New York City Chapter Event
Eldridge Street Museum and Pat Passlof art exhibitFriday, March 27, 2020
Time: 11:15 AM-12:30 Tour then Dim Sum & Art Exhibit
Location: The Museum at 12 Eldridge Street & The Milton Resnick/Pat Passlof Foundation at 87 Eldridge Street, on the Lower East Side
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Contact: Sara Werder
Tour the Eldridge Street Museum and Synagogue, Learn about its role in LES Immigration, Plus Modern art exhibit!s
Explore the magnificent architecture of the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue. Learn about its role in the Lower East Side immigrant experience.
And, visit the Pat Passlof art exhibit at The Milton Resnick & Pat Passlof Foundation and other comtemporary art galleries on Eldridge & the corner of Grand street.
This magnificent National Historic Landmark with its lavish Moorish interior has been beautifully restored and is also noted for its significance as part of the American immigrant experience, and its revitalization as a vital heritage center for people of all backgrounds.
While the Eldridge Street Synagogue’s neighborhood was once the heart of the Jewish Lower East Side, today it is a part of a vibrant Chinatown.
After an optional (pay your own) dim sum lunch at Golden Unicorn, we will visit the Resnick & Passlof Foundation, a modern multi-floor gallery in a former synagogue, to view a retrospective of the painter Pat Passlof’ s career, as well as additional galleries within a block of the Foundation.
Learn more about her life and the exhibit here:
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