Thursday, October 20, 2011
The City Club has stood as a citadel for free speech for 100 years, and for most of that time one painting has stood as testament of those ideals. On this episode of Applause, we look at artist Elmer Brown who was commissioned to create “Freedom of Speech.”
And we find out what brought the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts Rocco Landesman to town.
Plus, it’s moving day for the Western Reserve Historical Society. And the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage celebrates the art of Karamu.
Arts and Culture, History, Painting, Theatre