Vivian Mann (The Jewish Theological Seminary) Master Class, "The Jewish Art of Medieval Spain"

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13th Century Hebrew Bible from the Jay and Jeannie Schottenstein Judaica Collection
February 29, 2016
9:30AM - 11:00AM
Location
251 Hagerty Hall

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Add to Calendar 2016-02-29 09:30:00 2016-02-29 11:00:00 Vivian Mann (The Jewish Theological Seminary) Master Class, "The Jewish Art of Medieval Spain" Master Class:The Jewish Art of Medieval Spainwith art historianVivian MannDirector, Master’s Program, Jewish Art & Visual Culture Graduate School, Jewish Theological Seminary; and Curator Emerita, Jewish Museum of New York  The Melton Center for Jewish Studies will hold a special text and image study session with Vivian Mann, Director of the Master's Program in Jewish Art & Visual Culture Graduate School, Jewish Theological Seminary, and Curator Emerita of the Jewish Museum, New York. Ms. Mann will discuss the 13th-century Hebrew Bible, scroll of Esther, and scroll of Esther case from the collection of Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein which is currently on display at the Columbus Museum of Art.  Co-sponsored by the Melton Center for Jewish Studies at OSU and the Columbus Museum of Art.   251 Hagerty Hall Center for the Study of Religion religion@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Master Class:
The Jewish Art of Medieval Spain

with art historian

Vivian Mann
Director, Master’s Program, Jewish Art & Visual 
Culture Graduate School, Jewish Theological Seminary; and Curator Emerita, Jewish Museum of New York 

 
The Melton Center for Jewish Studies will hold a special text and image study session with Vivian Mann, Director of the Master's Program in Jewish Art & Visual Culture Graduate School, Jewish Theological Seminary, and Curator Emerita of the Jewish Museum, New York. Ms. Mann will discuss the 13th-century Hebrew Bible, scroll of Esther, and scroll of Esther case from the collection of Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein which is currently on display at the Columbus Museum of Art. 
 
Co-sponsored by the Melton Center for Jewish Studies at OSU and the Columbus Museum of Art