Art, Music & Theater

Instructor(s):
Jodie Maile Kirk, Instructor of Lifelong Learning, & Heather Meeker, Executive Director, Summit Artspace
Tuesdays, August 3 - 31|1:30-3:30 p.m. ET

From classic Hollywood musicals like Singin’ in the Rain to Broadway gold like Anything Goes and Guys and Dolls, to irreverent contemporary musicals like Book of Mormon and Something Rotten, musical comedy has lifted our spirits and made us laugh for more than a century.

Instructor(s):
Pat Sigmier
Wednesdays, September 1 - October 6|10 a.m. - 2 p.m. ET

In this course, we will explore painting with watercolor on location at CWRU’s Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms. This is an ideal venue for painting outdoors using direct observation of the natural light, shadows and ever-changing atmosphere. The changing season brings new colors of autumn to our palettes.

Instructor(s):
Professional Staff, Cleveland Museum of Art
Tuesdays, September 28 - November 2|1-2 p.m. ET

Through a series of presentations on selected works in the CMA’s world-class Asian collections, this course will introduce themes in the art and culture of Southern Asia, East Asia, and the Islamic world.

Instructor(s):
Professional Staff, Cleveland Museum of Art
Thursdays, September 30 - November 4|10-11 a.m. ET

Through a series of presentations on selected works in the CMA’s world-class Asian collections, this course will introduce themes in the art and culture of Southern Asia, East Asia, and the Islamic world.

Instructor(s):
Larry Josefovitz
Mondays, November 1 - 22|1-2:30 p.m. ET

The son of Vienna’s most prominent music critic, Erich Korngold was a prodigy in line with Mozart and Mendelssohn. His precocious early works defied his age. Max Rheinhardt brought him to Hollywood to score his 1935 film of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream.