Category Robin Atlas

Visual Midrash: Plagues & Visions

Art exhibition by Robin Atlas and Nancy Current Opening Reception April 7, 2016, 7-9 pm Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery 950 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, Canada   Artists Statement: The ten plagues are generally understood to be God’s wrath visited on Egypt through progressively more horrific calamities, ultimately causing Pharaoh to release the Jewish people […]

Tackling Hate Speech With Textiles: Robin Atlas in New York for Tu B’Shvat

Zeek Magazine features an article by Patricia Eszter Margit talking with Robin Atlas about her Jewish Art Salon exhibit Lashon Hara at the Anne Frank Center USA: “Lashon hara,” Seattle-based artist Robin Atlas tells me, “is a universal issue that goes way beyond the personal level, even the laws of Judaism. The whole world could be changed […]

LASHON HARA: On the Consequences of Hate Speech

An exhibition by Robin Atlas at The Anne Frank Center USA. Presented in conjunction with the Jewish Art Salon. December 3-February 27, 2015. Tue-Sat 10-5. Opening Reception Wednesday December 3, 6-8 pm. Anne Frank Center USA, 44 Park Place, New York, NY 10007. Tel: 212-431-7993. The exhibit will be accompanied by a series of workshops, discussions and […]

GROW YOUR OWN POEM

A horticultural/poetry workshop for families with artist Robin Atlas At the Anne Frank Center USA Saturday January 31 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Adults $8 and seniors/students $5. $20 for a family ticket (consisting of 2 adults and 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children). Space limited. Reservations recommended. Anne Frank Center USA 44 […]

TU B’SHVAT at the Museum at Eldridge Street

WinterGreen Festival: A Tu B’Shvat Celebration  Poetry Workshop 12 Eldridge Street between Canal St. and Division St. Sunday February 1 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm For more information visit www.eldridgestreet.org As part of her exhibit, Lashon Hara: On the Consequences of Hate Speech, textile artist Robin Atlas will offer a cut-up poetry workshop for young people […]

Anne Frank and her disciples

By Gloria Kestenbaum, January 16, 2014 With apologies to Nathan Englander, what should we look at when we look at Anne Frank?  Faith & Form, the new exhibit at The Anne Frank Center USA provides some answers.  Aligned with the Center’s mission of using the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as tools to educate about the dangers of racism, anti-Semitism […]

FAITH and FORM – Addressing Intolerance and Anti-semitism

The Anne Frank Center USA Announces Faith & Form, a new exhibit with the Jewish Art Salon. “Responding to the mission of the Anne Frank Center USA, The exhibit features Jewish Art Salon artists from North America, Israel and Europe whose work addresses themes of intolerance, identity, anti-semitism, racism, and discrimination,” explains Yvonne Simons, executive director […]

IMAGERY AFTER ABSTRACTION

The Jewish Art Salon and the Kraft Center present:  Imagery After Abstraction: Filling the Void Panel Discussion In conjunction with “Into the Void: Digital Images, Paintings, Video  1984 – present”, exhibition by Cynthia Beth Rubin Tuesday, February 12, 2013   6:00-7:30 PM – Reception. 7:30-8:15 PM – Discussion   In explorations of imagery drawn from influences as diverse as […]