Unbounded: Breaking the Chains of Modern Slavery
Thursday, March 7, 7:00pm at Congregation Emanuel
Created by Marta Burton, this concert is a multimedia performance that draws upon the music, historical narratives and images of Jewish and African American experiences of oppression and slavery, to raise awareness of those enslaved globally today. Performances by the brilliant Sheldon Sands, with accompaniment by local musicians and singers. After the performance meet with local representatives of organizations who are working to end current day slavery. Sponsored by Congregation Emanuel, The Spirituals Project and Fresh City Life of the Denver Public Library. At the Central Library, 10 West 14th Avenue, Denver.
Online ticketing is now closed. Please purchase tickets at the door.
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Watch an interview with creator Marta Burton.
The Rare and Magnificent Moss Haggadah
Wednesday, March 13, 1:30 pm
This exceptional work of art by David Moss must be seen to be believed. Moss, one of today’s finest living Judaic artists, revived the marriage ketubah as a major work of art, then turned to illumination and illustration of Jewish texts. In 1983 he was commissioned to create an individual hand-made haggadah — the Moss Haggadah — which became a splendid work created on vellum, containing paper cuts, gold and silver. Rabbi Steven Foster will provide detailed insight for this amazing masterpiece. A delicious kosher charosest tasting will follow the program. Price: $5 person; free for Mizel Museum and Congregation Emanuel. Held at Congregation Emanuel, 51 Grape Street, Denver.
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Yom HaShoah Survivors Panel
Monday, April 8, 6:00 pm
In observance of Yom HaShoah, the Mizel Museum is collaborating with Congregation Rodef Shalom, Temple Emanuel and Temple Sinai to provide a Holocaust survivors panel with opportunities to dialogue between survivors and participants. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.