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This exhibition, first presented at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University in 2007 is now available for travel to other locations. This exhibition tells the story of how a handful of catholic clergy, private citizens and even a German officer orchestrated the dramatic rescue of several hundred Jewish refugees in Assisi, Italy, following the city's German occupation during WWII.
Previously on exhibit at the Jewish Museum of New Jersey (Newark, NJ) through December 16, 2012.
View a preview of the exhibition and associated events held at the Jewish Museum of New Jersey in conjunction with the exhibition at their website - http://jewishmuseumnj.org/
This exhibition features Contemporary photography by Japanese artist Etsuko Yuasa. The artist, an art director and stylist by trade, states “this exhibition highlights a different aspect of her life in relation to the world of photography, it highlights the chance moments in life that one can only capture in an instant and not stage in a studio.” Accompanying the photographs are poetry written by Yuasa which are exhibited in both Japanese and English.
Previously on exhibit at New York University Kimmel Center
8th floor Gallery
60 Washington Square South
New York, NY
On view October 12, 2012 through December 31, 2012
Many vessels in this collection are thought to come from elite burials based on the study of their iconography and epigraphy though it is difficult to construct their full context.
Currently on view within The Secrets of the Maya South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC
On view October 13, 2012 through June 9, 2013
This exhibition features Christmas cards sent by the President and first family covering the Johnson administration through the Obama administration. The exhibition also features special gift prints given to the White House staff by former Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Reagan and Clinton.
Included in the exhibition is information detailing Christmas traditions practiced at the White House as well as those practiced by the American public from the Civil War through modern day.
Previously on exhibit at Alfred State College
and Houghten College December 2012 - January 2013
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