Sunday, Sep 30, 2018 | 3–5pm
ADMISSION: Free for teens
Explore designing and printmaking on paper with artist Leslie Samson-Tabakin. Part of an interactive series, led by artists Leslie Samson-Tabakin, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, and Regina Larre Campuzzano, aka Rex LC.
In conjunction with Lew the Jew and His Circle: Origins of American Tattoo and Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish Dress, from the Collection of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Leslie Samson-Tabakin is a visual artist working in printmaking, painting, and installation. She is interested in exploring the emotional infrastructures that convey the flux of the human condition. Born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii, Leslie received her MFA in at San Francisco State University in 2018 and currently teaches printmaking there. Her work has been exhibited nationally in galleries in Hilo, Honolulu, Massachusetts, St. Louis, Berkeley, and San Francisco.
Teen Programs are made possible by major support from Koret Foundation, The Covenant Foundation, and U.S. Bank Foundation. These programs are part of the Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Initiative with support provided by the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund and Jim Joseph Foundation. Additional support is provided by Miranda Lux Foundation and Ira A. Roschelle M.D. Family Foundation.