Friday, June 23, 2017
A dozen international sand sculptors came together recently to create a unique form of art—using 700 tons of Israeli sand.
Creative Action Network and the ADL have teamed up to invite artists all over the world to illustrate refugee stories from across time and geography.
A German court formally authorized the return of two Nazi-looted art works from the collection of the late art collector Cornelius Gurlitt.
Art gracing the walls of the German parliament could be the result of Nazi-looting.
Over the years, students have created dozens of products: costumes that encourage children to move during physical therapy; air-cushioned prosthetic legs with superhero designs; fashionable clothes that people with limited range of movement can easily get on and off.
Darren Aronofsky is fully immersing himself in the story of Noah and the flood.
The exhibition, which took 3 1/2 years to organize, includes some 130 paintings, illustrations and other depictions of menorahs from around the world.
An Israeli artist plans to create a piece that will be beamed up to outer space this year, becoming the first-ever sculpture in space.
The World Jewish Congress is calling on the German government to up efforts to return Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
The settlement allows the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to retain seven pieces of rare German porcelain that were sold in Berlin in 1937 during Nazi-era persecution.

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