurricane Katrina.
Locally, Thriffiley spends her free time volunteering with the art program at Children’s Hospital. She is the founder of “Amy’s Art Cart”, a fundraiser for the specialized mobile unit fitted with art supplies, crafts and activities for patients and their families to enjoy while undergoing treatments at Children's Hospital. Since 2014, "Amy's Art Cart" has raised over $22,000 for Children's Hospital and provided countless art supplies and creative activities for patients.
In addition to her work with Children's Hospital, Thriffiley also assists with event planning and charity auctions for non-profits throughout the city and has volunteered with Hogs for the Cause, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), the Emeril Lagasse Foundation, the George Rodrigue Foundation for the Arts and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Visit the Website: http://www.claireelizabethgallery.com
NEW ORLEANS WEEK<> Contemporary Arts Center - dedicated to the presentation, production, and promotion of the art of our time.
The CAC is a multidisciplinary arts center that is dedicated to the presentation, production, and promotion of the art of our time.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
The CAC is a cultural leader. As such, it organizes, presents, and tours curated exhibitions, performances and programs by local, regional, national, and international artists. It demonstrates proactive local and regional leadership by educating children and adults, cultivating and growing audiences, and initiating and encouraging collaboration among diverse artists, institutions, communities, and supporters.
Our vision is that the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans be a multidisciplinary arts center, nationally recognized as a leader in the presentation and support of contemporary arts, artists, and emerging art forms. In doing so, it will explore and involve the diverse cultures of our communities.
Visit the Website: http://cacno.org
A place of comfort and charm, our one-of-a-kind inn will welcome travelers who search for a deeper connection. From fireplaces in every room, eclectic decor, original artwork around every corner to the woody smells of piñon burning—you don’t just visit Las Palomas, you belong here.
Steps from the Plaza, discover our welcoming compound, tucked away from it all. With light-filled rooms offering comfort and charm, you’ll feel at home in Las Palomas. Some rooms have rustic wooden doors and local artwork and some have vintage mid-century furniture. While no two rooms are alike, every room is a Santa Fe sanctuary, artfully furnished with natural materials of adobe, wood, tile and leather.
Visit the Website: https://www.laspalomas.com
The beauty of the natural world lies in the details
When Canyon Road emerged as Santa Fe’s gallery district in the 1960s and 1970s, many of galleries promoted the innovative work of a new generation of artists who saw their surroundings in fresh, new ways and expressed their vision with new aesthetic ideas and techniques. Today, Canyon Road galleries represent nearly every facet of the art scene in America, and Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art exhibits eclectic, warm, fresh artists, often with a folky sensibility, particularly embracing color and texture. They delight in portraying the world we share.
This late-1890s adobe building houses a truly diverse collection of paintings, drawings, and sculpture, much of it with a regional and traditional approach, including impressionist New Mexico landscapes, a variety of paintings, sculpture and graphics, and whimsical bronze sculptures of burros, bats, and other animals by outstanding emerging and established artists.
Art star Nocoma Burgess is here, obviously loving colorful contrast and historical imagery. His statement is bold, proud, and direct. Craig Blietz’ representational reflections of his rural environment and all the things within this that intrigue him are here a Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art. His portraits of cattle are classically obvious and beyond beautiful – indeed, they are soulful. You will never look at them the same way. Copper Tritscheller is focused on the “misunderstood animal,” (rats! bats!) and her bronze sculptures open windows in the mind and calm neurosis.
Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art is classical by nature, but edgy by design. What results is a paradoxical reverence for art with playful earthiness, and sometimes acidic commentary. No stranger to the art life, owner/director Deborah Fritz also boasts GF Contemporary across the street, where she focuses more on modern and abstract works.
Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art 702 Canyon Rd., 505.986.1156
Visit the Website: Giacobbefritz.com
No, not that kind of “fetish.” In the Zuni Native American culture, this means a found rock or pebble that resembles an animal, carved to enhance the image and imbued with a spiritual power or “medicine.” These talismans have been a part of Pueblo culture for more than a thousand years and serve as empowering reminders of the human connection to nature and to the qualities the animal reflects, such as agility, perseverance, independence and survival. For instance, mountain lion medicine reminds us to establish healthy boundaries and to be a good example to others. A bear – a sacred fetish for the Zuni tribe – represents healing, protection, strength and mothering.
