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
Koyt Far Dayn Fardakht (Yonah Adelman and Daniel Rosza Lang-Levitsky)
August 1st, 7pm
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)