• The Whole Shebang (map)
  • 1813 S 11th St
  • Philadelphia, PA, 19148
  • United States

Pay what you can: $8 - $18. Purchase advance tickets here.

7 regional members of the national Jewish Voice for Peace Artist Council will show excerpts of work-in-progress (dance, theater, music and hybrid performances) in an intimate salon at The Whole Shebang. The evenings, lasting 75-90 minutes will include lively discussion about the intersection of art and politics in their work.

July 31st, 7pm
Michi Osato
Morgan Bassichis
Una Osato
Koyt Far Dayn Fardakht (Yonah Adelman and Daniel Rosza Lang-Levitsky) 

August 1st, 7pm
Nicole Bindler
Hadar Ahuvia
Daniel Rosza Lang-Levitsky

The JVP Artist Council is a leadership body of 40 acclaimed artists inspired by Jewish activist and artistic traditions. The Council is made up of Jews and allies who represent a broader network of hundreds of artists and makers. Activist work for a just peace in Israel/Palestine needs artists and cultural workers to help us envision more just and possible futures, not simply what is politically “practical” in this moment. In a political discourse that feels polarized and poisonous, artists are a powerful antidote. Art compels us to question, invites us to remember, provokes us to act.

(photo of Joy Vey by Hadar Ahuvia)