Roundtable Discussion "Jewish Narrative Painting" with members of the Jewish Art Salon

Jacob at 13 - Joel Silverstein
Wednesday December 12, 7:30-8:15 PM 

Columbia / Barnard Kraft Center
606 West 115th Street, New York, NY, 10025.

Roundtable Discussion,  Jewish Narrative Painting with members of The Jewish Art Salon.

Presented by: the Columbia / Barnard Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life, and the Jewish Art Salon.
Preceded by the 
Opening Reception of Art Exhibit "Fractured Epics" by Joel Silverstein 
6:00-8:30 PM 

Some of the questions the panel will address: 

  • How does contemporary culture relate to Jewish Narrative?
  • How does the surreal and feminism enter into Jewish Narrative?
  • What aspects of Jewish culture and text are important to Contemporary Jewish Art?


Joel Silverstein, Exhibition Artist, Senior Curator/Founding Member
Elke Reva Sudin, Artist, Exec. Director of Jewish Art Now, Executive Member.
Yona VerwerArtist, President / Co-founder.
Eden Morris, Artist, Member.
Moderated by Richard McBeeArtist/Critic, Founding Member.

Exhibit curated by Yona Verwer, Kraft Center Curator-in-Residence, 2012-13. 
Article on the exhibit here.
More info & images "Fractured Epics" here.
Transportation: Train #1 to 116 St & Bway, walk down 1 block), take right on 115 St. Buses M4, M5, M104 to 116 St.

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