Association for Jewish Culture
of performances and exhibitions
22 January - 10 February 2003
Project 2, an exhibition of paintings by David Breuer-Weil at the
8 January - 10 February 2003
Depot, exhibition of paintings by Emil Fur at the Jewish Museum and Archives,
- 12 April 2003
Crossing Jerusalem, a play by Julia Pascal at The Tricycle Theatre, London.
March - May 2003
Company of Angels—The Story of Charlotte Salomon, a play by Bob
Frith, touring venues in Manchester, London, Bath, Portsmouth and Norwich.
7 April 2003
Songs of the Ghetto, a performance of songs with music by Marek
Czerniewicz at Atelier Theatre, Warsaw, 9 April
in Krakow, 10 April in Lublin,
12 April in Wroclaw,
14 April in Gdynia and
26 April in Berlin.
22 April - 17 May 2003
Excursion 68, an exhibition of photographs by Marian Hirschorn at
Huset i Magstraede, Copenhagen.
29 May - 5 June 2003
A Shed, the Demon from Tishevitz, a play by Olek Mincer at
the Metateatro, Rome.
May - 8 June 2003
Stenclmusic, music theatre inspired by the Yiddish poet Avrom Stencl.
This presentation of the work-in-progress by the composer Rachel Stott,
poet Stephen Watts and clarinettist/performance artist Neyire Ashworth,
was performed at the Swaledale Festival, Leyburn, Yorkshire, UK. It will
be premiered in Spitalfields, London, early in 2004 and will be presented
again at the 2004 Swaledale Festival.
17 - 24 August
Well Dressed, Well Spoken, a documentary film produced by Jon
Haukeland, Tore Vallan and Hanne Myren to be shown at the Haugesund
International Film Festival, Norway.
The sixth international Jewish Summer Festival in Budapest: a week-long
festival beginning end of August 2003. For information visit www.jewishfestival.hu
Trans-Formations: History in the
Present, an exhibition of scrolls and photographs by Charlie Citron
at the Portuguese Synagogue, Amsterdam.
2 - 3 November
Alphabet Music, a new composition by
Giovanni Mancuso will be premiered at Teatro Groggia, Venice and performed
by Laboratorio Novamusica with vocalists Raiz and Pietro Tonolo as guest
The Ceremony, a workshop production
of a new play by Eva Hoffman, directed by Helena Kaut-Howson, at the Soho
grants awarded for Jewish culture/
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/
of performances and exhibitions/Grants for 2003