Date(s) - 03/28/2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
A Panel Discussion of CUBA TODAY: Through the Eyes of Twelve Photographers
Wednesday, March 28th,
at the Monmouth Museum
The Panel Discussion is Free and Open to the public!
The curator and the other photographers in the exhibition will answer questions about their technical and artistic process as well as share stories about their time in Cuba.
The twelve artists featured in this exhibition are: Barbara Berger Brill of Englewood, NJ ; Cyndie J. Burkhardt of New York City; Constance Stirling-Engman of Ithaca, NY; E. Jan Kounitz of Jersey City, NJ; Marsha Michel of Old Tappan, NJ; Mansa K. Mussa of Newark, NJ; Nancy J. Ori of Berkeley Heights, NJ; Franc Palaia of Rhinebeck, NY; Karen Rossen of River Vale, NJ; Jay Seldin of Montclair, NJ; Heidi Sussman of West Orange, NJ; and Exhibition Curator, Peter Tilgner of Tenafly, NJ.
These artists all brought their own personal experiences and perspectives to their visit. Some of their comments include:
What I encountered left me spellbound. – Barbara Berger Brill
The spirit of the people left the biggest impression – Cyndie J. Burkhardt
The people will always be Cuba’s greatest asset – E. Jan Kounit.
They were so welcoming, it was easy to make beautiful portraits – Nancy J. Ori
It’s hard to be unhappy when you hear such beautiful sounds rising from the ruins. – Heidi Sussman