In addition to its famous medieval Armour Court and manuscript collections, the Cleveland Museum of Art will host Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe now through January 17, 2011.
The exhibition explores how artists of the Middle Ages revered saints and their relics, and looks at the importance of relics in medieval life.
From the website:
The exhibition, on view in Cleveland from October 17, 2010, to January 17, 2011, will provide American audiences with an unparalleled opportunity to see 135 extraordinary works of late antique, Byzantine, and Western medieval art, including precious metalwork objects, paintings, sculptures, and illuminated manuscripts, drawn from public and private collections as well as church treasuries across the United States and Europe. Several of these spectacular works have never been seen outside their home countries.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, $6 for kids 6-18 and free for kids under 5.