Cleveland Museum of Art’s “Jazz Age” Show Counts Down to Its Final Days

Through Sun 1/14

There’s not much time left to check out the Cleveland Museum of Art’s blockbuster show The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s, which has proved so popular the museum has extended its hours in the final days of its run.

The extensive exhibit immerses visitors in the style, mood and culture of the 1920s, when, post-WWI, the 19th century was definitely swept away as tastes in fashion, design, furniture and housewares, fine arts such as painting and photography, music and film changed radically, reflecting deeper cultural and lifestyle chances.

The Jazz Age, co-organized with the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, is the first major museum exhibition to cover such a wide range of the art and artifacts of this era.

Adult tickets are $15; seniors and college students are $13; children 6–17 are $7. With attendance spiking as the show approaches its Sun 1/14 closing date, it’s a good idea to reserve your ticket before going down.


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