Amanda Lundquist, artist and 2013-2014 Yiddish Book Center fellow, speaks about the current place of Yiddish in academia, Hasidic communities, and enthusiastic Jewish youth. She discusses her optimism about the future of the language.
Amanda Lundquist, artist and 2013-2014 Yiddish Book Center fellow, shares her thoughts about the role that film can play in Jewish life. For Amanda, not only does film offer reflection on individual and collective identities but also has the potential to mediate a "mystical experience of everyday emotion."
Thursday, April 30 at 8pm in the Bezanson Recital Hall General Admission: $12; Students: $7 “Violinist-composer Jason Kao Hwang, has brought a vast array of sonic wonders to his latest genre-straddling work, Burning Bridge,” writes The Washington Post. “Hwang has … Continue reading →
With the Hogshead Horns and Creme Tangerine StringsSaturday, April 25, 8 p.m., Fine Arts Center Concert Hall Performing “Abbey Road” and more! $60, $55, $20; Five College, GCC and 17 & under $20, $15, $10$75 non-disounted ticket includes premium seating and Meet … Continue reading →
With Linda Muehlig, organizer of the exhibition and associate director for curatorial affairs
This exhibition is the first to concentrate on the work of German artist Mary Bauermeister (born 1934) during the decade she lived and worked in the United States from 1962 to 1972. Inspired by five works in SCMA's collection, and featuring loans from private and public east coast collections, the show highlights Bauermeister's signature optical lens boxes, assemblages, stone reliefs, drawings, and other works.