October 4, 11:00am-4:00pm, Cleveland Museum of Art Ames Family Atrium.
The Fourth Annual International Cleveland Community Day brings together groups and organizations throughout the area to share their international heritages through performance, music, and displays.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and International Due Diligence Seminar
October 6, 8:00am, Corporate College East, 4400 Richmond Rd. Warrensville Heights.
Experts in international law and investigative practices will provide an overview of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the international due diligence processes and bribery/corruption and information risks involved in doing business with foreign countries. Registration is required.
October 4, 2:00pm, Cleveland Museum of Art Gartner Auditorium
An ensemble featuring traditional Kyrgyz instruments performs songs from the oral tradition of Kyrgyz mountain music. Tickets are $33-$45.
Revenge of the Nerds and Other Dispatches from the Intellectual Property Wars
October 5, 4:30pm, Senior Classroom TVUC
Professor Susan Sell from The George Washington University will discuss the latest issues in the intellectual property war and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Oct 1, 6:45pm and Oct 2, 7:15pm, Cleveland Cinematheque
Jakob Simon, a blacksmith’s son in a fictional German village, struggles with poverty and injustice and considers emigrating to Brazil. Tickets for students are $7.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
October 2, 7:30pm, Eldred Theatre
One of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies is set in an enchanted forest and features Athenian lovers, fairies, and a group of amateur actors called “mechanicals.” Tickets for students are $5.
October 3, 7pm, Cleveland Cinematheque
This comic drama follows a rising Polish director who produces a classic play and clashes with the company’s aging star. Tickets for students are $7.
German Concentration Camps Factual Survey
October 4, 7pm, Cleveland Cinematheque
A film documenting the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp by British troops in April 1945. Tickets for students are $7.
Panorámicos Violins of Hope Educational Concert
October 6, 10am, WVIZ Westfield Insurance Studio Theater (1501 Euclid Ave.)
The mixed chamber music ensemble, Panorámicos, will perform. Guest speaker Mimi Ormond will discuss the Kindertransport from Czechoslovakia to England and Roman Framan will speak on his experience as a child survivor of a Nazi ghetto in German-occupied Poland. Contact email@example.com or216.916.6360 for reservations.
Latin America and the Caribbean
“Frontlines: Latinos & Immigration”
October 6, 4:30pm, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center Room 115
News correspondent and journalist Maria Hinojosa will be giving the Power and Diversity Lecture. Hinojosa’s reporting has focused on cultural and political issues and concerns in minority communities in America and abroad.
Welcome to Havana: A New Era in U.S.-Cuba Relations
October 6, 7:30pm, The Happy Dog, 5801 Detroit Ave.
Reverend Joan Broan Campbell, Eduardo Gonzalez, and Kent State Professor Anne B. Morrison discuss the implications of the diplomatic relations President Obama officially reestablished on July 20, 2015.