Published: Oct. 30, 2015

Judd SchiffmanOn behalf of Judd Schiffman, MFA student in Art and Art History at CU-Boulder, the Program in Jewish Studies is pleased to invite you to Schiffman's MFA thesis exhibition, BECAUSE IT COULD GET INFECTED, which opens on Friday, November 6th and runs until Thursday, November 19th, 2015.  

Judd Schiffman’s studio research focuses on his own identity as it relates to contemporary Jewish American culture. His ceramic wall objects draw from diverse sources such as Seinfeld, Philip Roth, historical Jewish artifacts, family history and his own internal dialogue.  In his thesis exhibition, BECAUSE IT COULD GET INFECTED, Schiffman will exhibit 15 handmade ceramic objects including a giant tube of Cortizone cream, a menorah, and a challah on wheels, each accompanied by a “spiel” which tells the story of the object,

Exhibit Opening Friday, November 6th 2015 from 6:00PM - 8:00PM
The Jensdotter Project, 5470 Conestoga Ct, Boulder, CO (720) 256-3021

Judd received a 2015 Barry and Sue Baer Graduate Fellowship and a Menorah Jewish Arts Grant to support the creation of his exhibition.

More information about Schiffman's MFA Thesis Exhibition