Shirah Rubin is an artist, educator, and consultant working from a studio in Boston, MA. She creates sculpture, installations, socially engaged community-based art and public art. With over twenty years of experience teaching art to adults, high school students, elementary school students, toddlers and families, Shirah has a keen understanding of creativity and human development. As a result, she is able to inspire and challenge participants accordingly. Shirah founded Co-Imagine Arts,which supports leaders, group organizers, and participants in utilizing the arts as a transformative tool for creativity, personal growth, and community engagement. She tailors her unique arts workshops to the custom needs of diverse groups and individuals.
Wisdom Exchange Community Art Project
The Wisdom Exchange Project Closing Showcase
May 22, 2022
1 - 2:30 PM EDT
RSVP encouraged here
This will also be the last chance to see the show. A community celebration featuring the sharing of communities’ letters of wisdom, with music by Nat Seelen’s Wisdom Ensemble.
Annex Gallery @ Brookline Art Center
86 Monmouth St.
I’ll also be at the gallery on Friday, May 13th from 11 AM - 1:30 PM and 2:30 - 4:30 PM if you would like to meet. Please let me know you’re coming or email to arrange a different appointment.
Raw Emotion: Vignettes of Motherhood
Opening Event May 15th 12- 2 PM
Visit my work, “The Listening Chair”
Jameson & Thompson
18 Bartlett Sq.
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Open Monday-Friday 9-5, Thursday until 8, and Saturday 10-5.
Listening Chair Sculpture
by Shirah Rubin
Video by Eliora Ancowitz
I created this piece for my family to be used before specific Jewish holidays associated with remembrance - yizkor. The video intersperses videos of my childhood with those of my children, in this case curated and edited by my 12-year-old daughter. I am interested in how these videos preserve memory and spark a dialogue of reminiscing.
Come to the opening at Raw Emotion on 5/15 at Jameson & Thompson Gallery at 18 Bartlett Square in Jamaica Plain, Boston.
Centennial Art Exhibition
"Remember. Renew. Reimagine."
On view now through June 14
Hebrew College Ted Cutler Atrium
My sculptural series, “Shedding,” explores the intersection between art and spirituality, which I created as part of my counting ritual during the Omer.
Sponsored by the Hebrew College Arts Initiative
A special exhibit to honors Hebrew College’s 100th anniversary and celebrate artistic voices, images, and expressions inspired by Torah.