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Landau Exhibit Related Programs
October 12th, October 26th, November 9th, December 7th 

Landau Exhibit Upcoming Programs
1:00 pm
OPENING RECEPTION:  exhibit -JACOB LANDAU AND HIS CIRCLE / performance:  CAROLYN DORFMAN DANCE COMPANCY - See below for more information about the Dance Company.


2:00 pm

WORKSHOP:  DANCING WITH YOUR PAINTBRUSH - presented by JOANNE LEONE, a teacher and artist for 35 years, who will be demostrating Landau's technique and approach.  Supplies will be provided.  RSVP at joanneleone@hotmail.com / 973-818-1912.


2:00 pm

GALLERY WALK AND TALK - by David Herrstrom, President of the Jacob Landau Institute 


1:00 pm

CLOSING RECEPTION AND PANEL DISCUSSION:  Personal Reflections on Jacob Landau by Landau's students - Eleta Caldwell, Gladys Grauer, Joanne Leone, Jack McGovern, and Myron Wasserman.



Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company:  Known as a creator of evocative dances that reflect her concerns about the human condition, Dorfman is interested in creating "worlds" into which the audience can enter. CDDC's high energy and technically demanding repertory uses movement as metaphor to take audiences on what one reviewer described as "intellectual and emotional journeys." She has created stunning pieces that reflect a spirit and passion for life, people and truth, survival and renewal. Hailed as the consummate storyteller, Dorfman, a child of Holocaust survivors, has also created a celebrated body of work that honors her Jewish legacy; its trials and triumphs, its treasured uniqueness and, most importantly, its universal connections.
Since founding her Company, Dorfman has created more than 60 works for her 10 member ensemble, which appears at major theaters, dance festivals, universities and schools regionally, nationally and internationally and is lauded for its artistry and exceptional arts education and community programming. The Company, described by critics as "ingenious" (The Star-Ledger) and "emotionally resonant" (The New York Times), presents new and repertory works by Ms. Dorfman and regularly commissions original scores and artistic collaborations.