THIS EVENT IS AT CAPACITY. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
Join us for this unique and rare opportunity to spend the day examining local treasures in art with expert art historian, Amy Herman; graffiti artist Serge Touissant; and Dr. Wilma Siegel, retired physician and artist. Led by Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Mates and Cantor Lori Brock.
Amy, well-known for her Ted Talk on Perspective and Art with nearly a million views, will be with us for the day as we start at the Rubell Museum, one of the biggest private contemporary art collections in the world. After that we will visit the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach, tour the memorial and meet graffiti artist Serge Touissant to examine the concept of Exodus and Refugee. Finally, we will conclude our journey with the “Hope, Resilience and Remembrance” exhibit at the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center in Dania Beach, Fl. Artist Dr. Wilma Bulkin Siegel will guide us through her paintings of Holocaust survivors.
This promises to be a unique and powerful day.
$72 per person. Open to Temple Beth El members only. Includes round-trip bus transportation, breakfast, lunch, and all admissions. Bus leaves from Schaefer Family Campus.
Cosponsored by Friends of Music and Arts, Sisterhood, and Brotherhood. This day is supported by Project Nuremberg. Temple Beth El’s Project Nuremberg, underwritten by Jay and Marilyn Weinberg, provides programming that explores the Holocaust, Law and Ethics.