Thursday, March 21st, 2013
“EVERY museum is searching for this holy grail, this blending of technology and art,” said David Franklin, the director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, in a tour of a ground-floor gallery in which touch screens loaded with interactive features offer new ways of viewing painting and sculpture. In recent...
Author: Fred A. Bernstein
Thursday, March 14th, 2013
Expect imagination-fueled fun and gorgeous blooms in Big Spring, Cleveland Botanical Garden's multisensory salute to the season of renewal.
The garden's spring fling, happening Saturday, March 23, through Sunday, April 28, will appeal to families and people who love gardens. Not even spring showers can dampen the fun, because indoor as...
Author: Julie Washington
Monday, March 04th, 2013
Disrespectful as it may sound, the Cleveland Museum of Art’s big new exhibition on “The Last Days of Pompeii” is downright entertaining, sometimes outrageous and often loads of fun.
This may not seem like the appropriate response to a show packed with death and destruction. But what else can...
Author: Steven Litt
Monday, February 18th, 2013
Lisa Edgehouse burst into tears Saturday at the Western Reserve Historical Society research library. She had just found her mother's grandparents in census records -- names that she feared were lost in antiquity.
It was the kind of serendipity that the society encouraged because this is Family History Weekend there,...
Author: James Ewinger
Monday, January 28th, 2013
University Circle Interactive Cleveland (UCIC) is on a mission: to promote education and lifelong learning through the use of videoconferencing. Developed more than a decade ago through a National Endowment for the Arts grant as an educational videoconferencing initiative,
UCIC programming involves cultural institutions in and around Cleveland—from the Cleveland...
Author: Sandy Kreisman