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Visiting Artist: Anne H. Berry

Anne H. Berry is a writer, designer, and associate professor in the Department of Art and Design at Cleveland State University. Her research focuses on race and representation and ethnic and racial disparities within the field of graphic design.

The City Without Jews: Film Screening with Live Music

Set in the Vienna-like city of Utopia, H. K. Breslauer’s 1924 silent film “The City Without Jews (Die Stadt ohne Juden),” based on Hugo Bettauer’s 1922 satirical novel, follows the political and personal consequences of an anti-Semitic law expelling the city’s Jews.

Geller Jazz Series: SUBA Trio — Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita, featuring Gustavo Ovalles

A unique fusion, SUBA is a collaboration of Cuban-born jazz piano virtuoso Omar Sosa and Senegalese kora (21-string harp lute) master Seckou Keita that brilliantly embraces jazz, Latin and African influences, and reflects the close and compassionate listening of artists engaged in a captivating musical conversation.

Geller Jazz Series: Omar Sosa’s 88 Well-Tuned Drums Screening

“Omar Sosa’s 88 Well-Tuned Drums,” is a new feature-length documentary on the life and music of Cuban-born pianist and composer, Omar Sosa. This screening will be followed with a Q&A session with filmmaker and Clark Professo Soren Sorensen and Sosa as well as Senegalese kora master Seckou Keita, and manager Scott Price.

Kwame Anthony Appiah, ‘The Ethicist’ for The New York Times Magazine, presents ‘Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers’

Clark University, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing Street, Worcester, MA

Kwame Anthony Appiah, "The Ethicist" for New York Times Magazine, discusses a new approach to living a moral life in the modern age on Thursday, April 20 at 7 P.M. at Razzo Hall on the Clark University campus.

Sponsored by: Higgins School of Humanities