The Art of Marc Chagall: The Early Years, via Zoom
Jewish Art Education
Friday, March 31, 1:00-2:00 pm
Explore the life and art of a quintessential Jewish artist, Marc Chagall (1887-1985). Born to a poor Hassidic family in an East European village (shtetl), Chagall evolved into a world-renowned artist. From paintings to prints to stained glass and tapestries, this Belarusian-French artist created an amazing world of fantasy and reality. Discover why his painting, I and The Village, was so important to him and to the world! An oil on canvas painting, the work is Cubist in construction and contains many soft, dreamlike images overlapping one another in a continuous space.
Nancy Kotz will be our guide. She holds a B.A. (Skidmore College, 1984) in Art History and Business, as well as a Certificate in Nonprofit Management (Georgetown University, 2011). Since 2015 she has been presenting programs in person and virtually to audiences across the country for Jewish Art Education.
THIS VIRTUAL DOCENT PRESENTATION IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL. This program is as part of our collaboration with Little Falls Village with special thanks to Jewish Art Education. Please use the Register Now button to receive the Zoom link. Members and volunteers who need help registering can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with Chagall in the subject line.