"Andrea spoke to our group of college students about her work with the CORAI Project; the clarity of her vision, and the ease with which it explains the complicated topic of representation in art (history) are invaluable. I think everyone left the session feeling like they can (and should) take action." Carly Romeo, SoapBox Inc. Programs and Creative Director, on the June 2017 presentation for Feminist Camp.
"Andrea Iaroc threads a sophisticated narrative of the Hebraic Lilith with the witchcraft of the late Middle Ages, and further interstitches Latin American surrealists known as "las tres brujas." She crafts an interdisciplinary glimpse into the history of women's identity and, like a mist before an image, we are left craving for more. Perhaps, this strategic temptation into deeper understanding is witchcraft in itself — one to be reveled and witnessed." Alexander Sullivan, Academic Writer and Community Advocate, on the August 2016 Lilith, Witches, and Surrealist Artists in Latin America lecture
"Andrea Iaroc's presentation on Jewish women artists' interpretation of Jewish symbolism, religion and culture, is well-researched, fascinating and illuminating. Illustrated with colorful images and stories from her interviews with the artists, Iaroc’s delivery is warm, fresh, accessible and engaging. She can speak to the art-lovers, academics and artists in all of us." – Pamela Lavitt, SJCC Cultural Arts & Seattle Jewish Film Festival Director and Joyce Rivkin, SJCC Volunteer Program Curator on the June 2015 Jewish Art | Contemporary Women lecture
"A brilliant and charming woman... thank you for a wonderful lecture" Ursula R. on the 2014 Looted Art: The story of the Działyńska Collection gold-glass bases lecture.
"Andrea, thank you for a very interesting and enjoyable lecture." Lois Gaylord, Master Craftswoman and Fiber Artist, on the 2012 Jewish Art: Symbology lecture.
"Andrea's lecture at Temple Beth Am was scholarly, thoughtful, informing and presented with a great feeling for the subject matter" Philip Levine, Figurative Sculptor, on the 2012 Jewish Art: Symbology lecture.
"Andrea showed a great command of her subject matter as well as a passion for art. She also created a hunger for seeing more of the lesser known (Jewish) contemporary artists..." Ellen Hendin, Coordinator Endless Opportunities | Jewish Family Service, on the 2012 Jewish Art: Symbology lecture.