European Association for Jewish Culture 



European Association for Jewish Culture 


Calendar of performances and exhibitions

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15 January – 15 February
Only a Lilac Tree Remains… exhibition of paintings and graphic work by Janusz Marciniak at Arsenal Gallery, Poznan and installation Atlantis at the Municipal Swimming Pool in Poznan.

'Atlantis’ installation by Janusz Marciniak

20-27 March 2004
Tschik Tschak Festival of Contemporary Jewish Arts, Vienna.
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22 April – 6 June
Passageways, exhibition of Karel Cudlin photographs curated by Michaela Hajkova, at the Robert Guttmann Gallery, Jewish Museum in Prague.

24-27 April 2004
International Conference on The Future of Jewish Heritage in Europe, Prague.
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May 2004
Moses Beyond
, a dance drama with choreography by Robert Turan, Gyor Ballet Company, Gyor, Hungary.

27 October
Destination Unknown, premiere of composition by Bartosz Chajdecki-Heideman, performed by Quadriga Chamber Orchestra directed by Piotr Sulkowski at the Centre for Jewish Culture, Kazimierz, Krakow, Poland.

Quadriga Chamber Orchestra performing ‘Destination Unknown’

19 November – 19 December
Voluntary Memory: imagining the invisible past exhibition curated by Alona Pardo and Miranda Lopatkin at the Austrian Cultural Forum, London.

27 November
Haggada Klezmer Symphony, premiere of the composition by Jozsef Balogh at Hosok temploma (Heroes Temple), Budapest.

11 December
Dimmi (Tell me), workshop presentation of the play by Laura Forti a Teatro di Bucine, Bucine (Tuscany), Italy.

17-18 December
Making Stalin Laugh, workshop presentation of the play by David Schneider at the Actors Centre, London.


Newsletter Home/First 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/ Calendar of performances and exhibitions/Grants for 2003