Keshi (pronounced kay-SHE) is the traditional greeting of the Zuni. Keshi, The Zuni Connection hosts the largest selection of authentic Zuni fetishes in the world, as well as a stunning inventory of a variety of art, pottery and jewelry. This fair trade outlet, originally established as a co-op in 1981, proudly represents the work of more than 1000 Native American artists, 95 percent of whom are Zuni.
The Zuni Tribe is distinct in many ways. The Zuni Pueblo is the largest in New Mexico, yet its people’s native tongue is unique among the languages of the world. Despite the challenges of wars, invasions and outside religious influences, the Zuni have remained undaunted in their devotion to their cultural and religious traditions. Of all the Native American tribes, the Zuni are the most widely known for their outstanding quality and craftsmanship of fetish art. Though some fetishes may be as small as a dime, they are beautifully crafted from rocks and gems, many intricately inlaid with delicate designs. Whether large or small, each carries with it a special meaning, which makes them a genuine artifact of your New Mexico journey and an ideal gift. “Petit point” jewelry is another renowned Zuni art and Keshi offers an exquisite assortment for collectors.
For fans of famed comedian and comic strip artist Ricardo Lee Cate of the Kewa tribe who is well known for his cartoon comic strip in the Santa Fe New Mexican, “Without Reservations,” Keshi showcases an assortment of original paintings. Cate’s humor is slightly twisted yet thought-provoking, always g-rated and always makes you laugh out loud with his reflections of Indian life in the modern world.
Keshi originated in 1981 with the collaboration of Robin Dunlap, then a school teacher on the Zuni Pueblo, and a small group of Zuni artists and other teachers to showcase outside the reservation the esteemed work of Zuni artists. Robin’s daughter, Bronwyn Fox-Bern, maintaining the bridge between the Zuni Tribe and the rest of the world. She attended the Zuni school where her mother taught, later completed her degree in American Cultural Studies and is now managing director at Keshi. The 800-square-foot store stands on Don Gaspar Street, in the heart of historic Santa Fe, just two blocks from the plaza. The extensive displays, coupled with the knowledgeable, friendly staff, make Keshi a place that offers you a sense of authentic connection and closeness to a deeply rooted spiritual culture and artistic heritage. Keshi, the Zuni Connection, is a must for those hoping to take home a piece of the true soul of the Southwest.
Keshi, The Zuni Connection, is open 7 days a week, Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 11a.m. – 5p.m. at 227 Don Gaspar. For more information and on-line shopping, visit their website. Call Keshi at (505) 989 8728. Elah-kwa (thank you).
Building upon a strong foundation and a rich industrial heritage, 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City is a contemporary art museum, a 135-room boutique hotel with spacious guest rooms reminiscent of a loft apartment in New York’s Soho neighborhood, a cultural civic center and the home of Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge, led by executive chef Jason Campbell. Stay with us and the iconic Purple Penguin.
Contemporary art is the heart of the 21c experience. Look for the sixteen-foot-high perforated steel tree, Woozy Blossom, which produces a continuous fog along Main Street; then explore the current exhibition; dine in a sculpturally expressive space at Mary Eddy’s; or discover the art of time with the site-specific installation River of Time.
Much more than just a place to spend the night, 21c is an inventive union of genuine hospitality, thoughtful design and culinary creativity – all anchored by a multi-venue contemporary art museum with thought-provoking exhibitions, interactive site-specific art installations and a full roster of cultural programming. 21c Oklahoma City boasts more than 14,000 square feet of exhibition space. Galleries are open every day and exhibitions rotate, so make plans to visit often.
Visit the Website: https://www.21cmuseumhotels.com/oklahomacity
CAPTURE THE MOMENT AS WELL AS THE IMAGINATION AT ARIZONA’S PREMIER LUXURY RESORT DESTINATION.
