Andi Arnovitz, whose work reflects tensions that exist within religion, gender studies and politics. Above you can see a close-up and full shot of one of her pieces that will be in the show. This is focused on the marginalization of alternative voices in our tradition and a vision of an alternate reality with a broader inclusion model.
"Sacred Words, Sacred Texts" – a first-time collaboration between three big Jewish Los Angeles institutions: Hebrew Union College, USC Hillel, and American Jewish University. The group show will be spread out over these three venues, with work from Jewish artists around the world working in many different media. I will have a dozen pieces included in the show, most on loan from private collections.
I'll provide more detail coming up, as well as photos of more works – but in the meantime if you're going to be in L.A. on Sunday, October 13, please join me for the public reception. It starts at HUC at 2 pm and then proceeds to USC Hillel, accompanied on the way by a marching band. There will be a dessert reception at the Hillel, and the event ends at 5 pm.