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2002

1 - 10 February 2002
Jingele o Maidele, choreography by Ari and Hagit Rosenzweig, (Copenhagen, Denmark) on tour in five Danish cities then 1-2 March 2002 at Dansescenen, Copenhagen, 10-12 July 2003 at Santa Barbara Dance Festival, USA and 10-13 August 2003 at Skirball Center, Los Angeles.

16, 17, 28 March 2002 and in repertory
Ghetto, (ballet for 25 dancers) choreography and direction Mario Piazza (Italy); at the National Opera & Ballet, Sofia, Bulgaria, and later in Milan (to be confirmed)

25 March 2002
The Golem, a musical play by András Almási-Tóth (Budapest, Hungary), Budapest Operetta Theatre in the framework of the Budapest Spring Festival

9 - 25 April 2002
The Song of Songs Today (charcoal on paper), exhibition of new work by László Egyed at the Bartok 32 Gallery, Budapest

Assimilants, dissimilants, exhibition of sculpture by Zsuzsa Lóránt at the Bartok 32 Gallery, Budapest

'Catafalque',
sculpture by Zsuzsa Lorant

30 April - 2 June 2002
Le Rire de David
, a play by Victor Haďm at Espace Rachi, Paris.

21 May - 2 June 2002
My Mosaic Mosaics
, exhibition of work by Hannah Spliid at the Galerie die Werkstatt, Copenhagen.



My Mosaic Mosaics,
an exhibition of oil paintings
 by the Danish artist Hannah Spliid

5 June - 15 September 2002
The Jews of Iran
, exhibition of photographs by Pierre Abensur at the Museum of Jewish Art and History, Paris.

13 June 2002
Trying to Be,
reading of a play by Sam Boardman-Jacobs at the Soho Theatre, London and on 15 June at Chapter Arts, Cardiff.

23 June 2002 - December 2003
Jewish Life in Amsterdam 1999-2002
, exhibition of photographs by Pauline Prior, curated by Anita Frank at the Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam.


©Pauline Prior - Anita Frank

8 - 22 October 2002
Heritage: Echoes, Traces, Memories,
an exhibition of paintings by Mira Zelechower-Aleksiun at the Centre for Theatre & Practice in Gardziennice, Lublin, Poland and in November at the historic Synagogue Hall, Wroclaw.

'Everything is connected' by Mira Zelechower-Aleksiun

14 October 2002
Company of Angels—The Story of Charlotte Salomon
, a play by Bob Frith, a Horse & Bamboo Theatre Company production at the EM Forster Theatre in Tonbridge, and on tour in the UK:


Life or theatre? by Charlotte Salomon
(Collection JHM ©The Charlotte Salomon Foundation)

October
16 The Barn Theatre, Darlington
17 Queen Elizabeth Hall Theatre, Bristol
19 Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury
21 College Theatre, Eastbourne
25 Civic Theatre, Chelmsford
30 The Ridings, Winterbourne
31 Phoenix Theatre, Exeter 
November
2 Bournemouth
7 The Citadel Arts Centre, St Helens
8 The Arts Centre, Southport
13 Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston
14 Melton Mowbray Theatre, Leicester
19 Charter Theatre, Preston
20 The Roses, Ormskirk
21 Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham
22 Theatre in the Mill, Bradford
27 Arts Centre, Bridgewater
28 The Arc, Trowbridge
30 St Mary's in the Castle, Hastings
December
4 The Old Town Hall Arts Centre, Hemel Hempstead
7-8 Square Chapel Theatre, Halifax

30 - 31 October 2002
Yonah
, narrative theatre with music, a play by Enrico Fink at Teatro Verdi, Arezzo, 3 November at Teatro Puccini, Florence, 9 January 2003 at Teatro Bicchieraia, Arezzo, 27 January at Teatro Regio, Torino, 30 January at Auditorium Comunale, Montevarchi and May 2003 at Skirball Center, Los Angeles.

10 - 24 November 2002
Re-Generation
s, video and photography by Miranda Lopatkin (London) at the Meshulash Group Exhibition in Berlin.

30 November - 30 December 2002
Haggadah
, etchings by Rachel Koskas at the Galerie Niesgawer, Paris

9 - 30 November 2002
Homage to Radnóti Miklós
, installation by Kyra Munk Matustikova at the At Home Gallery, Samorin, Slovakia.

From 'Hommage to Radnoti' series
by Kyra Munk Matustikova

 

3 November - 31 December 2002
Gravestones
a part of Jewish Heritage, drawings and calligraphy by Annie Winblad Jakubowski at the Jewish Museum, Stockholm.


 

 



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Ghetto: a life-affirming new ballet/Jingele o Maidele: a dance allegory/Personal perspectives/The Golem comes to life on a Budapest stage/Introducing the grant winners/ Calendar of performances and exhibitions/Grants for 2003