As part of its 11th Annual Celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture, Charter Oak Cultural Center is pleased to present an artist talk with Kim Sobel about her recent exhbition, “Cut: Collages and Paintings” on Thursday, May 12 from 6:00-8:00 pm, and the show will be on view through May 27.
Kim Sobel was raised in Vermont and received her BA from Hampshire College. She continued her education in New York, where she received an MS from Bank Street College and an MFA from Hunter College, CUNY. In 2002, she moved to Connecticut where she currently resides.
Sobel has shown her work locally, in New York City, and internationally. Most recently, Sobel has shown at Five Points Gallery with Mia Westerlund Roosen, Torrington, CT; 490 Atlantic curated by Harriet Korman, Brooklyn, NY; and Artspace, Hartford, CT. Sobel taught painting at the New School in New York, as well as watercolor at Manchester Community College, Manchester, CT. In 2010, she received an Artist Fellowship Grant from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, and in 1998, was awarded a William GRAF Travel Abroad Scholarship from Hunter College. For more information about Kim Sobel, visit her website: http://kimsobel.com.