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    Pangea - traditional African percussion ensemblePangea will perform Bewaa (recreational), Bine (funeral), and Bagr Bine (sacred) music of the Dagara people, ritual drumming of the Ewe People, recreational drumming of the Ga people, and ceremonial music of the Baganda people. Please join us at 3pm on Saturday, February 23rd, 2008 in the Fine Arts Department!

    Pangea was founded in the Spring of 2006 by Tom Roblee and Matt Jacklin as a traditional African music ensemble with the goal of performing and educating audiences. The ensemble is primarily dedicated...

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    Viktor SchreckengostViktor Schreckengost, a Cleveland artist, teacher and industrial designer who transformed America through his own work and that of the generations of students he taught at the Cleveland Institute of Art, died January 26, 2008. He was 101. Learn more about him through the following link. Visit the Special Collections Department to explore the artist's clipping files which hold many rare items relating to his work and exhibits throughout his years in Cleveland. For other books...

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    By Michael Dalby on

    Pangea - traditional African percussion ensemblePangea will perform Bewaa (recreational), Bine (funeral), and Bagr Bine (sacred) music of the Dagara people, ritual drumming of the Ewe People, recreational drumming of the Ga people, and ceremonial music of the Baganda people. Please join us at 3pm on Saturday, February 23rd, 2008 in the Fine Arts Department!

    Pangea was founded in the Spring of 2006 by Tom Roblee and Matt Jacklin as a traditional African music ensemble with the goal of performing and educating audiences. The ensemble is primarily dedicated...

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    By Michael Dalby on

    Viktor SchreckengostViktor Schreckengost, a Cleveland artist, teacher and industrial designer who transformed America through his own work and that of the generations of students he taught at the Cleveland Institute of Art, died January 26, 2008. He was 101. Learn more about him through the following link. Visit the Special Collections Department to explore the artist's clipping files which hold many rare items relating to his work and exhibits throughout his years in Cleveland. For other books...

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