Take a trip up I-95 this fall to check out the Columbia Museum of Art. If you're really smart about it you'll make the trek on a second Sunday, when admission is free. The museum is always rotating and refreshing its exhibits and starting this September you can check out a particularly cool one, Henri Matisse: Jazz & Poetry on Paper, which features 81 of Matisse's works. The early 20th century French artist was best known for his use of color in the modes of expressionism, post-impressionism, and Fauvism. On Fri. Sept. 15 Columbia Museum's curator, Catherine Walworth, leads a talk and tour, Cutouts, Courtiers, and Cowboys: Henri Matisse's Romantic Modernsim.