Loring Cornish: In Each Other’s Shoes Exhibition Opening

Posted on November 16th, 2002 by

Loring Cornish

In Each Other's Shoes
Exhibition Opening
Sunday February 13, 2011
2-4 p.m.

In his one-man exhibition, In Each Other's Shoes, Baltimore artist Loring Cornish explores legacies shared by African Americans and Jews.  His powerful mosaics address themes of discrimination, struggle, and spirituality.

RSVP to Ilene Dackman-Alon
410.732.6400 x214 / idackmanalon@jewishmuseummd.org

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A Cup of Coffee, A Sandwich, and You: Cooking and Cuddling in Popular Songs with Michael Lasser

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"A Cup of Coffee, A Sandwich, and You": Cooking and Cuddling in Popular Songs with Michael Lasser
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Free with Museum Admission

Join us as we welcome Michael Lasser, lecturer, writer, broadcaster, critic, and teacher , who was raised in New Jersey in the shadow of Broadway.  Michael  has been talking about popular music, as a social history and the songs and the America they reflect. Lasser‘s talks are a mix of substance and entertainment, serious purpose and lighthearted irreverence. In connection with our landmark exhibit, Chosen Food, Michael will examine how American popular music has something to tell about ourselves if we stop and listen to it as it opens a revealing and entertaining window on American attitudes for the past 150 years.  RSVP to Ilene Dackman-Alon, 410.732-6400, 214; or email idackmanalon@jewishmuseummd.org

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GefilteFest

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Something fishy is going on at the JMM! We’re expanding the Museum’s hours and adding new tours and programs!

Beginning October 21, the Museum will be open from 10am to 5pm, Sunday through Thursday.  Tours of the historic Lloyd Street Synagogue, third oldest synagogue building in the US, will now be available five times daily.

To hook you on JMM’s new hours, the Museum is proud to present GefilteFest on Sunday, October 21, 2012.  Join us for a day of cooking, eating, crafts, and storytelling for the whole family.  Take special tours including Smoked, Pickled, and Poached: A Fish Lover's Guide to Chosen Food and Ritual Waters of the Lloyd Street Synagogue.

We’ll be featuring the National Aquarium Conservation Department from 10-12.

Chief Gefiltemonger, Liz Alpern of Gefilteria, will speak at 1pm about her business and we will sample Gefilteria's signature Gefilte Crostini!

Don’t miss the gefilte fish “throwdown” at 2pm as three chefs vie for the honor of being crowned champion of this classic Jewish delicacy.  WYPR’s Aaron Henkin – producer and host of the Signal, will MC a cooking competition between Liz Alpern of the Brooklyn-based Gefilteria food start-up, Chef Dave Whaley, first cook at the Four Seasons Baltimore restaurant, Wit and Wisdom, and local Pikesville mom, Susan Silbiger.

Learn more about Gefilteria at www.gefilteria.com

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