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East Wing Opening at the Cleveland Museum of Art Brings Evenings Filled With Celebrations and Fun
CMA’s Summer Solstice Celebration party kicking off opening of new East Wing galleries © Howard Agriesti, The Cleveland Museum of Art.
CLEVELAND, OH.- A summer filled with events, activities and speakers suitable for all ages celebrates the opening of the new East Wing at the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA). On June 27, 2009, the Cleveland Museum of Art will open to the public the first of three new wings designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, marking a major milestone in the museum’s renovation and expansion project. The 139,200-square-foot East Wing connects CMA’s original 1916 Beaux-Arts building, designed by Hubbell and Benes, and the 1971 addition by Marcel Breuer, and creates new spaces for the presentation and conservation of one of the nation’s leading encyclopedic collections.

CMA’s renowned collections of 19th century European sculpture, painting, and decorative arts, modern and contemporary art, and photography will return to public view for the first time since the museum closed its galleries in 2005. The phased renovation and expansion of the facility will, when it is completed in 2012, add an additional 200,000 square feet, including two more wings and a soaring glass-enclosed atrium at the center of the new complex that will serve as an inspiring civic space for the benefit of the entire community.

A complete list of times, dates and locations celebrating the East Wing Opening throughout the summer are listed below. For more information, call 1 (888) CMA-0033 or go online to www.ClevelandArt.org. Friend or follow Summer of CMA on Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. The opening of the East Wing is presented by National City Bank, now a part of PNC. Education programs are supported by Giant Eagle and Macy’s.

Streams and Mountains Without End: Asian Art and the Legacy of Sherman E. Lee at the Cleveland Museum of Art, June 27 - August 23, 2009. A memorial exhibition honoring the late Dr. Sherman Emery Lee (1918-2008). Comprising approximately 50 masterworks of Asian art acquired by the museum during Dr. Lee’s tenure as a curator and director at CMA, Streams and Mountains Without End pays tribute to one of the museum world’s most exceptional and well-respected directors of the 20th century. Presenting sponsor: Hahn Loeser + Parks; Education sponsor: Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art.

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