European Association for Jewish Culture 




2005 Grant Awards 
(artist, title, medium, venue)

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Performing Arts: new works for the stage

Leon Blank (Huddinge, Sweden), Jewish Dances to Klezmer Music, RfoD/Stallet Theatre Company, Stockholm

Deborah Gzesch and Kari Rakkola (Vienna, Austria), The Bound Man, visual theatre play, international festivals in Warsaw and St Petersburg

Jane Liddell-King (Cambridge, UK) Seeing the Light, Chutzpah Theatre Company at the ABC Playhouse, Cambridge

György George Kozma (Budapest, Hungary) Herzl: The Fugitive at Vidam Szinpad Theatre, Budapest

Manuelle Lotz (Paris, France), Le journal d'une folle (Diary of a madwoman) at Théâtre Dejazet, Paris

Nicola Mascia and Matan Zamir (Berlin, Germany), Under, choreography, Sasha Waltz and guests dance company at Sophiensaele, Berlin

Adrian Schvarzstein (Barcelona, Spain), Klezmer Circus at Ateneu de Nou Barris and on tour in Spain.

Jiri Srnec (Prague, Czech Republic) Franz Kafka's Aphorisms at Black Light Theatre, Prague

Performing Arts: music composition

Amit Arieli (Florence, Italy), New Old Klezmer, series of concerts round Italy and CD recording, Ethnoworld S.R.L, Milan

Omer Arieli (Vienna, Austria), Yaakov, concert and live recording, Festival Jüdische Festwochen at the Jewish Museum Auditorium, Vienna

Lubomir Denev (Sofia, Bulgaria), Caïn, opera and CD recording, Jewish Cultural Centre, Sofia and Kanev Audio-Publishing Company, Sofia

Burton Greene (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Klezmokum: Ancient and Newer Roots, CD recording, BV Haast, Amsterdam


Visual Arts: exhibitions of new work

Monika Bulaj (Lombardo, Italy), Jewish Spirituality Beyond the Borders of Fortress Europe, photography, Palazzo Blumenstihl, Polish Institute, Rome and on tour

Silvia Dzubas (Berlin, Germany), The Ladder in the Sky, pigment and acrylics, Moses Mendelsohn Academy, Halberstadt

Zafer Galibov (Sofia, Bulgaria), The Street, photography, Gallery of the Ministry of Culture, Sofia

Glenn Sujo, (London, UK), Germinations and other recent works, etchings, drypoints and acquatints, University of Northumbria Art Gallery, Newcastle; Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem; West London Synagogue, London

Harald Wolff (Paris, France), The Twelve Tribes, oil paintings, Gallery Christof Horschik, Dresden


Documentary Films

David Mauas (Barcelona, Spain), Who Killed Walter Benjamin…


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