European Association for Jewish Culture 



2011 Grant Awards 

Visual Arts

Barbara Loftus (Brighton, UK)
Sigismund's Watch – A Tiny Catastrophe
An exhibition of paintings, graphics, bookwork and documents at the Freud Museum, London, autumn 2011

David Liver (Paris)
Les trois christs : Duo franco-italien de Y Liver
An exhibition with a video as a centrepiece at Salaisons (92), June 2011


Performing Arts


Mark Glanville (London, UK)
Di Sheyne Milnerin
A Yiddish song cycle, arrangements by Alexander Knapp, to be released by Chandos Records and performed internationally



Andrea Iacob (Romania)
Shoah - The survival
A multimedia theatre installation about survival, Theatre Cluj, Romania, April-May 2011

Bente Kahan (Oslo, Norway)
Mendel Rosenbush

A dramatization of Ilse Herlinger's folk tales to be performed at the White Stork Synagogue Centre for Performance and Education in Wroclaw, Poland, November 2011

Julia Pascal (London, UK)
The Return
A play exploring the return of Jews to England in 1656 to be directed by Faynia Williams and performed at the Jewish Museum London, November 2011

Laurence Sendrowicz (Paris)
Les cerises au kirsch
A play to be performed at the Théâtre de la Vieille Grille (Paris) and later in Lausanne, Brucelles and Israël.


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