LiterARTure: Stories and Symbolism of the Holocaust - An Afternoon with Stacey Goldring and Cindy Edelman

April 22, 2020
Noon to 1 P.M.

Join art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring for the final lecture of a four part conversation that explores the universality of the arts and its positive effects on our country’s proud legacy of civil discourse. A discussion focusing on Holocaust remembrance, learn how Auschwitz is interpreted as symbolic of the Holocaust and how artistic and written symbolism influences this remembrance.


Your reservation includes a boxed lunch.  Please select one of the following when making your reservation:


BABY BLUE SALAD: tossed baby lettuces with grilled chicken, mandarin oranges, Florida strawberries, gorgonzola cheese, house spiced pecans, and balsamic vinaigrette

CURRY CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH: diced chicken, golden raisins, celery, walnuts, red onion and green apples on a bed of spring mix on a flaky croissant with a side of seasonal fruit


All reservations are will-call only. Check-in will be in the Cummer Museum Lobby.