Events & Programs

A woman in a seated yoga pose with her daughter in her lap.

Move, stretch, and explore the museum with your baby! Take a one-hour partner yoga class with your little one, then explore the galleries in a casual stroller tour.

People in a gallery, looking at framed paintings of cities.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the dreamlike, atmospheric depictions of the industrial landscape by Monet and his contemporaries. Free with admission!

Detail of a painting with geometric patterns and bright colors.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the vibrant, patterned art of Ruth Root. Free with admission!

A woman leans her head back, showing a brightly colored jewelry-like hearing aid.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the power of creative design celebrated in Access+Ability. Free with admission!

Five images, from left to right: the marble bust of a young man, a group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, a person sowing seeds on a field, a hazy but colorful bridge with a city in the background, and a colorful face next to geometric shapes and lines.

Discover art from ancient times up to our contemporary moment. A prerequisite for becoming a docent at CMOA, this series only comes around once every few years.

A colorful drawn face looking sideways with geometric shapes and lines, next to the words "Crash Course"

This course investigates the shifting terrain of art after the World Wars. Discover how artists interpreted the rapid cultural change and expressed their ideas during a global moment of transition.

Five images, from left to right: the marble bust of a young man, a group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, a person sowing seeds on a field, a hazy but colorful bridge with a city in the background, and a colorful face next to geometric shapes and lines.

Discover art from ancient times up to our contemporary moment. A prerequisite for becoming a docent at CMOA, this series only comes around once every few years.

A colorful drawn face looking sideways with geometric shapes and lines, next to the words "Crash Course"

This course investigates the shifting terrain of art after the World Wars. Discover how artists interpreted the rapid cultural change and expressed their ideas during a global moment of transition.

Two people dance with each other, one with their head bowed and one reaching out with his arm.

Join performance artist duo slowdanger for a movement practice in the galleries. This workshop challenges participants to explore the links between body, sound, and environment.

Jealousy! Passion! Drama! Take a lively tour through history’s most famous tragedies of the heart with an expert docent—free with admission.


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