Hanan Harchol: Jewish Food for Thought

Multi-media visual artist Hanan Harchol mines personal family psychodynamics. His art illuminates the complexity of ethical values in contemporary life. Highly charged conversations between the artist and his parents, depicted in animated videos and powerful, expressionist drawings, offer unexpected perspectives on the themes of envy, repentance, forgiveness, love and fear, humility, and faith.

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York

Opening Reception: October 3 at 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Program at 6:15 pm

Featuring the world premiere of two new animated videos by 
Hanan Harchol: “Humility” and “Faith”

Panel discussion with Artist Hanan Harchol, Art Historian Matthew Baigell, 
Scholar Joe Septimus, Psychologist Tali Kahana;
Moderated by Rabbi Leon Morris.

Location: One West Fourth Street (between Broadway and Mercer Street), Manhattan
Subway: R/W to 8th St./NYU; 6 to Astor Place; A/C/E/B/D/F/M to W. 4th St.
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pmFriday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm; Select Saturdays (2013: September 28October 5October 26November 16December 14; 2014: January 11January 25February 8March 8March 29April 12, April 26), 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Admission: FREE. Photo ID Required.
212-824-2298 • huc.edu/museums/ny

Presented with the support of The Covenant Foundation and
the Irma L. and Abram S. Croll Center for Jewish Learning and Culture,
with the support of George, z"l, and Mildred Weissman.

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