Monday, March 10, 2014
Today we share a conversation with acclaimed author and Oberlin graduate - Ishmael Beah - discussing his life as a child soldier in Sierra Leone captured in the pages of his memoir - A Long Way Gone - prior to an appearance next week for the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Plus, CWRU art historian Henry Adams opens his new book, Painting in Pure Color, Modern Art in Cleveland before the Armory Show 1908-1913. And we take a class at Happy Dog U with CWRU professor Heather Galloway, who discusses the WPA and public art in Cleveland.
Henry Adams, author of Painting in Pure Color, Modern Art in Cleveland before the Armory Show 1908-1913 speaks at The NOADA Art Expo 2014 Saturday, March 15 and Sunday, March 16 at 2pm.
Heather Galloway, Art Conservator at the Intermuseum Conservation Association, and professor at Case Western Reserve University, talks about the WPA and public art in Cleveland Tuesday, March 11 at 7:30pm at The Happy Dog, presented by Belt Magazine.
Arts and Culture, History, Literature, Painting
Ishmael Beah, author
Henry Adams, CWRU
Heather Galloway, CWRU
Ann Trubek, Belt Magazine
Sean Watterson, Happy Dog
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