Funded through an Artist grant from the New Center for Arts and Culture and CJP in partnership with the Boston Jewish Music Festival and the Boston Jewish Film Festival.
A sculptural installation, in collaboration with artist Christian Meade, made of found and collected objects, the installation depicts a darkened domestic interior. As the days of Hanukkah progress, the scene will be illuminated by unexpected and miraculous light sources. The work celebrates the light of home and dispels the long dark of winter.
On view December 6-14th, 2015 at
The West End Museum
150 Staniford St, Boston, MA 02114
Friday, December 11th: 7-8 pm
Eran Egozy, CTO/VP/co-founder Harmonix Music Systems
Dina Deitsch, Director of curatorial projects at GoodmanTaft & former deCordova Museum curator of Contemporary Art
Carol Daynard, artist, collector, and board member of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Randi Hopkins, Associate Director of Visual Arts Boston Center for the Arts