The Jewish Art Salon is proud to participate in this unique event; our Advisor Dr. Aaron Rosen is the co-curator, and Siona Benjamin is a featured artist.
Join us Sunday February 18 at 9:30 AM.
People of all faiths and spiritualities are invited on a creative and contemplative journey through Manhattan to consider injustice across the human experience.
Stations of the Cross presents a pilgrimage comprised of 14 art stations, from the Cloisters to the 9/11 Memorial. Each location presents a new work of art or adds a fresh perspective to an existing memorial.
February 14 – April 1, 2018
Curated by Dr. Aaron Rosen and the Rev. Dr. Catriona Laing.
Join the Jewish Art Salon SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH
Inter Faith Discussion with Artists
9:30 – 10:30 a.m – The Riverside Church, Christ Chapel.
490 Riverside Drive (121 Street), New York, NY 10027
Join moderator Dr. Carolyn Rosen and Panelists Siona Benjamin (Jewish artist from India, whose work is exhibited at Station 5, the Riverside Church) and Dua Abbas (Muslim artist from Pakistan, Station 4, St John the Divine) for an inter-faith discussion focused on how to visualize women’s experience of migration, hosted by Rev. Ellen Robison.
Yona Verwer, Director and co-founder of the Jewish Art Salon, will introduce JAS’ Founding Member Siona Benjamin.
The panel discussion is sponsored by The Riverside Church, Stations of the Cross Exhibit and the Jewish Art Salon.
More information is available here.
Photos of the event can be seen here.
Siona Benjamin’s statement about her work in the exhibition:
About the Stations of the Cross exhibition:
Stations of the Cross weaves through religious as well as secular spaces, from The Cloisters museum to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to the 9/11 Memorial. Instead of easy answers, Stations aim to provoke the passions: artistically, spiritually, and ethically.
It encourages visitors of all faiths and none to take this journey using the custom app, Alight, which offers maps and podcasts from leading artists and thinkers to guide users on their way.
Stations of the Cross has travelled across the world raising awareness for those in need of refuge. It began in London in 2016, with stops including the National Gallery, the Tower of London, and St. Paul’s Cathedral. In 2017, it was held in Washington, D.C., with stops at the National Cathedral, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and adjacent to the Supreme Court.
All events can be viewed at http://www.artstations.org/art/
Opening times vary for each destination—please consult individual websites.