News & Events
On March 23-27, Judith will spearhead the Dance Lab for the 2015 Conney Conference on Jewish Arts, "Jewish/American/Israeli: Intertwined Identities," at University of Southern California with the University of Wisconsin.
In addition to the Dance Lab, she will be presenting "Hasidic Representation in Dance and Theater: Baruch Agadati and Boris Aronson", a paper about Boris Aronson, remembered for his set design of Fiddler on the Roof, and Baruch Agadati, first solo Jewish dancer in Palestine/Israel. For more information, conneyproject.wisc.edu. Seeing Israeli & Jewish Dance will be available for purchase.
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Judith has been invited for a guest lecture at the University of California - Riverside, Dance Department, which turns out stellar doctorates. She will speak about the development of theater dance in Israel and Batsheva Dance Company’s 50th Gala performances last June. Also discussed will be the two-day conference in Tel Aviv titled “Batsheva: Body, Dance, Culture."
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On May 24-27, Judith endorses the residency of Niv Shenfeld and Oren Laor with their works, "Two Room Apartment" and "Ship of Fools", at the Keshet Dance Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her book will be available for purchase. More information will be forthcoming.
For more information on upcoming appearances and events see Upcoming Events.
Judith Brin Ingber's book, Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance (published by Wayne State University), will be available at the upcoming Conney Conference on Jewish Arts, March 24-26, 2015, to be held on the campus of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. The theme of the conference, "Intertwined Identities: American/Jewish/Israeli" marks the 10th anniversary of The Conney Project on Jewish Arts. It is co-presented by The Mosse-Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies at The University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Southern California Initiative for Israeli Arts and Humanities.
Here is Judith with Batsheva Dance Co. Ohad Naharin. She wrote about their 50th anniversary tour in the US and the recent Gala performance in Tel Aviv for the Dance Critics Assoc. Newsletter.
Judith will be presenting "Hasidic Representation in Dance and Theater: Baruch Agadati and Boris Aronson", a paper about Boris Aronson, remembered for his set design of Fiddler on the Roof, and Baruch Agadati, first solo Jewish dancer in Palestine/Israel. For more information, conneyproject.wisc.edu.