Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs for a compelling presentation that goes beyond the headlines to explore issues related to tolerance and coexistence on the part of Muslims towards Jews and Judaism, and Jews towards Muslims and Islam.
Music of the Soul with Eddi Shraybman on Violin, Master of Pan Flute Konstantin Moskovich,Cantor David Presler and Michael Bendoym on Piano. The quartet will play lively Klezmer and Russian inspired holiday music.
Professors Renata Stih & Frieder Schnock, Beuth University of Technology in Berlin, “Art and Memory in Berlin.” Part of the FIU Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program / Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs.
October 3, 2018 - February 3, 2019
Daniel Chimowitz is an internationally renowned artist and fashion designer. He creates walking canvases of painted images on hand-sewn as well as up-cycled clothing, essentially combining fine art with the excitement of the fashion industry. Chimowitz has shown his designs in Paris, London, Beijing, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Miami and worked with famed designer Patricia Field. In his textiles, colors are combined with the punk DIY fashion of London, studs from Spain and simplistic triangles and circles of the Tlingit. There is no single focal point on his textiles, the fabric is woven with a story for the reader to get lost within.
November 7, 2018- March 3, 2019
The scope of the exhibit explores the history of the lithography process, taking the visitor from lithography stones to off-set and computer-to-plate printing. The exhibition features prints from Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Jim Dine, Don Eddy, R.B. Kitaj, Lee Krasner, Roy Lichtenstein, and Camille Pissarro to name a few. The prints are striking lithographs that are not only excellent examples of the process but exciting pieces by historically important and diverse artists as well. Visitors will be able to view actual litho stones and see the extraordinary step-by-step process of what it takes to make a lithograph.
October 13, 2018 - December, 2018
A retrospective of the late artist Edna Glaubman (1919-1986). Her subjects varied widely and included landscapes, portraits, horses, nudes, social gatherings, and intimate family moments. This exhibit will inspire a new generation of art lovers who will appreciate the timeless quality of the art and recognize that Glaubman’s techniques and ideas are as fresh and exciting today as they were when she created them.
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