Susan Kane, Professor of Classical Archaeology at Oberlin, has been invited to attend meetings in Tripoli the week of October 25th to advise the Libyan government about substantial investments that are being proposed for the five UNESCO World Heritage sites in Libya. Susan Kane has worked on many archaeological excavations in Libya including the “Terracotta Army”; found during excavation of Greek and Roman ruins of Shahhat in Libya.
Daily Archives: October 26, 2009
“All You Can Eat: A Buffet of Architectural Ideas for Cleveland” is an exhibition at the Cleveland Sculpture Center which will be accompanied by a panel discussion by Cleveland-area architects, designers and researchers. “All You Can Eat” will focus on new ideas for the use of vacant lots in the Cleveland Area. The show’s organizers hope that the exhibition and surrounding events will generate interest and motivation towards not just building, but creating a forum for how to better use these spaces.
The show opens this Friday the 30th from 5-10 with an actual buffet of delicious food and music. There will also be a second event on Saturday from noon to 5pm with a panel discussion starting at 3. The panel discussion includes Oberlin’s own Luce Visiting Professor of Emerging Media Julia Christiansen. The panel moderator is the designer, critic and “All You Can Eat” organizer Michael Abrahamson. You can find out more about the exhibition here.