Wednesday, August 23 6:00pm Pacific Time via Zoom

Presented by John Paul Thornton: When Jewish artists of the twentieth century picked up their paintbrushes and sculpting tools, they were creating new languages of visual expression. In this exciting online visual presentation, we follow immigrant Jews living in Paris and America who boldly contributed to the avant-garde. Featured artists include Jacob Epstein, Chana Orlov, Arthur Markowicz, Max Weber, Albert Bloch and Arthur Szyk.

Q and A following the presentation

$18 per device; Valley JCC Members $15 per device

John Paul Thornton has dedicated his life to understanding and teaching about global art. As a painter himself, his art has taken him to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, Himalayan refugee settlements of Nepal, the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, and around the world. He has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and the United Nations Foundation. For over a decade, his live art history presentations have reached thousands. Please join us!

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