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Plain Dealer Architecture Critic at Friday Public Affairs Discussion Group
University Circle Update, a conversation with Steven Litt of the Plain Dealer, is this Friday's Public Affairs Discussion Group. We've read and heard his comments and vision of the arts for twenty years or more, and this week's forum brings an opportunity for comments on development and the arts in our Circle neighborhood.
Whether it's new buildings in town, or ones under construction, University Circle also has a wealth of them, including announcements about new projects throughout the University Circle environs. Steven Litt brings his analysis of art, architecture, and urban life to this week's session. He is sure to engage the audience in related issues of accessibility as well as artistic plans like the pedestrian bridge, MOCA, and the Temple complex. Join us & hear his viewpoint on what the vision may bring to our work-lives here, plus his own commentary, vision, and questions about plans for the future development of University Circle. Make your plans to attend!
Sponsored by the Center for Policy Studies, this discussion is held in the 2nd floor Dampeer Room 12:30 pm - 1: 30 pm. Visitors are welcome to take advantage of beverages & food items at the main floor Cramelot cafe in the library & bring them to the discussion.
The KSL location map also indicates an underground parking garage for visitors (fee), and nearby metered street parking, as available.
Dec. 9: Last Discussion Group of 2011
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