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News Highlights Hebrew College to Open Israeli Art Exhibit in Celebration of Israel’s 75th anniversary

By Hebrew College

Without words, these artists capture the pace and rhythm of life in Israel in the 1970s.

– Deb Feinstein, founding chair of the Hebrew College Arts Initiative and member of the Hebrew College Board of Trustees

In celebration of the 75th anniversary of Israel, Hebrew College will present abstract Israeli art from its permanent collection in the fall art exhibit “Syncopation.” The exhibit features 22 works on paper, all from the 1970s, last shown together at Hebrew College in 2004. The exhibit will open on Tuesday, September 20 in the Ted Cutler Atrium at 160 Herrick Road in Newton Centre, the College’s final exhibit at this location before the move to a new home in Newton, MA in January 2023.

If you plan to attend the opening, please RSVP on the Hebrew College website.

Vaccination required. Hebrew College is monitoring the Covid-19 situation and will make any changes in accordance with local or national government guidelines.

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