Jewish Art Now presents Breath/Breadth Group Exhibition at Brooklyn College Hillel

8 Feb

Breath-Breadth Exhibition Invitev4


Presented by the Brooklyn College Hillel and Jewish Art Now.
Curated by Maria Rand

March 7-May 13, 2013

Opening Reception
March 7, 2013

Gallery hours:
Mon-Thur 10am-7pm, Fridays 10am-2pm

Brooklyn College Hillel
2901 Campus Rd.,
Brooklyn, NY 11210

Jewish Art Now and the Brooklyn College Hillel are proud to present a group exhibition of emerging & established Jewish artists with interactive programs, food, and video art on display. This is the first exhibition in the Hillel and is intended to bring creativity and dialogue into this large community space.

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7pm doors open
8pm Performances by Open Tent Theater Company
9pm Interactive Digital Art Performance by Paige Dansinger

Video Art by Cynthia Beth Rubin, David Asher Brook (Australia), & Dov Lederberg (Israel)

On the table: Hand crafted works by Alexsey Aronov and ook-fashion (imported from Germany)

Featured Artists on the wall:

Featured Artists:

Amos Plaut (Germany)
Ariel Burger
Chana Rosenberg (Israel)
David Orlansky
Dikla Stern (Germany)
Dina Dee
Esther Pam Zibell
Joel Silverstein
Mordechai Hanover
Musya Herzog
Noaj Sauer (Argentina)
Natalia Kadish
Peter Barelkowski
Sara Schraeter
Shais Rison
Ryan Fitzgerald
Solomon Siegel
Yaakov Bressler
Yitzchok Moully
Yona Verwer

Open Tent Theater Company is a melting pot of theater artists dedicated to creating high-quality theater experiences in Uptown Manhattan and beyond. We strive to build an inclusive space for diverse performances of works old and new. Open Tent is committed to engaging all individuals who are enthusiastic about the performing arts, providing a home for creative expression and thought-provoking artistic experiences. Contact: Giselle D’Souza

Paige Dansinger is a fine artist and art historian who uses social media to teach art history through the ipad app #DrawArt she helped create. Paige uses #DrawArt to recreate famous art from museums on her mobile phone and was used to create works included in the Gutai: Splendid Pleasure, Card Box, at the Guggenheim (Feb-May, 2013), as well as highlighted recently in ARTnews Magazine as an “Artist to Follow on Instagram”.

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