Tour the 11 sculptures in our collection by renowned artist, Allan Houser (Haozous). Born in Apache, Oklahoma (1914-1994) of Chiricahua Apache and English descent and raised on a family ranch where he learned of his culture through his father’s stories. He originally gained recognition for his paintings depicting traditional, Native American life and ideals. In 1992 he was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President George H.W. Bush.
The Phoenician’s Collection includes:
SCOTTSDALE… CITY OF ART
If you venture beyond The Phoenician in pursuit of art, Scottsdale is a cultural mecca with beautiful museums, art galleries, art events and festivals. Explore downtown Scottsdale, and discover cutting-edge modern art at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and exciting concerts at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. The Scottsdale Arts District offers outstanding galleries with colorful blown-glass, Native American pottery and dramatic paintings that capture the spirit of the Southwest.
Visit the Website: www.thephoenician.com
The Glass House, built between 1949 and 1995 by architect Philip Johnson, is a National Trust Historic Site located in New Canaan, Connecticut. The pastoral 49-acre landscape comprises fourteen structures, including the Glass House (1949), and features a permanent collection of 20th-century painting and sculpture, along with temporary exhibitions. Tours of the site are available in May through November and advance reservations are recommended.
THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a privately funded nonprofit organization that works to save America’s historic places.
This project is supported by the Interpretation and Education Fund of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, an endowed fund made possible by a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Glass House site can be experienced virtually via Google Street View. This project was supported with funds from the Marder Grant for Innovation.
Visit the Website: www.theglasshouse.org
The Paper Factory Hotel is one of New York City’s most unrivaled boutique hotel experiences.
The venue is located in the heart of Long Island City, at the crossroads of the charming Kaufman Arts District and trendy Astoria in the borough of Queens. A true urban metropolis, the Paper Factory Hotel is an ideal choice for the seasoned business traveler as well as the lifestyle driven tourist eager to access New York City. Our one-of-a-kind hotel caters to guests who crave a premiere hospitality experience that is also affordable. This is the New York of modern yore, a mecca for influencers from the worlds of fashion, film, food and art.
The Paper Factory Hotel’s combined 5,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces make the venue a leading business, wedding, entertainment and party destination that has hosted Fortune 500 companies, world-class performers and families creating lifelong memories. The spaces are also feature state-of-the art technology such as broadband internet access, and audio-visual systems that can be customized to guests needs.
Each of our 122 chic guestrooms and suite features its own unique aesthetic with relaxing hues and custom furnishings. The eclectic decor and artistic ambiance are enriched by modern industrial accents reminiscent of the building’s past. Each room provides its guests the privacy and tranquility they need to recharge from New York’s legendary days and nights.
Visit the Website: www.paperfactoryhotel.com
In 1939, Mrs. Florida Lasier of Chicago snagged her silk stockings on a wild blackberry bramble while exploring the idyllic Smoky Mountain foothills, and the name Blackberry Farm was born.
Thirty-nine years later, the Beall family invested their hearts and souls in the same romantic site that has become their family home and lifelong passion.
Today, one of America's most celebrated intimate luxury hotels beckons discerning guests who aspire to escape modern-day frenzy and slip into a Blackberry state of mind. Situated on a pastoral 4,200-acre estate in the Great Smoky Mountains, Blackberry will show you the many reasons why it is one of the top rated properties in the world.
Visit the Website: www.blackberryfarm.com
A CHARMING URBAN OASIS IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
Blending Old World charm with modern amenities, The Normandy Hotel is a charming urban oasis after a long day of working or sightseeing in Washington, D.C. The Normandy sits just off Connecticut Avenue, tucked among the stately embassies and tree-lined streets of peaceful Kalorama. The Normandy awakes each day to a wide spectrum or possibilities. The neighborhood features diverse dining, shopping, and entertainment options ranging from the bistros and boutiques of Dupont Circle to the eclectic cuisine and the independent shops of Adams Morgan. The world-famous museums and sites of downtown are just a little over one mile away, and when it's time to return, The Normandy feels like coming home.
