Join the Program in Jewish Studies at CU-Boulder, Congregation Har HaShem, Jewish Movers and the Mizel Museum for an evening that will examine the work of Russian-American photographer Roman Vishniac. Constituting the most widely recognized and reproduced images of Jewish life in Eastern Europe before the Holocaust, Vishniak’s photographs shape our memory of that vanished world, yet only a small selection of his images has ever been printed or published. Curator Maya Benton will discuss the process of establishing the Vishniac archive at ICP and will present recently discovered work, including never-before-seen moving film footage. At Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline, Boulder. Free but reservations are required and space is limited. For reservations contact Jamie Polliard at 303-492-7143 or email@example.com.