Triangle Seminar for Jewish Studies at the National Humanities Center, RTP
Monday, November 14
“The Ten Most Important Artworks of Marc Chagall and What They Mean to Me and the World”
Vivian Jacobson, Chagall historian, lecturer and author
A new power point lecture focuses on Chagall’s boundless creativity in several media: tapestry, mosaic, stained glass, lithographs, ceramics, book illustrations and oil paintings. The works selected show the depth and breadth of his desire to provide beauty to a troubled world.
All sessions meet at the National Humanities Center in RTP
7:30 –9:30 p.m.
Contact: Ronni Marblestone: 919-848-3752
DIRECTIONS From Raleigh: I-40 West to Exit 279B. Take the Durham Expressway north to Exit 7 and turn left on Alexander Drive. Pass over the Freeway and turn left at the GlaxoSmithKline / National Humanities Center traffic light. Go to end of road to the big white building.
From Chapel Hill: I-40 East to Exit 279B. Take the Durham Expressway north to Exit 7. Turn left on Alexander Drive and cross over the Freeway and turn left at GlaxoSmithKlein / National Humanities traffic light. Continue up the hill to the white building at the end of the road.
From Durham: Durham Expressway South to Exit 7. Turn right on Alexander Drive and turn left at next traffic light, and continue as above.