From the warm, fresh-baked cookies in the lobby to the cozy down-filled duvet atop your bed, our highest pursuit is your peace of mind. Unwind by the fire, or toast to a day well spent in the cozy garden lounge. Better yet, breathe in the solitude of your charming, European-inspired guest room emphasizing old world charm. Coffee and tea are served each afternoon in our garden room and a casual social hour is held each evening with wine, cheese, and crackers. However you choose to spend your time at The Normandy, our staff is here to cater to your unique interests and needs.
Visit the Website: www.thenormandydc.com
We like design. We like feeling at home. We like doing what the locals do when we travel. We don’t like to be bothered. But we do like curated, expert advice. We also like good coffee and nice towels, sheets and beds.
As a husband and wife team, we have always loved to travel. But as design-centric people, it is always a disappointment to arrive at our destination and find a hotel with the same beige walls and maroon paisley bedspread. It makes us want to tweet #SAD!
So we decided to create a place where we would love to stay. We wanted a place that allowed our guests to experience the real Philadelphia, the Philly we know and love. And so we created Lokal – a design driven hotel that is highly curated to the local Philadelphian experience. Because everyone should be allowed to vacation in an environment that makes them feel happy. And everyone should love Philly as much as we do.
What was the inspiration behind Lokal?
The inspiration for the Lokal concept came from how we like to travel. We want to stay in design-driven boutique hotels in the heart of residential neighborhoods and feel like we are staying like a local, rather than a tourist.
Why Invisible Service?
The concept of “Invisible Service” came not only from a necessity to make a tiny hotel function, but to enable guests to visit with just the right amount of interaction from us. Everything you will need is loaded into your rooms just like at home and we are a call or text away if you need additional service.
Why choose Old City for Lokal’s first location?
The Historic District of Old City is the perfect spot for our first location. It’s in the heart of the boutique shopping, gallery and cafe section of Old City where no other hotel can fit. You are literally living where the locals live during your stay with us.
Visit the Website: www.staylokal.com
EXPLORE SAN DIEGO’S ICONIC HOTEL DEL CORONADO
Seaside charm. Iconic architecture. Modern touches and casual elegance. Make America’s most beloved beach the backdrop to your #DelMemories. Whether you’re looking for romance, adventure or a little slice of paradise, browse our gallery and picture yourself at the magical Hotel del Coronado.
From surf lessons to private beach bonfires and spa retreats, The Del offers something for every member of the family.
Visit the Website: www.hoteldel.com
Almost 60 years ago, collector and horticulturist Henry Francis du Pont
(1880–1969) opened his childhood home, Winterthur, to the public. Today, Winterthur (pronounced “winter-tour”) is the premier museum of American decorative arts, with an unparalleled collection of nearly 90,000 objects made or used in America between about 1640 and 1860. The collection is displayed in the magnificent 175-room house, much as it was when the du Pont family lived here, as well as in permanent and changing exhibition galleries.
Winterthur is set amidst a 1,000-acre preserve of rolling meadows and woodlands. Designed by du Pont, its 60-acre naturalistic garden is among America’s best, with magnificent specimen plantings and massed displays of color. Graduate programs and a preeminent research library make Winterthur an important center for the study of American art and culture.
In his later years, du Pont wrote:
I sincerely hope that the Museum will be a continuing source of inspiration and education for all time, and that the gardens and grounds will of themselves be a country place museum where visitors may enjoy as I have, not only the flowers, trees and shrubs, but also the sunlit meadows, shady wood paths, and the peace and great calm of a country place which has been loved and taken care of for three generations.
Within sweeping archways, fresco and gold leaf detailing, mosaics and glass windows, you’ll find the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton. Our AAA Four Diamond Hotel provides a truly elegant experience in the heart of a bustling metropolitan area. Transport yourself to a time when travel was an art and the fine details were important.
Every guest room boasts timeless décor, a work area, a flat screen TV and spacious bathroom. Opt for a suite with a courtyard view, concierge lounge access and added amenities. Several of our suites offer exclusive access on the historical side of the building and are individually railroad themed.
