Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with family and friends through themes of peace and collective action. The day includes dance, music, theater, and spoken-word performances by youth from the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society (in collaboration with the Cleveland School of the Arts and Cleveland Institute of Music), Cleveland Public Theatre’s Cleveland Act Now, Tri-C Creative Arts Dance Academy, Rainey Institute’s El Sistema, Sisterhood, and Twelve Literary Arts. Enjoy a Wikipedia-Edit-a-Thon and an open house in the museum’s Ingalls Library and Museum Archives, art activities, and a variety of in-gallery experiences and tours for visitors of all ages.
- Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon: Ingalls Library & Museum Archives Open House (10:30AM-4:00PM): Visit the museum’s library, and add content to the Wikipedia pages of artists of color that are represented in the museum’s permanent collection alongside curators and museum staff.
- Performances (11:00AM-1:00PM): Cleveland Public Theatre’s Cleveland Act Now, Tri-C JazzFest Academy, Cleveland Classical Guitar Society, Sisterhood, and Twelve Literary Arts.
- Tours (1:00-4:30PM): A variety of tour experiences will be offered from 1-4:30PM. Take a guided look at a work of art and uncover overlooked details with a Close Looking Session. Hear community perspectives on a Community Tandem Tour, developed and led by community members with CMA staff. Or, look at art together with a Family Tour.
- Art Activities (11:00AM-4:30PM): Map your identity with a collaborative Identity Weaving, create protest posters with Zygote Press, or make a self-portrait.
- Exhibitions on View (10:00AM-5:00PM): Visit the galleries on your own! Read about exhibitions currently on view.