Graduate students in the CMA-CWRU Joint Program in Art History and Museum Studies collaborated to organize the exhibition “Master/Apprentice: Imitation and Inspiration in the Renaissance,” on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art through Feb. 23, 2020.
“Imagine the possibilities,” Roe Green told more than 130 people Thursday night at the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center. The occasion was the official launch of Phase II of the ambitious project to transform the historic synagogue into a state-of-the-art space for the university’s programs in music, theater and dance.
A quartet, a quintet and two duos took the stage in the legendary Silver Hall, the centerpiece of the project’s Phase I. They offered classical music, jazz and a one-act play that lecturer Greg Vovos penned for the occasion. It is Green’s $10 million gift that made the...
In early October, 60 second-grade students from Noble Elementary School in Cleveland Heights visited students from Case Western Reserve University as part of a SAGES First Seminar course, Children’s Picture Book, led by Cara Byrne. For most of the elementary school students, it was the first time they stepped on a college campus.
The CWRU students have been exchanging letters with the elementary school students since August, helping the children improve their literacy and get more excited about books and reading. On this particular day at the Tinkham Veale University Center, the second-graders eagerly sorted through piles of books to...