A Moveable Feast, Events
“A Moveable Feast of Israeli Arts and Culture" includes a broad range of Israel-related programs taking place during the run of the Visions of Place exhibition. Many events occurred in the fall of 2015 throughout the greater Philadelphia, S. Jersey, Delaware and Baltimore regions while the exhibition was at the Stedman Gallery, Rutgers—Camden. During the spring of 2016, there are a number of programs taking place in the Baltimore region while the exhibition is at Towson University.- VIEWING MOVEABLE FEAST EVENTS -
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» February 20, 2016, 8:00pm | DANCE PERFORMANCE: ZviDance in DABKE. The bold artistic direction of Israeli-born choreographer Zvi Gotheiner enlightens audiences with its liquid movement, diversity of ensembles and Middle Eastern communal themes. DABKE, inspired by Zvi’s childhood on a kibbutz, energetically combines rich Israeli and Arabic folk dance. Saturday, February 20, 2016, 8:00pm, The Gordon Center for the Performing Arts, Owings Mills, MD. | Click here.
GOUCHER COLLEGE, WINTER 2016
» January 26—April 3, 2016 | EXHIBITION: Naomi Safran-Hon: House Without Home. Co-curators: Laura Amussen, Executive Director and Curator, Goucher College, Silber and Rosenberg Art Galleries and J. Susan Isaacs, Professor of Art History and Curator of the Holtzman MFA and Center for the Arts Galleries, Towson University. Naomi Safran-Hon grew up in Haifa, Israel. In this body of work she investigates her relationship to Israel and its on-going conflict, revealing the fragility of the human experience. Silber Art Gallery, Sandy J. Unger Athenaeum, Goucher College, Towson, MD. Gallery Hours: 11am to 4pm, Tuesday-Sunday. Closed during Spring Break, March 14-20. Free and open to the public.
» February 3, 2016, 6 p.m.| LECTURE AND RECEPTION: Artist Naomi Safran-Hon, whose work is also in the Visions of Place exhibition at Towson University. Hyman Forum, in the Sandy J. Unger Athenaeum, Goucher College. Artist reception immediately follows from 7-9pm. Co-sponsored by Goucher College and Towson University. Free and open to the public.
Jordan Faye Contemporary 2016
» February 12 — March 20, 2016 | EXHIBITION: TOWSON UNIVERSITY PRESENTS: Dorit Feldman: Reflective Geophilosophy at Jordan Faye Contemporary, 218 W Saratoga Street, Top floor, Baltimore, Maryland. The works in this exhibition were created by Israeli artist Dorit Feldman. Feldman is a native and current resident of Tel Aviv. As a conceptual artist, her works emphasize the construction of unity from multiplicity. Feldman has presented 30 solo exhibitions and participated in hundreds of group exhibitions in leading galleries and museums throughout Israel, Europe, and the U.S. and her work is in a number of public collections. Free and open to the public. | Click here.