CMA Stories

For the month of February, we are highlighting museums and organizations that focus on community and identity as they relate to our current gallery exhibition, Home Sweet Home: Is a Home a Sanctuary? Read more

Interested in learning more about Indonesian culture but can't make it to this Sunday's Indonesian Cultural Festival? Check out our February Reading List curated by Kristy Raffensberger of our neighborhood Hudson Park Library! Read more

Artist Letha Wilson talks with CMA about her love for Joshua Tree National Park, her childhood in Colorado, and how she now considers her studio to be her "home." Read more

CMA announces the appointment of artist, educator, and curator Seth Cameron as Executive Director. Read more

Crooks and Cash is a math-inspired board game created by CMA's very own Josh Goldberg. Get to know Josh and purchase the game at the front desk! Read more

Would you eat bugs if it helped save our planet? CMA catches up with artists Jude Tallichet and Adam Chad Brody and learns how the humble cricket can change the world. Read more

CMA will be celebrating Lunar New Year during our NYC Cultural Festival on Sunday, January 26, which will spotlight the traditional and contemporary arts of Chinatown. Read more

Learn how to create your own nature tiered structure inspired by our new exhibition! Read more

Are children the original outsider artists? Learn more about outsider art and visit CMA's exhibition at the Outsider Art Fair this weekend. Read more

Artist Todd Hido, known for his ghostly portraits of suburban homes, chats with CMA about Raymond Carver, spectral lighting, and what home means to him. Read more

Get to know artist Ann Toebbe, whose meticulously detailed paintings of home interiors provide endless fascination in our latest exhibition, Home Sweet Home: Is a Home a Sanctuary?, on view through May in the Cynthia C. Wainwright Gallery. Read more

Our neighborhood Children's Librarian Kristy Raffensberger of Hudson Park Library shares her January Reading List inspired by the greatest city in the world — New York City! Read more

6 Fun Facts About Crickets!

Follow your ears upstairs to CMA's Bridge to view our latest installation — a live cricket farm! Did you know that these tiny critters may hold the key to a sustainable food source for the future? Click through to find out why! Read more

CMA is pleased to announce the election of three new members to the Board of Directors: Alexandra Sorokolit Frankel, Rico Gatson, and Katherine Salyi. Read more

How can a special gift from a public art organization inspire thoughts surrounding folklore, storytelling, urban art, and digital art? Our CIVICKIDS partner Condorens Preschool shares their thoughts in a guest blog post. Read more

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