Which Jewish festivals are celebrated in Berlin? Where can you find the most delicious hummus and what actually is Jewish music? In recent months, students of the Refik Veseli School have researched the exhibition “A Is for Jewish,” asked themselves and other questions, and found their own approaches to the German-Jewish present. In an exhibition rally, they now present their themes to the public. Their stories, experiences, and discoveries reveal an exciting young perspective on the Jewish present and coexistence in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Libeskind Building, ground level, Eric F. Ross Gallery
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin
In cooperation with the artist collective sideviews e. V. and the the Refik Veseli School’s history workshop.
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Events Accompanying the Exhibition: A Is for Jewish (6)
A Is for Jewish
Events related to the exhibition theme.
Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? Queer Jewish Monday Movies
24. Feb 2020
The documentary film by Barak and Tomer Heymann accompanies Saar Maoz, a gay, HIV-positive Israeli, and tells about his life after his coming-out. (UK & Israel, 2016, 84 min, English/Hebrew with English subtitles)
About a Tea Bowl
Discussion with brief presentations about interwoven experiences of post-Soviet Jewish migration, with video recording, in German
27 Nov 2019 (video recording available)
8 to 12 May 2019
Conversations and Interventions in the exhibition »A for Jewish«
From One End to the Other!
12 March, 2 pm & 19 March 2019, 10 am and 2 pm
Exhibition Rally Through the "A Is for Jewish" Exhibition
In Germany – An Exchange
22 February 2019
Performance in the A Is for Jewish Exhibition
The Game of Life
14 December 2018
Come and play in our exhibition A Is for Jewish