Premiere community screening of "Cleveland: Confronting Decline in an American City"

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 12/11/2006 - 10:43.
12/11/2006 - 18:00
12/11/2006 - 20:45

The premiere community screening of Cleveland: Confronting Decline in an American City, the latest documentary in the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s “Making Sense of Place” film series. This event is in conjunction with University Circle Inc., Cleveland Homebuilders Association and Cleveland Neighborhood Development Coalition.

Where:Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1 Wade Oval Dr, Cleveland, Oh 44106 (in
University Circle)

When:Monday December 11, 2006
6:00p.m.- 6:45p.m.- Reception in museum lobby
6:45p.m.- 7:00p.m.- Welcome and Introductions
7:00p.m.- 8:00p.m.- Film
8:00p.m.- 8:45p.m.- Panel discussion moderated by WVIZ’s Rick Jackson

Who: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Kathryn J. Lincoln, chair, board of directors
Gregory K. Ingram, president

Tom Bier, Cleveland State University
Armando Carbonell, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Vicki Johnson, Renaissance Development Corporation
Hilary Taylor, Resident of Hough
Chris Ronayne, University Circle Inc.

Over 200 community leaders, public officials and citizens from across the region. RSVP required: 216-791-3900 or email info [at] universitycircle [dot] org

Why: Cleveland: Confronting Decline in an American City (Northern Light Productions/Boston) is part of an effort by the Lincoln Institute to examine issues critical to the nation’s cities, and to reach a broader constituency of people who care about their communities. The first film in the series was on Phoenix; the next film will be on another major metropolitan area, such as Portland. The film is available for screening around Greater Cleveland, in the hope that discussion about the future of Cleveland will be prompted after the closing credits roll.

For more information:


Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1 Wade Oval Drive University Circle
Cleveland, OH
United States