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"Light From the Yellow Star: Art Faith Humanity"

"Light From the Yellow Star: Art Faith Humanity"

8 p.m. Monday, March 14, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.

"Remain Humane Even in Inhumane Circumstances." The University of St. Thomas Symphonic Wind Ensemble will present "Light From the Yellow Star: Art Faith Humanity," featuring the world premiere performance of a St. Thomas-commissioned work by Boris Pigovat. Also featured will be the St. Paul City Ballet. Dr. Robert Fisch will provide art and commentary.

General admission is $6; admission is free for St. Thomas students (with ID). This event is part of interfaith art pARTners, a Twin Cities festival.

For further information click here.

Also visit:

The Value of One Life
Minnesota History Center
On view Jan. 15 - April 10, 2011

Tragedy, for some, can be a roadblock; but for others, it's a part of the journey. Dr. Robert O. Fisch is a Minnesotan pediatrician, visual artist and Holocaust survivor. He is a living example of overcoming catastrophic life circumstances to reach joy and success.

This is the theme of the new exhibit "The Value of One Life," conceived by Dr. Fisch and developed by the Minnesota History Center.

For more on Dr. Fisch please visit his CHGS page.
To view Light from the Yellow Star click here.