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    Check out my Summer Newsletter with recent updates.

    Revolutionary Art: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition
    The National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia PA
    May 22 - July 4, 2017
    Free & Open to the Public during regular museum hours
    Meet the Artist:
    Friday June 16, Noon - 1pm
    Saturday June 24, 3-4pm
    I am thrilled to be included among 13 artists installing public art around the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, curated by Conrad Benner in partnership with Visit Philly and the Old City District.
    In the first floor of the National Museum of American Jewish History, I have installed a projection of a series of portraits of women labor union and anti-war activists, both Jewish women depicted in the museum's galleries, and women of color leaders and participants in historic activism.
    Read more about this project and see images here.
    Recent Press on this project:
    The New York Times
    The Broad Street Review
    The Philadelphia Inquirer

    The DC Shul/Church Project
    Arlington Art Center - Arlington VA
    April 8 - June 11, 2017
    Artists' Talk: Saturday June 10, 1-3pm
    This solo exhibition at the Arlington Art Center includes works on paper and a sound installation, referencing the history and current use of historic former synagogue buildings in Washington DC.

  • Past Events

    Signs of Solidarity
    Trinity Framing - 3rd and Bainbridge Sts, Philadelphia
    January 20 - 27, 2017
    I created a seven by seven foot painting for the ambitious Signs of Solidarity project curated by Eric Preisendanz, Conrad Benner of Streets Dept, and others. More than thirty large signs with messages of solidarity were installed on storefronts around Philadelphia. My sign was at the excellent Trinity Framing at 3rd and Bainbridge Streets in the Queen Village neighborhood of Center City Philadelphia. Signs were installed in time for Inauguration Day. Find images of this project on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #signsofsolidarityphl

    Sanctuary Studies
    Improvisational Multi-Media Performance
    Sunday February 26, 2017
    The Rotunda - 4014 Walnut St Philadelphia
    Dan Blacksberg (trombone) and Dexter Moore (keyboard) and I created an improvisational multi-media performance as part of my ongoing Shul/Church Project. I created projections using a live video feed of paper-cut fragments, in response to Dan and Dexter's pairing of sounds rooted in Jewish and Black Christian music.
    Video documentation of the full performance coming soon!

    My work was featured in a solo exhibition, The Shul / Church Project at The Abington Art Center, from February 5 - March 24, 2016
    This exhibition included 16 framed portraits of former Synagogue buildings in Philadelphia that are currently Black churches, four larger work on paper, and an ambient audio installation.

    Work from my Vayehi:Remnants series was featured in the print and online editions of Fresh Paint Magazine in August 2015.

    A piece from my new series on work on paper, Vayehi ( And It Was) was on view at the Abington Art Center in Jenkintown PA, where it won the Juror's Prize in their annual juried exhibition.

    I was honored to have a new version of my 2011 Hanukkah image used for a national campaign for Hanukkah actions happening across the country on December 16th, against police violence. Visit chanukahaction.org to learn more. You can purchase prints of the new image, and sets of the cards here.

    The Garden of Time is an illustrated book for all ages.
    The book is a collaboration between myself and Rabbi Jill Hammer, and is published by Skinner House Books.
    You can order it here.

    The Museum of Art and Peace in Philadelphia acquired one of the original artworks from The Garden of Time. I'm so excited to have this wonderful institution be one of the first collectors of this series.

    I was commissioned by Kol Tzedek Synagogue to create side panels for their Ark, the cabinet that holds the Torah.

    The L is for Liberation: A Radicalphabet poster is now available.
    My contribution to this project is the H is for Healing image.