Conversations at Judson Park

Siegal Lifelong Learning has partnered with Judson Park to offer a monthly lecture-luncheon series at Judson Park which is open to the public. A variety of academic and contemporary issues are discussed, led by local university faculty and laypeople, providing participants with the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and ask questions of topic experts. Complimentary parking. 

Lecturer(s):
Carol Salus
October 22, 2018|12-1:30 p.m.

This fully illustrated presentation reveals the overwhelmingly autobiographical nature of Picasso’s art. His artistic talent, a result of constant work and great gifts, will be evident. Significant biographical events of his later years will be presented along with a look at his increasingly younger and beautiful partners and wife.

Lecturer(s):
Elina Gertsman
November 12, 2018|12-1:30 p.m.

This lecture will explore the highlights of the CMA's world-renowned collection of medieval art. We will look at the Jonah marbles, the Byzantine textile icon, the objects that form part of the Guelph Treasure, Romanesque and Gothic sculptures, late medieval paintings and manuscripts, and the famous fountain automaton.

Lecturer(s):
Nina Gibans
December 10, 2018|12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.

After four years of small group discussions, public surveys, seven public discussions and sifting through personal experience and memory, the book A Sustainable City: Soul of Cleveland, (Bosh Publications), 150 images, some never seen before, emerges.