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Saturday, October 26, 2013
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA

Presenting new work by three artists, Work in Progress: Considering Utopia encourages visitors to consider the concept of utopia both in a Jewish context and from a contemporary perspective that emphasizes community and participation:

  • Oded Hirsch feature members of the artist’s kibbutz engaging in communal activities.
  • Ohad Meromi’s striking sculptural installation inspired by the Chadar Ochel [dining hall] of the kibbutz encourages discussions about the meaning of utopia today.
  • Elisheva Biernoff’s interactive magnet painting allows visitors to construct their own utopian vista.

 

 WHEN

Saturday, October 26, 2013 11:00 AM

WHERE

Contemporary Jewish Museum

736 Mission Street

San Francisco, California

For information regarding this event: visit the Contemporary Jewish Museum’s website:

www.thecjm.org

There are limited tickets and are first-come, first-serve basis.

Interested participants must RSVP by Wednesday, 10/23/13.

 

GETTING THERE:

Muni 14-Mission bus line is the most direct going to the museum. Other multiple Muni lines on Market Street and are within walking distance to the museum.

 

For future events, contact:

Roland Wong

Community Activities Coordinator

Independent Living Center San Francisco

(415) 543-6222

Email: Roland@ilrcsf.org

Website: https://www.ilrcsf.org/events