Art, Music & Theater

Instructor(s):
Shelley Bloomfield & CWRU Classics Faculty
Tuesdays, September 04-November 13 |1:30-3:30 p.m.

THE INESCAPABLE WILDERNESS: LOST IN AMERICAN FICTION
Tuesdays, September 4-October 9 | 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Instructor(s):
Sol Factor
Thursdays, September 20-November 8|1:30-3 p.m.

The team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II totally changed the American Musical both in structure and also how difficult subject matter was to be presented. They were not afraid to deal with subject matter ranging from inter-racial relationships, abusive husbands, racial prejudices, to Nazi takeovers.

Instructor(s):
Staff
Tuesdays, October 2-November 6|1-2 p.m.

Please join us for gallery talks hosted by the Cleveland Museum of Art, one of the world’s most distinguished comprehensive art museums and one of northeastern Ohio’s principal civic and cultural institutions.

Instructor(s):
Jennie Jones
Thursdays, October 4-25|1-3 p.m.

Thanks to a small chip, everyone today is a “photographer.” Through the study of western art from the early Renaissance to today, we will explore the visual development of “seeing” and “capturing” the world before us. We will learn the “tricks of the trade” from some of the world’s greatest masters.

Instructor(s):
Staff
Thursdays, October 4-November 8|1-2 p.m

Please join us for gallery talks hosted by the Cleveland Museum of Art, one of the world’s most distinguished comprehensive art museums and one of northeastern Ohio’s principal civic and cultural institutions.

Instructor(s):
Don Rosenberg
Wednesdays, January 02-23|1:30-3:30 p.m.

Before he was forced to flee Germany in 1933, Kurt Weill had developed a successful career as the composer of concert works, operas, and, especially, a provocative stage piece with Bertolt Brecht, “The Threepenny Opera.” Weill arrived in the United States in 1935, immersed himself in American popular music, and soon wrote (and, unusual for the f