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Cross Sections, Part II: A Morning of Art Events

June 2 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm

Sunday, June 2 | 11am-1pm

RSVP: arts@aju.edu

Suggested donation: $15
Free Parking

Spend a Sunday morning at our beautiful campus. Come for one event or stay for all!


11am | Conversations in Sculpture with Jonathan Ames
Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden

Part II in Conversations in Sculpture, our annual series in which writers, poets, and thinkers are invited to respond to the various works in the Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden, one of LA’s best kept secrets.

Join a reading by and a discussion with Jonathan Ames.

Read more here.


12pm | “Tether,” A Performance by Christy Roberts Berkowitz and Badly Licked Bear
The performance is rooted in the traditions of action based movement and camp, and it explores the role of Jews as a diasporic, heterogeneous people in relationship to colonialism.

“Tether” coincides with Christy’s solo exhibition, The Distance Between the Grooves in My Fingerprint, on view until July 1, 2019 in the Platt and Borstein Galleries.

Read more here.

The Platt and Borstein Galleries (Christy Roberts Berkowitz: The Distance Between the Grooves in My Fingerprint), and The Project Room (Orr Herz: Compressor Cycle) will be open throughout the morning. 

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Date:
June 2
Time:
11:00 am - 1:30 pm
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American Jewish University
15600 Mullholland Drive
Bel Air, California 90077 United States
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