Leah Golberstein (born 1953) is a paper, fiber, and installation artist residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was a faculty member at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design for 10 years and was a founder of the Form + Content Gallery.

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  • Leah Golberstein (born 1953) is a paper, fiber, and installation artist residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was a faculty member at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design for 10 years and was a founder of the Form + Content Gallery. Golberstein identifies as Jewish, has studied Talmud and Jewish history, and much of her work draws upon her Jewish roots. She has been a participant in group exhibits on both Jewish and interfaith themes (Interpretations of Faith, Basilica of St. Mary, 2009; Uncommon Visions: Jewish Textile Artists, Tychman Shapiro Galler, 2011; Jewish Artists' Laboratory Project, Sabes Jewish Community Center, 2013–2014), as well as having developed her own exhibits on themes of faith and interaction of faiths (Uprooted Lights, Form + Content Gallery, 2007 ) (en)
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  • Leah Golberstein (born 1953) is a paper, fiber, and installation artist residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was a faculty member at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design for 10 years and was a founder of the Form + Content Gallery. (en)
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