11th October 2015
Beverley-Jane Stewart will give a glimpse into her unique style of visual story telling and the challenges of Jewish identity in Britain today in an historic context. She will also show a selection of other work, narrating the story of the Jews from past to present. The will also be a 30 minute Q&A session.
16th January 2016
Award winning artist, Beverley-Jane Stewart will present, ‘From Past to Present’; a fusion of fact, emotion and art. As part of the Cafe Philo Lecture Series, Beverley-Jane will give a glimpse into her unique style of visual storytelling, narrating the story of the Jews from past to present, showing how Jewish heritage operates in a contemporary society. She will present a selection of her work including her latest painting on Sir Moses Montefiore, the Story of the East End, Medieval Lincoln and others. Beverley-Jane has an honours degree in Education and Art from London University and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Her work can be seen at www.beverleyjanestewart.com.
18th June 2015
Guest speaker Beverley-Jane Stewart will be speaking on ‘From past to present: A fusion of fact, emotion and art’ as part of the Michael Sobell Lecture Series.
1st October 2014, 2pm
Beverley-Jane will be doing a visual presentation entitled ‘An artist’s interpretation on how Jews have kept their identity in an English society’ at the London Jewish Cultural Centre at 2pm on 1st October.
Saturday 20th September - Sunday 21st September 2014
In support of the Chatham Memorial synagogue, the Chatham Jewish Congregation is holding a two day Arts Festival in September, a showcase for the cultural side of the community. Beverley-Jane’s painting of Chatham synagogue will be available to buy on printed greetings cards, with proceeds going to the charity. Read Beverley-Jane’s blog her about her Chatham painting: