Last night, The first Parallel Traces collective travelling exhibition "Parallel Traces: A new lens on Jewish Heritage" was presented in Girona, at the Museum of Jewish History of Girona!
Last night, the first Parallel Traces collective travelling exhibition "Parallel Traces: A new lens on Jewish Heritage" was presented in Girona, at the Museum of Jewish History of Girona!
The exhibition, produced by the Parallel Traces consortium and supported by the mayor of Girona and president of the Patronat Call of Girona Marta Madrenas, is already open! Visit us!
It features the works of different Guest Artists from Wroclaw, Sighet, Belgrade, Tbilisi and Girona, together with the works of the winners of the photography and audiovisual contest of the Parallel Traces project, all aimed at bringing to light the urban Jewish Heritage of the participating cities.
Opening day program - October 1
19:00 Round table with the intervention of the following artists of the project:
- Rosa Juanco (Parallel Traces artistic director)
- Nikola Radic (Belgrade)
- Israel Ariño (Girona)
- Josep Maria Oliveras (Girona- 1st prize: Category From Now: Presence at Present)
20:15 Official opening of the exhibition by the authorities
Parallel Traces is a cross-cutting, collaborative and cross European project that offers a renewed look at the significance of Jewish heritage. The project presents a well-defined consortium that brings together 8 organisations from 5 EU and 2 non-EU countries. The consortium, led by The European ssociation for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ) based in Luxembourg, also includes Culture and Media Agency Europe aisbl (Belgium), Imascono Art S.L. And local partners Patronat Call de Girona (Spain), Tacka Kommukacije (Serbia), Tarbut Foundation (Romania), Bente Kahan Foundation (Poland) and Israeli House (Georgia).