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The Conservancy at the Museum: A Virtual Tour of “The Sassoons”

Hosted By: The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC)

View the new exhibition at the Jewish Museum, “The Sassoons”. This exhibit, on view in Manhattan through August 13, 2023, features over 120 works from paintings to illuminated manuscripts, Chinese art, and Judaica collected by Sassoon family members and borrowed from numerous private and public collections. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the rich legacy of the Sassoons and their enduring impact on art, culture, and society.

For those of you who loved Sharon’s wonderful talk about the Enheduanna exhibit at the Morgan Museum, you won’t want to miss this program!

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Teacher

Dr. Sharon Keller

Dr. Sharon Keller set her sights on a Ph.D. in Bible and Egyptology studies when she was in the sixth grade, and she steadfastly worked toward that goal, earning her doctorate at NYU’s Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies in the areas of the Bible and the Ancient Near East. Dr. Keller is currently on the Classics faculty at Hofstra University, where she teaches courses as diverse as Magic, Miracle, and Medicine in the Ancient World and Greco-Roman Comedy. She has been an assistant professor of the Bible and Ancient Semitic languages at the Jewish Theological Seminary and at Hebrew Union College.
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Host

The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC)

The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy (LESJC) is an educational non-profit, created in 1998, to preserve and support the Lower East Side’s community of living synagogues and other historic structures, and to raise public awareness of the neighborhoods distinct cultural identity. As the birthplace of American Jewish civilization, and the most iconic immigrant neighborhood in America, we share this history by taking people on walking tours which enter sacred sites, where you learn how past generations came here, lived and worshiped. Learn more about LESJC here.
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