Do you like our art museum? Become a member: Strengths
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio – There really is no other place in the world like the Cleveland Museum of Art. We who live in Greater Cleveland need to appreciate what we have in our own backyards. The best way to do this is to become a member.
Did you know that being a member of the art museum gives you more than free tickets to special exhibitions? There are many other wonderful benefits:
– Invitations to events and previews reserved for members
– Priority registration for workshops and discounts on public programs
– Half-price parking
– Discounts at the Provenance Café and at the museum shop (my favorite!)
– free tickets to special exhibitions for all children 17 and under
– Four issues per year of Cleveland Art, the museum’s member magazine
Register now for free access to four new upcoming paid exhibitions:
– Imagine motherhood now, open until March 13, 2022
– Revealing Krishna: Journey to the Sacred Mountain of Cambodia, November 14 to January 30, 2022
– Alberto Giacometti: Towards the ultimate figure, from March 12 to June 12, 2022
– New Black Vanguard, from May 8 to September 11, 2022
Membership in the CMA is a gift that makes great art free for everyone. Your contribution demonstrates the pride of one of the premier cultural institutions in Cleveland and the world.
Membership levels include:
– Friend – One year $ 65, two years $ 125
– Partner – One year $ 90, two years $ 175
– Ambassador – One year $ 140, two years $ 275
Visit www.clevelandart.org to become a member and for more information on the incredible treasures of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Volunteer opportunities: Many people were unable to volunteer during the COVID-19 pandemic and felt they could not volunteer their time when it was needed most. Now that many volunteer opportunities have returned (most of them masked or vaccinated), organizations such as Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care in Cleveland are looking for positive, energetic and compassionate volunteers.
Carrefour volunteers play an important role in providing direct comfort, companionship and a helping hand to terminally ill patients and their families at home, in assisted living facilities and care facilities.
Whether it is running errands for a patient, sharing their favorite activities or simply providing them with company, the role of a Carrefour volunteer is both necessary and rewarding. It’s a chance to bring your interests and talents to the fore and share them with others.
Never volunteered before? No problem. All new volunteers benefit from broad support, including a training program and regular feedback. A Carrefour volunteer manager always accompanies a volunteer on each patient’s first visit.
“Our volunteers have the ability to make patients happy in so many different ways,” says Pamela Richey McClain. “Being a friendly voice or taking the time to listen to a patient’s favorite music or read a book makes all the difference. It is a very rewarding job. “
Not all volunteer positions at Carrefour require interaction with patients and their families. Many volunteer administrative tasks in the office are also available.
Volunteers can be up to 16 years old. Students are welcome to apply. According to Richey McClain, “High school and college students gain valuable healthcare experience as Carrefour volunteers.
“And although Crossroads has five offices throughout the Ohio area, hospice and hospice care is administered wherever a patient calls home. Volunteers are needed throughout the Cleveland area, including Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula, Trumbull and Erie.
For more information on volunteering at Crossroads, contact Richey McClain at 216-654-9300 or visit crossroadshospice.com/volunteering.
Caregiver program: In recognition of November as National Family Caregiver Month and as part of its ongoing efforts to prevent caregiver burnout by equipping caregivers with the self-care skills they need, Courage to Caregivers will host a virtual presentation for caregivers. family carers and professionals who support people with mental disorders. sickness.
The interactive program, “Preventing Caregiver Burnout by Illuminating Hope,” will consist of two components: a guided breathing meditation as an embodied experience focused on hope, and a presentation covering evidence-based research and science. evidence that helps to find hope and build resilience.
Meditation and presentation will be offered to support caregivers in their efforts to give hope and resilience to themselves and their families. It is hoped that participants will feel more grounded, supported and more comfortable after discovering new tools that they can integrate for themselves and their family members.
The virtual event will take place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on November 18 on Zoom. Zoom information will be emailed to you prior to the event. Registration is available on Eventbrite, at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preventing-caregiver-burnout-by-illuminating-hope-tickets-176629291967.
The presentation is free and open to family and professional caregivers caring for someone living with mental illness.
“Courage to Caregivers provides education, support and empowerment to prevent caregiver burnout because when you take better care of yourself, you provide better care for others,” said Kristi Horner, Executive Director of Courage to Caregivers.
“We want to help professional and family caregivers develop the knowledge and life skills they need to build stronger coping strategies and greater resilience so they can continue doing whatever they do. .
Live theater: “Into the Woods” is presented by Baldwin Wallace Music Theater at the Mainstage Theater at the Kleist Center for Art & Drama. This is a co-production with the musical theater program of the BW Conservatory of Music and the Department of Theater and Dance.
Music and lyrics are by Stephen Sondheim. The book is by James Lapine, and the show is directed by Victoria Bussert.
“Into the Woods” follows a baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the king’s feast; and Jack, who wants his cow to give milk. When the baker and his wife learn that they cannot have children due to a witch’s curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone’s wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions come back to haunt them later with disastrous results.
For more ticket information and full details, including cast and creative team, visit https://bwmt.bw.edu/performances/into-the-woods.
The curtain is at 7:30 p.m. from November 10 to 13 and from November 17 to 20 and at 2 p.m. on November 14 and 21. Tickets are $ 15 to $ 30. The Theater of Kleist Center for Art & Drama is located at 275 Eastland Road, Berea. For more information, call 440-826-2900.
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