Melton School: Natanya Blanck
Date: Monday, January 7, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Location: Adult Reading Room, RAMBAM Center (Library)
Contact: The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning, 305.576.4030, ext. 128 or 139
Art from the Jews of North Africa,
the Middle East and Iran
featuring Natanya Blanck
A 2-Week Mini-Course
Mondays at 10:00 am, January 7th and 14th
For hundreds of years, and until the mid-20th century, thriving Jewish communities coexisted with their neighbors in many of the countries of North Africa and the Middle East, and in Iran. One result of coexistence was the exchange of ideas which influenced and enriched each other’s art.
Join in this 2-session course in which we will look at some of the most striking works produced by Jewish artists living in these communities.
Tuition for this 2-part series: $50.00
For more information, contact The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning, 305.576.4030, ext. 128 or 139.
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An art historian by training, Natanya Blanck believes there is nothing more enthralling than learning about the most interesting, beautiful, controversial and scandalous objects ever created. Her true passion lays in bringing the artistic tradition to life! Before moving to Miami in 2014, she taught at the University of Wisconsin and was Associate Professor at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. In her 15-year teaching experience, this Mexico City native also has organized visits through private collections, galleries and city monuments, both in the United States and abroad.