The Art of Samuel Bak
The College of Arts and Sciences Virtual Seminar Series showcases the great work faculty, staff, and students are doing to address many of the critical challenges of our time.
This discussion will be moderated by David Boocker, Dean of the UNO College of Arts and Sciences.
- Samuel Bak, renowned artist and Holocaust survivor
- Mark Celinscak, Louis and Frances Blumkin Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies and executive director of UNO’s Sam and Frances Fried Holocaust and Genocide Academy
- Bernie Pucker, owner and director of the Pucker Gallery in Boston
This virtual event is free to attend, but registration is required: REGISTER HERE
About the Samuel Bak Institute: The Samuel Bak Institute is an ongoing initiative selected as one of UNO's Big Ideas. Using the art and life of world renowned artist and Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak, a future museum will awaken the community to the richness and diversity of the human experience and invite curiosity and collaborative learning through active engagement with ideas, artworks, and exhibitions. Programming, on campus and in the surrounding community, tailored to foster formative connections between the art of Samuel Bak and students of all ages will be central. Critical to its role as a teaching museum will be direct experiential opportunities for UNO students and faculty to participate in integral aspects of museum/archiving practices.
Watch previous event recordings and get more information about future A&S Virtual Seminar Series events.