This exhibition features 14 works by the renowned Israeli artist Dorit Feldman, a native and current resident of Tel Aviv. As a conceptual artist, her works emphasize the construction of unity from multiplicity. She photographs archaeological, historical, and geographical sites, viewing them as ordered geometric spaces or texts written on the earth. By deconstructing and reconstructing, Feldman blends these photographs with carefully selected quotes from ancient maps, constructing an innovative and original narrative.
This annual event is one of Philly's biggest Hanukkah parties. Enjoy delicious gourmet latkes prepared by chefs from many of the city's best restaurants. In addition to the great food, there will be children's crafts, face painting and family entertainment.
Alzheimer's accounts for 60% to 70% of cases of dementia. Dr. Jason Karlawish, Professor of Medicine, Medical Ethics, and Health Policy and Associate Director of the Penn Memory Center, will discuss recent developments and ongoing research that seek to optimize the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease.
Feed your brain this fall with The Gershman Y. To participate, watch online lectures from lauded academics on your own time, then join others for a lively discussion. Come prepared to share your thoughts and expand your mind.