Tychman Shapiro Gallery

Winter Season



[RE]TELLING

**New Date**
April 14 – June 1

As part of HOLOCAUST ART, NARRATIVES AND CONTEMPORARY RESPONSE -
A Series of Exhibitions & Events

Featuring select works from the University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies’ (CHGS) permanent collection of survivor Fritz Hirschberger’s Sur-Rational series expressing life under Nazi rule. Hirschberger paintings and narratives are paired with contemporary works by local artists who deal closely with related matters.

Artists include: Sandra Brick, Eva Cohen, David Feinberg, Dr. Robert Fisch, Pamela Gaard, Judith Brin Ingber, Howard Oransky, Rowan Pope, David Sherman, J. Wren Supak, Susan Weinberg

RELATED EVENTS

Artist Reception:
April 19, 2017 at 6:00 PM

On concurrent display:

SIX CHAIRS - JCC Shared Walls

A collaboration between Rowan Pope and Breck School in Golden Valley to create an illustrated teen’s book, Six Chairs: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story.


CALL & RESPONSE
April 7 – June 1
The Eiger Zaidenweber Holocaust
Location: Sabes JCC Upper Level Resource Center

Student artwork by teens and visitor response.


WIESENTHAL: AN ORDINARY MAN WHO DID EXTRAORDINARY THINGS
April 25 – 30
Location: Illusion Theater

The riveting story of Simon Weinsenthal.

Presented by the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Minnesota and the Dakotas.

For tickets: 612-339-4944 or log onto www.illusiontheater.org.


YAD VASHEM: BEYOND THE MUSEUM
Wednesday, April 26
Location: Influx Room, Rarig Center University of Minnesota

Virtual tour and talk by Yehudit Shendar

To register: CLICK HERE.


THE WITNESS THEATER PROJECT
Sunday, April 30 at 2 PM;
Wednesday, May 3 at 7 PM;
Thursday, May 4 at 7 PM
Location: Sabes JCC Theater

The Witness Theater Project brings Jewish teens together with Holocaust survivors to create a performance based on the experience and life-long impact of surviving the Holocaust. Since November, participants have been sharing real-life stories in an effort to frame Jewish identity, community and responsibility while passing on their memories of survival. Focusing on sharing individual histories and applying those lessons to our future, the ensemble of survivors and students work and play together to create a performance that will honor everyone’s story. Ages 12+.

TICKETS: $10 Advance; $15 Same Day. Group discounts available.
BOX OFFICE: sabesjcc.org or (952) 381-3499

This program is a partnership between Yachad, Sabes JCC, Legacy Heritage Fund, Tolerance Minnesota of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota & the Dakotas, and the Joint Distribution Committee Eshel Program.