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Update to CMA Families Regarding COVID-19

In an effort to ensure a safe and healthy environment for our community, CMA will temporarily close to the public starting Saturday, March 14. 

We wish to reiterate that there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus connected to the Museum. As a community gathering space for children of all ages — as well as parents, grandparents, educators, artists, and community leaders — we take seriously our role in preventing the spread of the disease, as well as protecting the well-being of our staff.

A thorough cleaning of the Museum is underway. We are currently planning to move forward with late spring and summer programming as planned, and we eagerly look forward to welcoming you and your family back to the Museum in the very near future!

Pictured: Halimah Kennedy, We All Stick Together, Age 12, USA. Part of the CMA Permanent Collection.

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