Register Now for Wednesday April 19th, 6:00-7:20 Pacific Time Via Zoom
Many great Jewish artists have boldly turned towards humanitarian themes in their work. Shining a positive light on immigration, political freedom, global peace and family, Jewish painters from Poland and America will be featured in this new online presentation. Join artist John Paul Thornton as he transports us through history. This is part of a special six-part series scheduled for 2023 and hosted by the Valley Jewish Community Center.
Fee: $18 :
Fee for Valley Jewish Community Center members: $15
Register at www.valleyjcc.org/artforgood
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, the Himalayan refugee camps 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.