UPCOMING & PAST…
Dessel’s new body of work is based on her research as a Frankel Fellow, Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies University of Michigan (2013/2014), on the life and work of Martha Gruening (1889-1937).
The exhibit at the Gomez Mill House (GMH) — the oldest existing Jewish residence in North America — of this new work commemorates the national landmark’s 300th Anniversary. Gruening, owner of the GMH 1919-1923, purchased the Mill House to create an International Libertarian School.
For Exhibit details and location go to the WORKS page, click on 2014, page two.
A link to Dessel’s public Colloquium about her research and process while a Fellow at the Frankel Institute is found on the LINKS page.
Dessel, a Visiting Artist (Oct. 2011) at the Umm el-Fahem Palestinian-Israeli Art Gallery, serves today as a Board Member, American Friends of the Umm el-Fahem Museum of Contemporary Palestinian Art in Israel. The gallery, located in Umm el-Fahem off the main road between Tel Aviv and Haifa, is a great place to add to your itinerary when visiting Israel.
To read about the artist’s experience at the Umm el-Fahem Gallery: Go to LINKS page, Click on Dessel’s Blog, go to 2011.
Also under Academic Blogs click on PEACE X PEACE.
May 29, 2014
America Scores Inspired Art Project & Raising Voices Gala
Thursday, May 29 6:00p
Dessel is honored to be among the local artists invited by The Inspired Art Project to create and donate an original work inspired by a piece of original poetry written by a young poet-athlete of America Scores New York’s soccer and literacy program.
May 15 - June 30, 2014
CITIGROUP showcases L.I.C. Artists small works in Citicorp HQ Atrium.
Dessel awarded Frankel Fellowship, Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Michigan. On-site Fall 2013, off-site Spring 2014.
Project Title: “A VOICE FROM A BLACK MARIA Process and Work by Artist susan c. dessel based on the life of Martha Gruening: Suffragist, Journalist, Civil Rights Activist”