The exhibit, a search for healing consists of three-dimensional paintings on paper and paper sculptures. The artwork is inspired by manosevitz’s passion for keeping alive the memory of the destroyed shtetls (Jewish communities) of Eastern Europe, as well as the reconciliation between Christians, Jews and Muslims.
As a visual artist and educator for more than 25 years, manosevitz has spent much of that time focusing on Holocaust studies in both her art and teaching. She is currently a professor at Colorado Mountain College, and a visiting lecturer at the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary where she teaches Spirituality After the Holocaust.
The event is free and open to the public, and will take place in the O’Malley Library Alumni Room (room 100).
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