A number of people have responded to our survey about “The Tomato Story.” This is helping us plan what to include in the exhibit that will go with these first-person videos.  We want to briefly answer some of the questions people had. We’ll go into more depth with the official release of the video and… Read more »

Meir Weisblum is one of my heroes. He passed away six years ago on July 26th. He was 93 years old. On this anniversary of his passing, I want to share with you the story of a heroic, humble man. When I met him he was in his seventies—a very handsome man with deep smile… Read more »

The following article was written by Laurie Weisman and published in the New York Art Teachers Association Winter 2019 Newsletter. I met New York artist Roz Jacobs at a Valentine’s Day party in 1979, when she was 23 and I was 21 years old. I was completing an environmental science major and she was painting… Read more »

  As someone who has had the privilege of knowing people who survived the Holocaust, I am keenly aware of what can happen when a government runs amok. The unfulfilled promise of “Never again” requires each of us to remain engaged in doing our part to defend decency and protect democratic institutions from eroding. If… Read more »