MOMENTARY JOYS: ARTIST TALK
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Bad times can produce great art. Dadaism grew from the tragedy of the First World War; the Depression sparked a social realist movement and Jews created art in ghettos, concentration camps, and in hiding during the Second World War. Join us for a thoughtful conversation with artist Henk Pander and Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education adjunct curator for special exhibitions, Bruce Guenther, as they reflect about the arts and how they contribute to our welfare, especially in times like this. Momentary joys, if you will, that help us get through confinement, whether you are making art or experiencing art.