With Our Thanks:


-Former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz
-Former NY City Councilman Michael C. Nelson

Councilmembers: -Darlene Mealy, Stephen Levin, Chaim Deutsch, David Greenfield

Sponsors:
-Jim Goldman, Charles Diker, Lloyd Handwerker, Hon Alice Fisher Rubin, Lowell Rubin, Raoul Felder bhs-logo2
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The Golem in Brooklyn

October 21 @ 7:30 pm - October 22 @ 11:30 pm

$18
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For centuries the legend grew, frightening some, protecting some, inspiring writers, filmmakers and artists. Join the Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery in celebrating all things GOLEM.

Shoshanna Brombacher, artist, writer and our curator has assembled over forty original works from twenty artists from around the world. We take pride introducing from Croatia, Melita Kraus in her first showing in America.

Klezmer-rock band GOLEM takes the stage at 9:30, the leading re-innovators of Yiddish and Eastern European Music. Golem is not your grandparents klezmer (NPR).

Sponsors Package - $360: get four tickets to each Golem event and a limited edition signed litho.

The GOLEMISH Fun Continues


with special events during the exhibition:

October 21st:

GOLEM in Brooklyn opening reception (free admission)

GOLEM CONCERT (CKI Members $18, $25 for non-members)
*Klezmer-rock band GOLEM takes the stage at 9:30, the leading re-innovaters of Yiddish and Eastern European Music. "Golem is not your grandparents' klezmer" (NPR).

October 29th

Reading - 2:30 PM ($10 suggested donation)
*Morningside Golem, a reading preview of her novel by the well-known author and publicist from the School of the New Ork Times Shira Dicker

November 5th

Play - 2:30 PM ($10)
*A Golem and a Half, an avant-garde play by Elena Zucker. A psychoanalytic mystery story spanning three time periods: present-day NYC, 16th century Prague, and "no time." It interweaves the Golem legend with the story of Liv, a single woman in her late thirties whose dreams are plagued by the presence of a baby chimp.

November 11th

Film and Discussion Panel - 8 PM ($10)
*Screening of the 1920 silent horror film: The Golem, how he came into the World. Accompanying music will be live jam with hometown jazz rocker Yoshie Fruchter. Discussion panel moderated by Shoshannah Brombachner, PhD with Melita Kraus.

Details

Start:
October 21 @ 7:30 pm
End:
October 22 @ 11:30 pm
Cost:
$18
Website:
http://ckibrooklyn.org/events/2017/10/21/golem-in-brooklyn

Venue

CONGREGATION KOL ISRAEL
603 SAINT JOHNS PLACE
Brooklyn, NY 11238 United States
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