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Lunchtime 5: Look Closely

Artworks by Women

Explore some of the Museum’s artworks made by women. Look closely and find surprising details.

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Lunchtime 5: Get Art

Where Do Artists Come Up with Their Titles

Why would an artist call an artwork untitled? Explore the meaning behind titles and the lack thereof.

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ARTstrology: Pisces

February 19 – March 20

Seymour Rosofsky. Underwater, 1969-1970. Oil on canvas. Gift of the estate of Seymour Rosofsky, 2001.16

Just like this ebullient figure, you, airy Pisces, are a dreamer and a seer. You are constantly torn between fantasy and reality, which can be as exhilarating as it is scary. Your eternal optimism can be an inspiration to those around you and we love you for that. Just make sure to ground yourself every once in a while, if only to get a laugh at how seriously everyone else takes themselves.

Piscis 19 febrero – 20 marzo

Al igual que esta figura animada, tú, etéreo Piscis, eres un soñador y un vidente. Estás constantemente dividido entre la fantasía y la realidad, lo que puede ser tan estimulante como aterrador. Tu optimismo eterno puede ser una inspiración para los que te rodean y te amamos por eso. Pero asegúrate de ponerte a tierra de vez en cuando, aunque solo sea para reírte de la seriedad que todos los demás se toman a sí mismos.

ARTstrology is made possible with support the Henry V. and Frances W.  Christenson Foundation

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Lunchtime 5: Creativity Invitation

Rhythm

Need a little inspiration? Sometimes all it takes is a prompt, suggestion, or idea. Tune in to get a creative spark inspired by the museum’s collection and exhibitions.

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MuseumGames: Word Find

Locate the given words in the grid, running in one of eight possible directions horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. There may be an unused word or a message hidden another way to discover related to the puzzle.

AQUARIUS
ARTIST
AUGMENTED
BLUES
COMMUNITY
CONCERT
CREATIVITY
FAMILY DAY
FIBER ART
ILLUSTRATE

INSTRUMENTS
INTERPLAY
LUNCHTIME
MARK MAKING
MEDIUM
MIDWINTER
MUSEUM
MUSIC
ORACLE
PAINTING

PHOTOGRAPH
POST CARD
REALITY
SCREENPRINT
TEXTURE
TOTALLY RAD
TOTALLY RADICAL
UNTITLED
VIEW
VIRTUAL

MuseumGames are made possible by PNC with additional support The R.C. Musson and Katharine M. Musson Charitable Foundation, the Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation, The Henry V. and Frances W. Christenson Foundation, and the Charles E. and Mabel M. Ritchie Foundation

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Lunchtime 5: Video Tour

Why Tell Stories about Art?

How can talking about art transform what you think about what you see? Consider how talking is a great way to improve your understanding of collections.

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Lunchtime 5: Video Tour

Why Talk About Art

How can talking about art transform what you think about what you see? Consider how talking is a great way to improve your understanding of collections.

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Lunchtime 5: Look Closely

Making Your Mark

These works are even better up close. Join Seema Rao, Deputy Director and Chief Experience Officer, to learn more about Making Your Mark (open until March 14), featuring nine artists from Northeast Ohio.

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ARTstrology: Aquarius

January 20-February 18

Nude Female, Ernest “Popeye” Reed, (Jackson, Ohio, 1919 – 1985, Fort Jackson, South Carolina), 1977, Sandstone, 30 in. x 11 3/8 in. x 9 5/8 in. (76.2 cm x 28.89 cm x 24.45 cm), Gift of Don and Kathy Herron and Museum Acquisition Fund, 1989.45

You can move mountains, great Aquarius. Your sign’s rooting in the celestial water bearer symbolizes power and strength- like a statue. But beware, fearsome water bearer, make sure to rest amidst all those feats of strength!

ARTstrology is made possible with support the Henry V. and Frances W.  Christenson Foundation

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Lunchtime 5: Get Art

Found Objects

Have a few minutes to flex your brain? Take a deeper dive into big ideas with staff. Each month a staff member will focus on a broad art topic and connect it to everyday instances and our collection. Today, Katelyn chats about artists using found objects.

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