THURSDAY, APRIL 11 5:30PM | SKIRBALL MUSEUM
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
3101 Clifton Avenue 45220
In conjunction with the opening of the exhibition
"HANGING FIGURES” BY STEWART GOLDMAN
Exhibition runs through June 2, 2019
Art in response to the Holocaust has featured various perspectives: that of the survivor-artist, the second-generation artist, and the empathizer. This generational approach has allowed the viewer to see how various artists handled the subject matter based on their relationship to the Holocaust.
The talk will explore the various generational responses including this body of work by Stewart Goldman, who has created several cycles of artwork in response to the Holocaust as an empathizer. Mr. Goldman will be present to deliver introductory remarks. Light reception to follow.
SPEAKER: Jodi Elowitz, HHC Director of Education & Engagement
RSVP: Jenny Mendelson, 513.487.3098 or firstname.lastname@example.org