Front entrance to the Cleveland Museum of art with a pond in the foreground

Art history’s Erin Benay writes about collaboration that led to companion exhibition at Cleveland Museum of Art

Erin Benay, associate professor of art history, wrote a piece for Medium describing a collaboration that led to the creation of a companion exhibition to the Cleveland Museum of Art’s “Michelangelo: Mind of the Master” exhibition. 

Graduate students in the CMA-CWRU Joint Program in Art History and Museum Studies collaborated to create the companion exhibition, “Master/Apprentice: Imitation and Inspiration in the Renaissance.” The students’ collaboration was the result of a course Benay taught with Emily Peters, curator of prints and drawings at the museum.

Read more about the collaboration.