For the Benefit of All the People

In 1892 Cleveland industrialist and philanthropist Jeptha Wade gifted the land to build the Cleveland Museum of Art with "for the benefit of all the people forever" written on the deed. To this day, all are welcome the CMA to view its world-renowned exhibits, educational programming, and regular performances, lectures, and special events. 

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Visions of Harmony: Reliving Parade the Circle
The sun was shining down on the thousands of attendees on Wade Oval at the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Parade the Circle last Saturday, June 8. Check out these photos taken by CMA photographer David Brichford, with aerial images provided by Aerial Agents.
High energy: Excitement grows as the creative team readies for Parade the Circle
The Cleveland Museum of Art's 32nd annual Parade the Circle happens this weekend, expressing "Visions of Harmony" on Wade Oval in University Circle. Excitement and energy are palpable in the parade tent as lead artist Héctor Castellanos Lara and a team of creatives see to the last-minute details. Check out these photos.
All Out: Cleveland Museum of Art celebrates Pride Month at Friday’s MIX event
This Friday, June 7, the Cleveland Museum of Art will celebrate Pride Month in Cleveland during its monthly MIX: All Out, featuring Cleveland performers DJ Navy Jayde and Dakota Cox, for a night of rainbow light displays, dancing, food and drinks, and drag.
Signs of life: Artists, volunteers prepare for Parade the Circle
The giant white tent has gone up in University Circle—indicating it's almost time for the Cleveland Museum of Art's 32nd annual Parade the Circle! The University Circle Inc. institutions and groups like Hildebrandt Artist Collective, Inlet Dance Theatre, Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center, Samba da Cidade, as well as volunteers, vendors, and other groups, are getting ready for a day of Visions of Harmony.
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