Artistic Impressions of Holocaust Liberation

Artistic Impressions of Holocaust Liberation

Novice and Accomplished Artists

Artistic Impressions of Holocaust Liberation is an emotive interpretation of the voices of Holocaust liberators and survivors. This free exhibit features the visual responses of Kean fine arts students and teaching alumni, as well as New Jersey students and their teachers from Kean’s Diversity Council, to the Liberator Testimonies Curriculum designed by Janice Kroposky, director of the Holocaust Resource Center at Kean University. With artistic concepts, skills and techniques taught by Dr. Joseph Amorino, fine arts professor at Kean, the varied group of artists uniquely depict the testimonies of liberators in a variety of media. 

 

Holocaust Liberation Exhibit Reception Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

Holocaust Liberation Exhibit Reception Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

Ms. Gina Plaitakis Our Lady of Victories Grade 7 & 8 Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

Holocaust Liberation Exhibit Reception Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

Mr. Gene Woods Bayonne High School Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

Holocaust Liberation Exhibit Reception Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

Pictured from left to right: Janice Kroposky, director Holocaust Resource Center and Diversity Council, Ms. Fran Schwartz, Holocaust Resource Foundation and Dr. Joseph Amorino, Fine Arts Professor Photo credit: Seunghyun Shon/Kean University

 

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