Monthly Archives: November 2011

Local Artist Partnerships Cultivate Community Creativity

By Jan Nadav, Director of Education & Interpretation For the past several years, the Mizel Museum has integrated the talents and commitment of artists-in-residence into the life of the museum, and the results have been transformative. Over the summer the … Continue reading

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The Art of Shabbat

By Penny Nisson, Jewish Education Coordinator When I think of Shabbat, a word derived from Hebrew root words meaning to rest, I think of the essence of being human and having free will. The celebratory aspects of Shabbat come into … Continue reading

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Art Tells the Story: Zion Ozeri

By Georgina Kolber, Curator While developing the exhibition 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks, one of the themes that emerged as being important to illustrate was “the contemporary Jewish experience.” What is the experience of being Jewish in the world … Continue reading

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Gathering Sparks Celebrates the Light of the Winter Season

The Mizel Museum announces Gathering Sparks: Sephardic Concert and Art Sale, Sunday, December 4 at District 475, 10111 Inverness Main St., Englewood (near I-25 and Dry Creek Rd.) The event will feature a live concert by the band Pharaohs Daughter, … Continue reading

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Mizel Museum Educates High School Students About the Holocaust Through Film

Mizel Museum is presenting “Survivor Stories: Generations” on Nov. 9, at George Washington High School. Each year the museum produces the Miryam Brand Holocaust Education Film Project, bringing to Denver films and speakers from across the globe to educate students … Continue reading

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