We are inviting you to become involved in this international exchange of ideas and text. The Museum of Motherhood is thrilled to collaborate in the 2015 Biennale of Contemporary Art. Won’t you or your organization become involved too? Add your name to this growing list of participants by sending us your “Words of Love.” This is an international collaboration celebrating the art of motherhood as it manifests through daily love and labor. Our aim for this exhibit is to share words of love across time and space. Together we help to establish a planet that honors all people and invites peace, safety, and harmony. Become involved by writing us at MAMAvoices@gmail.com. Or, share this information with your synagogue, arts group, or friends.
Healing “Words of Love” to be shared via our Twitter account: by emailing your words of love to us at MAMAvoices@gmail.com or by tweeting to @MAMAvoices #WordsOfLove
Sincerely, Martha Joy Rose, Curator “Words of Love” Special Curator to the Motherhood Archetypes in Contemporary Jewish Art Committee, in partnership Nurit Sirkis Bank and the entire arts committee with the MuseumOfMotherhood.org
More about the program: The 2nd Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art (September 24 – November 5) will showcase the work of nearly 200 Israeli and international professional artists in 10 exhibitions hosted in seven city-center venues. Following the success of the inaugural Jerusalem Biennale in 2013, Biennale2015 will continue to explore the places where contemporary art meets the Jewish world of content. Curators and artists with different approaches, who span the continuum of Jewish identity from secular to ultra-Orthodox and include non-Jewish artists, come together within the Biennale framework to give their own interpretation of contemporary Jewish art. Biennale2015 hosts four exhibitions from overseas – New York, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires and Barcelona and, for the first time, the Jerusalem Biennale extends its reach with three simultaneous exhibitions in LA.The vision of the Biennale is to create the right conditions for the artists to display their work in Jerusalem, engage in the current discourse about the Jewish world and help establish Jerusalem as the global center for contemporary Jewish Art. For updated exhibition information and ticket purchase: http://www.jerusalembiennale.org/