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Events

March 27, 2017

The Cleveland Museum of Art Long Distance Learning Series

March 27, 2017 10:30 AM Austin Room at Osborne Plaza

The Cleveland Museum of Art Long Distance Learning Series

America Emerging, the 1700’s

Discussion includes developing American identity, folk art, the influence of the Age of Reason, the effect of the mercantilist economy, and underlying causes of the American Revolution.

This event is being held in the Austin room at Osborne plaza.

 

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The Cleveland Museum of Art Long Distance Learning Series

The Cleveland Museum of Art Long Distance Learning Series

America Emerging, the 1700’s

Discussion includes developing American identity, folk art, the influence of the Age of Reason, the effect of the mercantilist economy, and underlying causes of the American Revolution.

This event is being held in the Austin room at Osborne plaza.

 


April 10, 2017

League park: Home of Cleveland Baseball

April 10, 2017 1:00 PM Austin Room at Osborne Plaza

League Park Historic Home of Cleveland Baseball, 1891–1946

This is a comprehensive history of League Park, primary home field for Major League Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 to 1946. The site boasts significant history beyond the majors, including the National Football League, Negro League baseball, college football and boxing, and has experienced an uncanny multitude of amazing events and people, although that history has heretofore gone largely unrecognized. This chronicle allows for these grounds to take their place among the more heralded parks of baseball’s past and present. Perhaps the most unique feature of the site is that is has survived to this day as a baseball grounds; a groundbreaking for renovations of the site took place in October 2012.
Ken Krsolovic is a longtime athletic administrator, baseball coach and sports broadcaster at several colleges and universities. Formerly, he was a collegiate sports information director, who authored and designed over 30 award-winning team media guides. He lives in Concord, Ohio. Cleveland prosecutor Bryan Fritz, who previously published a book about the history of John Carroll University football, lives in Fairview Park, Ohio.

This event is free and open to everyone!
 
This event is being held in the Austin room at Osborne plaza.
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League park: Home of Cleveland Baseball

League Park Historic Home of Cleveland Baseball, 1891–1946

This is a comprehensive history of League Park, primary home field for Major League Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 to 1946. The site boasts significant history beyond the majors, including the National Football League, Negro League baseball, college football and boxing, and has experienced an uncanny multitude of amazing events and people, although that history has heretofore gone largely unrecognized. This chronicle allows for these grounds to take their place among the more heralded parks of baseball’s past and present. Perhaps the most unique feature of the site is that is has survived to this day as a baseball grounds; a groundbreaking for renovations of the site took place in October 2012.
Ken Krsolovic is a longtime athletic administrator, baseball coach and sports broadcaster at several colleges and universities. Formerly, he was a collegiate sports information director, who authored and designed over 30 award-winning team media guides. He lives in Concord, Ohio. Cleveland prosecutor Bryan Fritz, who previously published a book about the history of John Carroll University football, lives in Fairview Park, Ohio.

This event is free and open to everyone!
 
This event is being held in the Austin room at Osborne plaza.

April 11, 2017

Through the Eyes of the Artist

April 11, 2017 1:00 PM Austin Room at Osborne Plaza

“Through the Eyes of the Artist”

Presented by

Felicia Zavarella Stadelman

Join us in welcoming back this wonderful program opportunity!

With music and photographs we will journey into the lives and times of our most famous and beloved artists.

Michelangelo

The most exalted artist on history once said “Carving is easy, you just go down to the skin and stop”. In an age of great artists, he was perhaps the greatest, creating immortal works in all three of the major arts - sculpture,

painting, and architecture.

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Through the Eyes of the Artist

“Through the Eyes of the Artist”

Presented by

Felicia Zavarella Stadelman

Join us in welcoming back this wonderful program opportunity!

With music and photographs we will journey into the lives and times of our most famous and beloved artists.

Michelangelo

The most exalted artist on history once said “Carving is easy, you just go down to the skin and stop”. In an age of great artists, he was perhaps the greatest, creating immortal works in all three of the major arts - sculpture,

painting, and architecture.


May 10, 2017

Through the Eyes of the Artist

May 10, 2017 1:00 PM Austin Room at Osborne Plaza

“Through the Eyes of the Artist”

Presented by

Felicia Zavarella Stadelman

Join us in welcoming back this wonderful program opportunity!

With music and photographs we will journey into the lives and times of our most famous and beloved artists.

 

Amadeo Modigliani

One of the many ironies of Modigliani’s career is that so tortured a life could produce such a serene body of work. His art managed to bridge the stylistic chasm between classical Italian painting and avant-garde Modernism. 

Learn More

Through the Eyes of the Artist

“Through the Eyes of the Artist”

Presented by

Felicia Zavarella Stadelman

Join us in welcoming back this wonderful program opportunity!

With music and photographs we will journey into the lives and times of our most famous and beloved artists.

 

Amadeo Modigliani

One of the many ironies of Modigliani’s career is that so tortured a life could produce such a serene body of work. His art managed to bridge the stylistic chasm between classical Italian painting and avant-garde Modernism. 


May 22, 2017

Red Cross Blood Drive

May 22, 2017 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Mahan Cultural Arts Center Art Room

The Red Cross will be on our campus.

Every donation can save a life! You  can help make a difference.

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Red Cross Blood Drive

The Red Cross will be on our campus.

Every donation can save a life! You  can help make a difference.


June 20, 2017

Through the Eyes of the Artist

June 20, 2017 1:00 PM Austin Room at Osborne Plaza

“Through the Eyes of the Artist”

Presented by

Felicia Zavarella Stadelman

Join us in welcoming back this wonderful program opportunity!

With music and photographs, we will journey into the lives and times of our most famous and beloved artists.

Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt was a controversial figure in his time. His work was constantly criticized for being too sensual. Today, they stand out as a “visual symphony” and are regarded as the most important paintings ever to come out of Vienna.

Learn More

Through the Eyes of the Artist

“Through the Eyes of the Artist”

Presented by

Felicia Zavarella Stadelman

Join us in welcoming back this wonderful program opportunity!

With music and photographs, we will journey into the lives and times of our most famous and beloved artists.

Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt was a controversial figure in his time. His work was constantly criticized for being too sensual. Today, they stand out as a “visual symphony” and are regarded as the most important paintings ever to come out of Vienna.