What’s Not to Like?

The Workmen’s Circle and Jewish Current presents

Jews, Arts, and Activism

How do Jewish identity, art, and commitments of conscience intersect?

This question will be explored in panels and performances at Jews, Arts, and Activism, a conference presented by Jewish Currents magazine and The Workmen’s Circle / Arbeter Ring. Featuring a dizzying cast of cutting-edge artists: Daniel Blacksberg ∙ Lawrence Bush ∙ Adrienne Cooper ∙ Ian Dreiblatt ∙ Jewlia Eisenberg ∙ Sara Felder ∙ Lisa Gallatin ∙ Jerry Goralnick and Lois Kagan Mingus ∙ Nada Gordon ∙ Susan Griss ∙ Vanessa Hidary ∙ Irena Klepfisz ∙ Psoy Korolenko ∙ Jennifer Miller ∙ Jenny Romaine ∙ Basya Schechter ∙ Conference Organizer: Dana Schneider

Conference and Party: Sunday, October 28 at 45 East 33rd Street (6 train to 33)

Join us for the Conference at 2 pm

Stay for the Evening Program at 6:30 pm

Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and astounding live acts.

At the cocktail reception/benefit performance The Moishe Katz Award for Contributions to Yiddish Culture and Jewish Secularism will be presented to Peter Pepper, labor activist and WC/AR President.

The price of admission is $30 for WC/AR members, $36 for non-members ($18 workshops or evening only).

With questions, for more information, or to register please contact Dana Schneider at (212) 889-6800 ext 271 or dschneider@circle.org.



2 thoughts on “What’s Not to Like?

  1. Rodney, a report to follow when my medicine kicks in. I still feel like a dishrag, and the thought of an extended analytical narrative terrifies me.Many things to report on in any case — butoh festival, Segue readings, etc.NI did introduce myself to Jewlia, though. She was swell!

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