This event has been postponed. Watch for relisting in the fall.
Anna Belle Kaufman in conversation with Reb Irwin Keller
An Event of the New School at Commonweal, Sonoma Series
At Ner Shalom
Anna Belle Kaufman is an artist who loved her career as a costume and set designer in Hollywood. Then she spent years around suffering — her own, her child’s, the families she met in the hospital - when her son was born with grave medical problems. She could no longer make art for entertainment. Instead art became a place to express and relieve her own losses and those of others. She became a family advocate, an AIDS activist, an art psychotherapist, teacher, and writer. Her son’s death was also the beginning of spiritual journey, deepened by having to create a very different life within her own chronic illness. Her art now, on exhibition in the gallery at Commonweal, is a celebration of the sacred inherent in everything.
The event is free, but your registration is appreciated.