Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time
3 sessions, April 7 – April 21, 2021
Online class via Zoom. Registration Required.
Professor Karen Frostig, who is a public memory artist and granddaughher of Holocaust victims, will discuss her process of developing two memorial projects in Austria and Latvia. Karen will draw comparisons between her work in Austria and Latvia, and her work as a professor of public art in the United States. In the final session, she will focus on current issues of systemic racism, including the removal of confederate statues in the United States.
Please note this class is best experienced through participation in all 3 session. However, if you are unable to attend all 3, there is the option to register for a single session.
Session 1 (April 7) – The Vienna Project in Vienna, Austira
Session 2 (April 14) – Locker of Memory Memorial Project in Riga, Latvia
Session 3 (April 21) – Public Memory in the United States
This class qualifies for the “Justice, Politics, and Contemporary Issues” categories of the Chochmat Lev, A Learned Heart Certificate.
To join us, please register with the form below, and the Zoom link will be shared in your confirmation email. Contact Brigid Goggin with any questions at email@example.com.