Yom HaShoah: Honoring Jewish Resilience and Storytelling

Yom HaShoah: Honoring Jewish Resilience and Storytelling

Recorded LIVE on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 8:00 PM

Our series launch will feature four international artist-educators in a roundtable conversation about storytelling and Jewish resilience. Weaving together inspiring multimedia from each panelist’s body of work, these artists will engage in powerful conversation about the importance of paying tribute and preserving and elevating cultural memory—from the past into the future. Marshall Duke, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology, Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Atlanta, Georgia; Jon Adam Ross, co-founding artist of In[heir]itance Project; and Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar, co-founders of Mi Polin, Warsaw, Poland will be together in conversation with Randy Ellen Lutterman, vice president, development and arts & culture at JCC Association of North America.    

 

JFest is powered by funds granted by The Covenant Foundation with additional support from The Pertzik Fund for Arts and Culture. 


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Our series launch will feature four international artist-educators in a roundtable conversation about storytelling and Jewish resilience. Weaving together inspiring multimedia from each panelist’s body of work, these artists will engage in powerful conversation about the importance of paying tribute and preserving and elevating cultural memory—from the past into the future. Marshall Duke, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology, Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Atlanta, Georgia; Jon Adam Ross, co-founding artist of In[heir]itance Project; and Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar, co-founders of Mi Polin, Warsaw, Poland will be together in conversation with Randy Ellen Lutterman, vice president, development and arts & culture at JCC Association of North America.    

 

JFest is powered by funds granted by The Covenant Foundation with additional support from The Pertzik Fund for Arts and Culture.