Finding Home: Shine the Light – A Glass Art Exhibition
The JCC is proud to participate in this multi-arts event to shine the light on refugee displacement and the challenges of finding home. The glass exhibition and sale will include works by internationally renowned glass artists, including a featured piece (not for sale) called Todesmarche Revisisted by Laura Donefer. Todesmarche Revisited honors those who perished and were displaced during the Holocaust. The exhibition is free and open to all.
Exhibition Dates and Hours
|Thursday, March 23||6-8:30pm|
|Friday, March 24||12-4pm|
|Saturday, March 25||12-4pm|
|Sunday, March 26||12-4pm|
|Monday, March 27||closed|
|Tuesday, March 28||12-4pm, 7-9pm|
|Wednesday, March 29||12-4pm, 7-9pm|
|Thursday, March 30||12-4pm, 7-9pm|
|Friday, March 31||12-4pm|
|Saturday, April 1||12-4pm|
Opening Night Presentation by Artist Laura Donefer
Thursday, March 23
Patron Viewing, 5-6pm
General Opening, 6-8:30pm
Artist Talk, 6:15pm
An opening night talk and conversation with Todesmarche Revisited artist Laura Donefer.
Take Me to Jermany by Photographer Charlotte Schmitz
Wednesday, March 29
Artist Talk and Panel Discussion, 7:30pm
Take Me to Jermany is an Outdoor Photographic Installation shining the light on the current refugee displacement crises. The exhibition and talk are located at Nazareth College.
Finding Home: Journeys of Survival
Thursday, March 30, 7:30pm
Nazareth College Linehan Chapel
A multi-media/ live actors presentational look into DEEP Arts musical Moses Man: Finding Home, a Holocaust survivor’s 9-year-journey to find home, and how its story is now developing to collide with contemporary refugees. “Never again” truly “never ends...”
Conversation with Moses Man creators Deborah Haber, Casey Filiaci, and Documentary Filmmaker Dave Marshall to follow.
Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester
Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester
The New York State Council on the Arts
The Sands Family Foundation
For more information, contact Joy Getnick at x239.