Art Exhibits

Centennial Birthday Celebration

When: Tue., June 7 2016

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s centennial birthday celebration officially begins with a community birthday party today 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. This special day includes a red carpet entrance with centennial photo op, free entry to the centennial exhibition Pharaoh: King of Ancient Egypt, a pop-up restaurant in the atrium, live music throughout the museum, special activities and of course special cake and ice cream. Pierre’s will provide its new CMA centennial flavor, Sundae at the Museum, and local bakers have created special cakes inspired by works in the CMA’s collection, including Dali’s the Dream and Cleveland native Viktor Schreckengost’s the New Yorker (Jazz) Bowl. CMA director William Griswold will deliver remarks at 2 p.m. A complete schedule of events is available on the CMA’s website. Free. (Usmani)

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