Mr. Stan Lebovic is the son of a holocaust survivor and brings us on a journey through his personal struggle reconciling the destruction of Europe and Torah. His art is grabbing and deep and his message penetrates the heart through this thought provocative presentation.




“In order to avoid confusion, I wanted to illustrate the young arm as embracing the elder. That would alleviate any uncertainty as to whether the arm is being dragged down or pulled up. But I was unable to bring myself to render the piece with the younger generation seen actively ‘helping’ the generation of survivors.
The truth is actually the opposite. All subsequent generations will owe their existence to the survival of the survivors. Therefore, the best I could do is illustrate the closed passive fist of the young generation firmly held by the heroes of the Holocaust.”
— Stan Lebovic

Class Ladies night










Meet 100 friends where intellect meets creativity and presents a most unique perspective of the holocaust.

  • Live music
  • Kebab hors d’oeuvres
  • Cash bar
  • Time to socialize and view the artists thought provoking works on display.

In partnership with Boston 3G.

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$10 per ticket (for a limited time only)

$25 at the door.

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Nov. 14, 7:00 p.m.

Holiday Inn – Brookline
1200 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA

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7:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception with apps

8:15 p.m. A Talk with Stan Lebovic

9:15 p.m. Social hour(s)

“…[a} stunning achievement, a triumph of synthesis, blending art and intellect.”

—  Rabbi Norman Lamm, Yeshiva University

“Powerful and open, probing and bold…this is a brave work…”

—  Dr. Michael Berenbaum, Holocaust Scholar