The Cleveland Museum of Art recently underwent some significant renovations that resulted in expanding its gallery space by a full third. The museum also added state-of-the-art technology, a new app, and now looks and feels both timeless and brand new. The historic Breuer building was redesigned to accommodate a variety of performances, ranging from film screenings to concerts. The 39,000-square-foot glass-enclosed atrium is Cleveland's largest free public space and hosts everything from CMA-sponsored mixers to weddings to aimless coffee hours.
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