Nor do I know why they treat the Museum guard so badly... The Museum also had a current exhibition, A History of Contraception. Parents! Keep your kids on the path of righteousness, and away from sexual thoughts: a visit to the Late Medieval Methods of Contraception will probably put them off for life.
My favorite image of the Museum shows early modern ideas of germs, microbes, microscopic diseases. A Gullivar-like character panics while being assailed by an army of miniature monsters. Death is blowing something into the poor guy's ear with a set of bellows -- stoking his fever, perhaps. And at the front of the engraving, that well-known miniature monster, Napolean, leads a bunch of baddies along, an infectious grin on his face.
Later on in the early evening I went on an art walk... and saw some delightful Ukrainian eggs.
At Cleveland State University... hydroponically-grown lettuce, clearly in the lap of lettuce luxury.