AN ART AND MEMORY DAY - LA VIE QUI EST EN ELLES

ACCOMPANIED BY A "VIOLIN OF HOPE"

28 באפריל 2019, 9:00 - 18:00 
גילמן 496 Gilman 
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AN ART AND MEMORY DAY - LA VIE QUI EST EN ELLES

LA VIE QUI EST EN ELLES

SUNDAY 28 APRIL 2019 - 9h00 to 18h00

AN ART AND MEMORY DAY

ACCOMPANIED BY A "VIOLIN OF HOPE"

Free entrance

 

9h00 : Welcome

9h30 : Welcome speeches : Prof. Nadine Kuperty-Tsur, Tel Aviv University and

Karine Baranès-Bénichou, Association Women in Art and Jewish Memory

I. Three interrupted fates

Chair : Prof. Renée Poznanski, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

10h00 -10h30 : Mariette Job, Hélène Berr's niece and editor of her diary :

"Hélène Berr, A stolen life"

10h30 - 11h00 : Prof. Klaas Smelik, EHOC, The Netherlands : "Etty Hillesum,

her life, writings and vision"

11h00 - 11h30 : Frans Weisz, film Director, The Netherlands : "Charlotte

Salomon : 'It's my whole life'"

11h30 - 12h00 : Break

Chair: Dr. Sylvie Housiel, Tel Aviv University

12h00 - 12h30 : Karine Baranès-Bénichou, Association Women in Art and Jewish

Memory : "The sound of happiness in Hélène Berr's diary "

12h30 - 13h00 : Marianna Vasileva, Conservatories of St-Petersbourg, Vienna,

Cologne, plays the 1st sonate en ré mineur by J.S. Bach on a Violin of Hope

13h00 : Buffet offered by the Israel Discount Bank

II. Heritage and transmission

Chair : Prof. Nadine Kuperty-Tsur, Tel Aviv University

14h30 - 15h00 : Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg, Dept. of Art, Yad Vashem

Museum, Jerusalem : "Charlotte Salomon at Villefranche"

15h00 - 15h30 : Rav Daniel Epstein, Matan Institut, Jerusalem : "Etty

Hillesum : Opening oneself to Infinity when the world is closing"

15h30 - 16h00 : "Death and the Maiden" short documentary by Yael

Lotem, Tel Aviv University, Prize DocAviv 2014

16h00 - 16h30 : Break

Chair : Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg, Dept. of Art, Yad Vashem Museum,

Jerusalem

16h30 - 17h15 : Mariette Job, Prof. Klaas Smelik and Frans Weisz :

Ronde table "Heritage and transmission"

17h15 - 18h00 : Mariette Job tells the story of Hélène Berr's violin.

Amnon Weinstein tells the story of the Violins of Hope.

Marianna Vasileva, Conservatories of St-Petersbourg, Vienna, Cologne,

plays the 1st sonate en ré mineur by J.S. Bach on a Violin of Hope

 

rsvp.memory@gmail.com

Translation English/French

ETTY HILLESUM CHARLOTTE SALOMON HֹLָNE BERR

With the support of the Jacqueline de Romilly Foundation, under the

auspices of the Foundation of France

https://www.memory.org.il

 

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