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Checking out summer exhibition "(Un)Settled: The Landscape in American Art” is one way to enjoy admission-free access to the CMA this summer.

Photo by Victor Johnson / Columbia Museum of Art

There’s plenty of summer left, GVL — and plenty of time to enjoy free access to the Columbia Museum of Art.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Reminder: Admission for all of the above? Free, thanks to a generous grant from Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All program.

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