All programs are free and open to the public.
Complimentary shuttle service between Jenkintown Wyncote station and Beth Sholom is available for all Sunday programming.
Activations are organized by Jean Bernard Cerin and feature Jewish, African American, and Caribbean music from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Leah Claiborne, piano
Architect Sharon Johnston and artist Stephen Prina join David Hartt for a conversation about art, architecture, and The Histories (Le Mancenillier).
Martin Neron, piano
Andrea Salazar, soprano
Igor Correa, tenor
Jean Bernard Cerin, baritone
Veena Kulkarni-Rankin, piano
Mark Livshits, piano
*This FREE screening takes place at Lightbox Film Center, 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
For the making of La Région Centrale, conceptual artist Michael Snow had a special camera constructed by a technician at the National Film Board in Canada. Designed to automate the recording of a remote mountain landscape in Northern Quebec, the 16-mm camera was programmed to move in multiple directions -- horizontally, vertically, laterally, or in a spiral -- and at varying speeds. The film informs David Hartt’s approach to landscape in The Histories (Le Mancenillier). Please register here.