Dining is a unique experience at our Union Station hotel with offerings ranging from upscale American cuisine to a quick sandwich or pastry. Savor delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Station Grille with lovely fountain views. Stop by the Grand Hall Market for your morning Starbucks coffee and grab a local treat or souvenir.
After a busy day in St. Louis, unwind with one of our many hotel amenities. Workout in the fitness center, swim some laps in the outdoor seasonal pool and revel in The Grand Hall Experience 3D Light Show. Plan your next St. Louis event in our 100,000 sq. ft. of flexible space for up to 2,000 people. Our unique venue, on-site event staff and catering options make your wedding day as perfect as possible.
Hotel Whiskey is boutique hotel with 11 beautifully appointed rooms one of which is a luxurious 1000 square foot master suite. The hotel also features a fine dining restaurant specializing in steaks and fresh seafood brought in straight from the Gulf.
The full-service bar located inside the restaurant is a wonderful place to sit, relax and enjoy a refreshing cocktail. Specially selected complimentary cocktails are available upon check in. We are located in the quaint downtown district of Pass Christian which sits nestled near the sparkling waters of the Mississippi Sound.
Guests may spend the day shopping and dining in the many shops and restaurants located in downtown Pass Christian, all of which are in easy walking distance of the hotel, or they may be entertained at the three casinos located nearby. We are in close proximity to the Pass Christian Harbor and beach. Charter fishing for redfish and speckled trout is at it's finest. Charter fishing boat referral is available upon request.
Florida's Most Exclusive Club & Residences
A tropical Island Oasis complete with Private Beach, Golf, Tennis, Spa & MarinaFor a world of exceptional luxury and pleasures, look no further than Fisher Island Club. Our exclusive luxury boutique offers world-class resort amenities including:
Fisher Island Club surrounds you in seclusive bliss, yet is only minutes from Miami Beach and Miami's finest theaters, art galleries, museums, shopping and nightlife.
To reserve your stay, please call 800-537-3708 to speak with a Reservations Specialist or book on-line now.
Oregon is known for its amazing landscape; dense green forests, majestic waterfalls, shimmering coasts and colorful deserts. Not only is Oregon stunningly beautiful, its scenery is some of the most wondrous in the world.
For instance, did you know that we have the largest sea lion cave in the country? We also have the largest living organism in the world, and some of the tallest mountains, highest waterfalls and deepest lakes around.
Personal growth and daily wonders at our Arizona resort.
In the striking Santa Catalina Mountains, you’ll quickly feel the healing energy that surrounds you. Welcome to a vacation that renews and inspires you. With experts in every facet of wellness to help you create a healthy living plan for your Tucson spa vacation – and for life.
Learn new ways of exercising, eating, thinking and relaxing. Discover personal pathways that lead to a place you long to be.
With stunning views of the mountains and desert birds singing outside, your accommodations at Canyon Ranch in Tucson will be a serene haven where you can relax and reflect. You’ll enjoy original art, décor inspired by the colors of the Southwest and supreme comfort.
Discover the perfect blend of convenience and stylish comfort only at The Langham, Chicago.
Legendary service and timeless British style in an iconic Chicago landmark. The perfect blend of convenience and luxurious comfort only at The Langham, Chicago.
Majestic views of the cityscape, the Chicago River, and Lake Michigan. All housed in a skyscraper designed by renowned architect Mies van der Rohe. Situated in downtown Chicago, our hotel is mere minutes from the Loop, Grant Park, Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park and Navy Pier. Discover the perfect blend of convenience and stylish comfort only at The Langham, Chicago.
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The Cleveland Museum of Art is renowned for the quality and breadth of its collection, which includes almost 45,000 objects and spans 6,000 years of achievement in the arts.
Having recently completed an ambitious, multi-phase renovation and expansion project across its campus, the museum is a significant international forum for exhibitions, scholarship, performing arts and art education.
One of the top comprehensive art museums in the nation and free of charge to all, the Cleveland Museum of Art is located in the dynamic University Circle neighbourhood.
View our collections online: http://www.clevelandart.org/art/collections