Uzi Buzgalo painting
Scope and Contents
The Uzi Buzgalo painting consists of one oil painting on canvas titled Flower of Language.
- Buzgalo, Uzi (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Uzi Buzgalo was born in Afula, Israel. He was the first deaf child in the town. He used drawing as a way to communicate with his family and others. Uzi attended the Jerusalem School for the Deaf from childhood through adolescence. At the age of 11, Uzi began studying art at the Museum of Israel in Jerusalem. From 1973 to 1975, he studied lithography and sculpture at the Art Museum of Tel-Aviv. After this, he continued studying art in an art residency program, Ein Yod, in Haifa. In addition, he danced with a professional dance company, Kol Demama (sound-silence) which is internationally known for its Deaf and hearing dancers. They traveled all over the world for years. From Deafart.org http://www.deafart.org/Biographies/Uzi_Buzgalo/uzi_buzgalo.html
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The collection consists of an oil painting by Uzi Buzgalo, an Israeli deaf artist, titled Flower of Language.
Collection consists of one painting.
Located in the RADSCC on 1st floor of The Wallace Center.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The painting was purchased by Joan Naturale, NTID Librarian
Accession number(s): 2011:047
Finding aid created by Lisa Witt in June 2014.
- Uzi Buzgalo painting
- RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
- Lisa Witt
- 11 June 2014
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