Exhibition featuring works by 30 Bay Area–based contemporary artists reflecting on the Jewish concept of tikkun olam as a phenomenon of care and interconnectedness. Presented by Jewish Silicon Valley and CJM.
Screening of 2021 animated film that follows Anne’s imaginary friend, Kitty, to whom she addressed her diary, manifesting in contemporary Amsterdam. Followed by Q&A with Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman. Presented by Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Jewish Silicon Valley and Oshman Family JCC. For 12 and up. Registration required.
A talk by Mira Z. Amiras about the creative process behind her new book, about the alef-bet and how a child’s curiosity for Torah leads to a hidden story and lifelong journey. Presented by Swig Jewish Studies and Social Justice program and Dept. of Theology and Religious Studies. [email protected]
Screening of 2022 film about Pittsburgh’s powerful community response to hate in the aftermath of 2018 synagogue shooting that killed 11. With a talk by the director. Presented by United Against Hate Week and Not In Our Town. Registration required.