From the art and science of sexual attraction to a cheesecake and wine pairing, celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Columbus Museum of Art this year with a range of activities from February 11-18.
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February 11, 2:00–4:00 PM
The Tony Hagood Quintet will share a concert of love songs leading up to Valentine’s Day. Treat your special someone to a romantic afternoon at the Museum!
Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members in advance, and $30 for everyone at the door.
February 15, 7:00–8:45 PM
Spice up your Valentine’s Day with a deep dive into the non-verbal ways we communicate and interpret sexual desire in our relationships. Bring curiosity and an open mind as we explore this phenomenon through an interactive gallery experience followed by a workshop led by Dr. Meghna Mahambrey, founder of SPARK Relationship + Sexual Wellness. Couples of all gender and sexual identities are warmly welcome.
Tickets are $80 for member couples and $90 for nonmember couples. Ages 21+.
February 16, 7:00–10:00 PM
This Valentines Day, celebrate your love at the Columbus Museum of Art. Tickets for this event include a cheesecake and wine pairing, light bites, live music by Andy Shaw Duo, cash bar, and exploring the open galleries at night. Cheesecake offerings are provided by The Cheesecake Girl and Schokko Café. CMA is also offering an intimate 4-course meal under the stars.
Cocktail Celebration tickets are $60 for members and $75 for nonmembers. Ages 21+.
Join in on the fun by picking up a red paper heart at the admission desk and placing it in front of a work of art that you love. Share your art crush by posting a picture of your favorite work of art on your favorite social media platform and use the hashtag #HeartsForArt and tag @columbusmuseum. Learn more here.
About Columbus Museum of Art
CMA is where creativity and the daily life of its community intersect and thrive, as the Museum champions new and different ways of thinking and doing. CMA celebrates the creative process and sets the stage for people to experience art, ideas and relationships that spark creativity and nurture collective, courageous imagination. To learn more, visit columbusmuseum.org.