The Forward profiles Father Patrick Desbois, author of Holocaust by Bullets: A Priest’s Journey to Uncover the Truth Behind the Murder of 1.5 Million Jews. Desbois spoke at a U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Midwest Office event.
Weinberg/Newton Gallery presents Sapphire, a group exhibition coinciding with the 2016 presidential election. “Sapphire provokes us to delve into art’s ability to inspire critical discourse on politics.” as reported by Art Daily
Columbia Chronicle states, “Weinberg/Newton Gallery’s exhibition Sapphire, displays collages, paintings and drawings, the exhibit includes pieces on civic engagement, statements of power, and political protests”
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum held a special luncheon fundraiser in Chicago, awarding Clementine Wamariya the national leadership award for her efforts in genocide prevention and preserving holocaust history as reported by WGN TV
Newsweek reports on Garland Martin Taylor, Chicago-based sculptor using his black hair strands, feathers and shell casings to make 300 “bullets,” as a response to gun violence in new exhibit at Weinberg/Newton Gallery