The Jewish Journal Covers Our Triple Art Opening
The Jewish Journal covers our recent Triple Art Opening, presented by The Dortort Center for Creativity in the Arts and Hillel at UCLA:
"At locations throughout Hillel’s Dortort Center for Creativity in the Arts, guests experience the metaphysical landscapes of Judith Liebe, scenes of Eastern European life from the camera of Yale Strom, and Ann Krasner’s depictions of visionary Jewish artists of Russian descent who changed the world.
The Triple Art Exhibition is not a theme exhibition, but the common denominator between these very different artists is not difficult to pinpoint, according to Hillel’s artistic director Perla Karney, who, with this exhibition, has displayed the works of 85 professional artists and hung more than 600 pieces of art by students in 12 years.
'All three of them have gone on a Jewish journey as artists,' said Karney, who followed the careers of the three artists and subsequently recruited them to display at Hillel. 'They explore the Jewish identity, which is reflected in their art.'"
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And come visit our building (M-F 10am-5pm) to see the art on view through December.