July 5 - September 4, 2017; Sundays - Thursdays, 10 am - 4 pm
The Jewish Heritage Museum at The Reutlinger Community is proud to present Aimee Golant: 5 Stories. The exhibition highlights the metal artist's journey working with her Holocaust survivor grandfather's tools to create mezuzahs for two space shuttles and crafting the Crowns of the Women's Torah Project.
Aimee is a sixth generation metal artist based in San Francisco. Her work is well known throughout the Bay Area, a favorite artist of J. readers, and has been exhibited internationally. Among her many honors are the creation of mezuzahs for Philadelphia's National Museum of Jewish History, American World Jewish Services and the permanent collection of the Jewish Museum of New York.
The Exhibition is open Sunday-Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
ART FOR PRAYER AND PEACE: A Bridge to Oneness
Aimee with present her current artistic project. Her approach to Judaica is to use the vibrancy of the Torah with wisdoms of other religious teachings to uplift us, to come to peace and to create harmony in the world. The Oneness project has been endorsed by the Dalai Lama, Pope Francis, Rabbis Judy Shanks and Danny Gottlieb and Reverend Maggie Oman Shannon of the Unity Spiritual Center, San Francisco.
Residents and their families are invited to share the afternoon with the artist.