Opening Night: Black Is A Color





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The Museum of Tolerance and the Afikim Foundation Present a Unique Cultural Event 

Black Is A Color

A masterful exhibit where art intersects the intellect and religion meets reality.

Join us on Opening Night!

Monday, May 7, 2012

7:00 pm - View the Exhibition
7:30 pm - Program

 

Program features artist and author Stan Lebovic in conversation with Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, Director of Interfaith Affairs, Simon Wiesenthal Center

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Advanced Reservation is Required.

REGISTER NOW - online reservation closed. Guests without reservations will be admitted at 7:35 on a first come first served basis, if seating is available.

"...Lebovic's stunning achievement is a triumph of synthesis, blending art and intellect..." 
- Rabbi Norman Lamm, Chancellor, Yeshiva University

Stan Lebovic - Artist/Author

 

When a religious artist turns his canvas into a battleground where faith is forced to confront the evil that is the Holocaust, sparks fly, as each blow from his brush hits in a vibrant assault upon our senses and an eloquent engagement with our intellect.  These masterpieces leap off the canvas and lodge within us, eventually making their way to our minds, where they become food for our thoughts and inspiration for our lives.

Free underground parking.  Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.

 

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