Dialogue and Discourse

Inspiring Contemporary Judaica


Thursday, April 19, 2018
6:30 – 8 pm
Scheuer Auditorium

The Lines of Distinction Lecture

Join Senior Curator Susan Braunstein and artists Amy Klein Reichert and Michele Oka Doner for a conversation on what has inspired and influenced the design of contemporary Judaica over the past few decades, and hear how two artists have approached the process of creating these ceremonial objects. Presented in conjunction with Scenes from the Collection.

The Lines of Distinction Lecture has been endowed by Barbara and Benjamin Zucker in memory of Lotty and Charles Zucker and by the late William W. Hallo, the late Susanne Hallo Kalem, and the late Ruth Hallo Landman, in memory of Dr. Gertrude Hallo.

Free with Museum Admission, RSVP Recommended

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Miriam Cup, Amy Klein Reichert, 1997. Purchase: Gift of Lorraine and Martin Beitler Foundation and Judaica Acquisitions Fund; Miriam Cup “Original Cup,” Michele Oka Doner, 2009. Jewish Museum Commission; Purchase: Gift of George and Mildred Weissman in memory of Sarah Stregack and Lillian Grossman.