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JLive with Silvina Mizrahi

Hosted By: Jewish Arts Collaborative

“I feel that my art is like a knitted cloth where my Latino and Jewish heritage, my memories, my passion for dance, and life reality get interwoven”

You’ve seen Silvina’s work at Hanukkah: The Festival at the MFA and displayed in Brookline for Brighter Connected, now join her for an intimate conversation about how her upbringing has influenced her artwork.

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Silvina Mizrahi

Silvina Mizrahi was born in Tucuman, Argentina, and has been living in Boston, MA, since 2001. She received her Degree in Fine Arts at the University of Tucuman, in 1991. She then moved to Buenos Aires, where she trained in sculpture under the supervision of different artists, including Maestro Antonio Pujia and Maestro Antonio D'aniello. She also trained in Dance and Theatre, participating in courses from Moira Chapman (Buenos Aires), Marta Graham School (New York), and Marta Bercy (Cuballet), among others. In 1996 she was awarded with two prizes in the National Biennial for Small Format, in Argentina. In 2000, while living in Israel, she was selected for two solo exhibitions, in the Jerusalem Municipal Gallery and the Jerusalem Center for Performing Arts. In addition, she was awarded with the Israel National Fellowship for New Immigrants.  In 2017, she was selected for the Unity Magazine to be the Artist representing the Spanish Heritage Month, and received the Director’s Choice Award at the Menino Center for the Arts in Boston.
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