Cleveland Art Museum

The Cleveland Art Museum is one of the most visited cultural destinations in the city of Cleveland. Established in 1913, the museum is popular for offering free admission to view its permanent collection. The museum has exclusive attractions like the armor court, the French Impressionist collection, many Art Nouveau pieces and a marble and bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin. Apart from hosting temporary exhibitions, the museum also accommodates a gift shop, a cafe and an oasis to enjoy meal and wine. If you are visiting the city on a trip, our travel articles can help you obtain useful information about the museum and other cultural institutes.
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Top Tips for First Time Tourists: How to Visit and Use the Library of Cleveland Museum of Art

The Ingalls Library is located at the Cleveland Museum of Art. The Ingalls library at the museum will be opened from Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 5pm. In Wednesdays during the academic year the library will be opened from 10am to 9pm. The Ingalls library will be closed on Mondays. The museum is located at:

11150 East Boulevard,

Cleveland,

Ohio 44106

Ingalls Library of Cleveland art museum

http://www.clevelandart.org/Ingalls%20Library%20and%20Archives/visiting%20and%20using.aspx

Library hours and access of the Ingalls Library

http://www.clevelandart.org/Ingalls%20Library%20and%20Archives/visiting%20and%20using.aspx

Programs of library

http://www.clevelandart.org/Ingalls%20Library%20and%20Archives/Programs.aspx

There are some rules and regulations to be followed in the Library. Visitors coat, briefcases, book bags, etc will be checked in the museum's entrance lobby coat check. The visitors are allowed inside the library with personal papers, books, laptops and purses.

The materials of the library should not be removed from the location. If any one removes the material without any authorization will be assessed a fine or will lose all privileges in the library. The mobile phones should be turned off or in silence mode inside the library. The visitors can use their mobile phones only in the Library lounge on level 2.

Foods will be not allowed inside the library. Only lidded beverages are allowed that also only in the Library lounges on Level2. The visitors should handle the library materials carefully. Should not make notes on the materials, mark pages, and should not use post it notes.

The registered library visitors are allowed to use the library computers only for the art research. For long term uses the visitors are advised to use their personal computers. There are so many educational programs hosted in the library.

Event calendar of Ingalls library

http://www.clevelandart.org/calendar.aspx

Learning programs of the Library at Cleveland museum of art

http://www.clevelandart.org/learn.aspx

The Cleveland Museum of Art: Current and Future Exhibitions Information

The Cleveland Museum of Art or the CMA is a museum dedicated to art located in the University Circle which in the neighborhood of Cleveland. The museum boasts of 43,000 pieces of art as their permanent collection. The entire collection of the museum is divided into 15 departments. Some of the departments include Chinese Art, African Art, Art of the Ancient Americas and Oceania, Decorative Art & Design and Photography.

Some of the famous artists whose masterpieces adorn the museum collection include Caravaggio, Goya, Dali, Turner Van Gogh, Monet and Picasso. The CMA Asian art collection is reckoned as the best in USA. Rodin's The Thinker, The Gates of Hell and the Apollo Sauroktonos are some of the striking sculptures that make the museum proud.

The Cleveland Museum of Art on Wiki

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleveland_Museum_of_Art

Some of the upcoming exhibitions at the museum include In the Honor of the Cleveland Arts Prize starting from 13th June, Omer Fast: The Casting beginning from 20th June, the Jewelry of John Paul Miller commencing from 16th June, Andrew Borowiec: Cleveland Photographs starting from 13th June and Midwest Modern:The Color Woodcuts of Mabel Hewit beginning from 26th June.

Information on upcoming exhibitions on the official website

http://www.clevelandart.org/visit/Exhibitions.aspx

The museum hosts other programs and shows like musical performances, films, lectures and art festivals. Tickets are available for all these events of Cleveland. You can either book them online or by calling them at the ticket center. The minor service charge of $2 for non members and $1 for members is taken. The museum remains open from 10am to 5pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and the weekend. On Wednesdays and Fridays, it operates between 10am and 9pm. Entry to the museum is normally free.

Ticket booking information

http://www.clevelandart.org/visit/Exhibitions.aspx

Know about events from the official website

http://www.clevelandart.org/events.aspx