June 25, 2012 | 4:22 am
Posted by LW Ben Yechezkiel
The Sacond Annual Jerusakem Season of Culture has begun with an extremely interesting event: Going Up to Jerusalem Reality and Art along route one . You can watch a live stream here.
The official description:
he Jerusalem Season of Culture presents “Going Up”: Reality & Art Alongside Route no.1
This weeklong artistic event combines walking, creative expression, and human interaction as artist Guy Briller, who conceived of the project, leads 25 artists, social activists and intellectuals on a pilgrimage from the Neve Shalom communal settlement to Jerusalem. Throughout the pilgrimage, which will be documented and broadcast live on a website created specifically for this purpose, participants will engage in discussions about a range of social, cultural and political issues, as well as act and create in response to the spirit and inspiration of the discussions.
Yonathan Avishai, Bik van der Pol, Yuval Ben-Ami, Eden Bannet, Yael Berda, Muhammed Jabali, Yossi Ghinsberg, Etai Darway, Kerem Halbrecht, Markha Valenta, Lavi Zytner, Rafram Chaddad, Meir Tati, Narkis Tepler, Porat Salomon, Noah M Fischer, Tahel Frosh, Jonathan Keren, Chaia Rukin
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