Gilah Yelin Hirsch will be the keynote speaker at the international conference, Logics of Image: Visual Learning, Logic and Philosophy of Form in East and West, organized by the International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry, in Kolymbari, Crete, August 11 – 18.
Gilah will also be screening her two films, newly released Reading the Landscape as well as its predecessor, Cosmography: the Writing of the Universe. An exhibition of her paintings, Presence, will be presented as well.
The campus community is cordially invited to attend the opening celebration in the University Art Gallery tonight, Friday May 11 – from 7 to 9 p.m., for the Emerging Dimensions mural exhibition showcasing work by 17 Art and Design Students. These imaginative and fantastic murals visually transform the University architecture and landscape.
Professor Gilah Yelin Hirsch is principally responsible for organizing and producing this special event.
Emerging Dimensions will continue through May 17, 2018, all are welcome to attend.
Gilah will be attending and lecturing at In the Navel of the Moon, the First International Painters’ Symposium, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico: May 21 – June 3, 2018.
This will be an immersive 2-week experience – read the calendar of events.
Gilah will make two presentations:
LACWA (Los Angeles Council of Women Artists), Origin of Women Artist Movement in USA
The Art and Science of Gilah Yelin Hirsch
Gilah Yelin Hirch’s latest newsletter is available online.
Read updates on her major project: Reading the Landscape, the Joyce Kozloff lecture and tour she organized for her students at CSUDH, a presentation she made in February at the 2018 College Art Association’s national conference, and her trip in December to Southeast Asia including Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
In celebration of Jewish art and artists, USC Hillel is hosting Bread & Salt, a exhibition organized by the Jewish Artists Initiative (JAI) – opening Sunday, April 8th, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Gilah’s painting, EKEV #1 is included in the exhibition – part of a multi-institutional project taking place over the course of the Jewish New Year 2017 (5778) and continuing through the fall of 2018 in Southern California.
The goal of Bread & Salt is to explore contemporary, historic and ritual aspects of food. JAI has brought together a cross-section of its members to share their interpretations of food, and the role food has played in Jewish history and cultural life. The curated collection also addresses references in the Torah and the foods eaten in ancient times… as well as the role that food plays in the gatherings of friends and families.
Gilah had the great pleasure of hosting Joyce Kozloff as visiting artist for her university, CSUDH.
On March 6 in Ballroom B of the Loker Student Union, Joyce presented a public lecture on the last 25 years of her cartographic art, followed by a lecture surveying public art generally, as well as conducting a critique of work in progress for Gilah’s Mural Class.
Friday, March 9 Joyce will be guiding a university van tour of public art in downtown LA, (including her own work which is displayed in the Metro) for the Mural Class who will also be given a special tour of the Metro public art in various stations conducted by Barbara Lashenick, Founder of the Metro Art Docent Council.
Additionally, along with current exhibitions, MOCA curator Anna Katz will be giving CSUDH students an expository tour of the murals on the exterior walls of MOCA.