Thursday, November 10, 2022
5 – 7 pm EST
Zoom, Virtual Program
This program has been canceled and registration is closed. If you would like to receive advance notification about future programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a virtual workshop that explores the exhibition New York: 1962-1964 on view at the Jewish Museum through January 8, 2023. The exhibition examines how artists living in the city, such as Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Nevelson, and Faith Ringgold, responded to their rapidly changing world. Hear Kristina Parsons, Leon Levy Assistant Curator, discuss how works created amidst epoch-changing events such as the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962), March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963), and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1963) fundamentally altered the artistic, social, political landscape of New York City and the nation at large. Following the presentation, engage in close looking at works of art in the exhibition with a Jewish Museum educator.
Educators in the New York area may also join us on Nov 16, 2022 for an in-person tour of the exhibition with a Jewish Museum educator.
Program fee: $10
New York State Educators may receive 2 CTLE hours.
A limited number of spaces are available for teachers of self-contained special education classes and special education teachers in ICT classes to register free of charge by emailing email@example.com.
Please register by November 9, 2022.
A Zoom link will be sent with email confirmation. If you do not receive your email confirmation within ten minutes, please check your spam folder and mark the email as "not spam."
This program is presented with captions through Zoom. The Jewish Museum is committed to making its virtual programs accessible to all. For inquiries and requests for CART, ASL interpretation, or additional accommodations please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.423.3200 ext. 0.
Professional development workshops are made possible with endowment support from the Gershon Kekst Family.