After a successful three-month run, the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles closes its Voices & Visions exhibit of professionally designed Jewish posters.
To amplify the "Voices" of the Jewish people and the "Visions" of Jewish art, the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles hosted the first exhibition of the Harold Grinpsoon Foundation's poster art program, Voices & Visions.
The Voices & Visions Masters Series was displayed for over three months, running from Dec. 4 through March 17. The show's closing was celebrated Sunday, March 17 as a successful exhibit.
CLOSING CEREMONIES & CELEBRATION
The end-of-exhibit event began with a video produced by HGF program officer Paul Lewis. The video introduced Voices & Visions founder Harold Grinspoon, who thanked event honorees for their strategic role in creating the original Voices & Visions series.
Among the events honorees were art historian and founding director emerita of the Museum of the Skirball Cultural Center Nancy Berman and Voices & Visions creative director Arnold Schwartzman and his wife & Isolde Schwartzman.