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Digital Word 2021: Meet the Grantees

Sun Aug 8 11:00 am - 12:30 pm PDT
Event Details
Experience the great next projects of the Jewish art world! Meet this year’s winners and explore their innovative creations.
Click here to learn more about the grantees and their projects.

Note: This is a 90-minute event running on Sunday, 8/8/2021 @ 11am-12:30pm PDT. Upon completed registration, your Zoom invitation will be emailed to you 7 days prior to the start time.

ONLINE EVENT: We are grateful for contributions that help support our continued artist development. We encourage you to make a gift of $18 dollars to continue our work to cultivate and develop Jewish arts and culture.

Word: Bruce Geller Memorial Prize is an annual award designed to support projects that consider meeting points between Jewish ideas and ideals, contemporary practice and texts. This year’s theme is FORGIVENESS, and AJU’s Institute for Jewish Creativity is pleased to support the creation of new projects that approach Jewish culture from a variety of perspectives, in terms of discipline, context and thematic elements.

Responding to changing conditions in the world, this is the first year in which submissions were accepted for digital projects that can be experienced worldwide.

Join us online to celebrate the grantees and explore the next great projects of the Jewish art world!

Cost: Free
Host: Dr. Rotem Rozental

Dr. Rotem Rozental is the Chief Curator of the American Jewish University in Los Angeles, where she serves as the Assistant Dean of the Whizin Center for Continuing Education and the Director of the Institute for Jewish Creativity. In these roles, Rotem works with and mentors artists throughout various stages of their careers, while spearheading annual exhibition spaces, cultural programming, a growing network of Jewish artists in Los Angeles, cross-city collaborations, institutional collections, educational initiatives and various projects around performing and visual arts. Rotem also mentored artists and organized exhibitions internationally, and her writings and scholarly texts appeared in publications such as Artforum.com, Philosophy of Photography and Tablet.