The Sydney Jewish Museum is proud to launch Year of the Dragon, authored by Nicky Gluch and illustrated by Leni Kae; a story written for the younger reader based on the story of Holocaust survivor Ilse Charny.

Ilse escaped from Vienna with her family to Shanghai during World War II. She bases Year of the Dragon on her life as a child in the Shanghai ghetto. As a child, Ilse first perceived the Nazis as dragons, and then the Japanese as dragons–and Ilse herself was born in the Chinese year of the dragon.

Nicky Gluch and Ilse will both speak about the story and the process of writing Year of the Dragon.

Wednesday 4 September
2.30pm | FREE

Sydney Jewish Museum
148 Darlinghurst Road
Darlinghurst, NSW
Australia 2010
+61 2 9360 7999
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This is a free event but bookings are essential.

Posted on August 12, 2019

Sydney artist Leni Kae’s work ‘Find Me In a Field of Peonies’ has been selected for the 2019 Kennedy Prize Foundation’s Choice exhibition.

Each year the Kennedy Arts Foundation members invite an entrant to exhibit their artwork in an exhibition at the Kennedy Prize. This year the theme of the prize and exhibition was ‘Beauty’. Leni Kae’s entry artwork , a red toned abstract landscape painting, symbolizes walking through flower fields. Emotionally, it represents walking through memories of romance and romantic beginnings.

2019 Kennedy Prize Exhibition Launch:
Fri 30th August at 7pm

Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Level One, corner North Terrace & Kintore Avenue, Adelaide SA

Posted on August 11, 2019

Leni Kae’s artwork ‘Winter Walk Along Bushrangers Bay’ will be exhibited in Southern Buoy Studios’ inaugural 2019 Mornington Peninsula Landscape Exhibition.

The exhibition is in celebration of Mornington Peninsula scenery; with a prize awarded to the best landscape/ seascape painting.

Winter Walk Along Bushrangers Bay is painted in watercolour, acrylic paint and oil pastel on canvas (76cm x 61cm). In her work, Kae uses line work to express the energetic connection between nature and the elements; whilst also examining the connection between nature and the human emotional landscape. The artwork will be available for sale for the duration of the exhibition

OPENING NIGHT | Mornington Peninsula Landscape Exhibition
31 August Opening Night (ticketed event). Winner will be announced on opening night.

Ticket Information coming soon

Posted on August 10, 2019