Summer Camp is not just for kids. It’s for you! Music and Art - Jewish Style A Jewish Summer Camp for Adults June 29 - July 3, 2009 9:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 7 - 11 Tammuz 5769 The Stulman Center for Adult Learning of Chizuk Amuno Congregation
The Stulman Center for Seth Kibel is the leader, clarinetist, and composer for the Alexandria Susan Vick, Ph.D., is the curator of the Goldsmith Museum and HendlerAdult Learning Kleztet, a genre-bending klezmer band he founded in the Baltimore- Learning Center of Chizuk Amuno Congregation. She began her studypresents its Second Annual Washington area. His award winning albums are available nationwide. Seth of Jewish art in the early 1980’s, when she was asked by BaltimoreSummer Camp for Adults has taught at numerous institutions, Hebrew University Undergraduate including the Duke Ellington School of Dean Judy Meltzer to develop a course the Arts in Washington, D.C., Goucher on the history of Jewish paintingJune 29 – July 3, 20099:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. College, the Peabody Conservatory’s and sculpture. Since then, Susan has Elderhostel, and Chizuk Amuno’s taught many classes for CAC, BHU, Summer Camp for Adults. and other institutions. In addition, 9:30 a.m. Start the day with since 1992 Susan has been teaching a delectable breakfast, juice, the Introduction to the History of Art and coffee. classes for Howard Community College in Columbia, MD. When not at work, Susan can often be found working with the Jewish Theatre Workshop, the local theatre ensemble of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore. 9:45 a.m. The Jews of 11 a.m. Broadway Boogie This program is funded in part by the American Jazz Woogie: American Art Stanley H. and Lillian S. Wilen Seth Kibel in the Jazz Age Endowment Fund for Adult Education. Dr. Susan Vick Tuition for this program is $100.A J lthough the African American azz, as a quintessential American To register, contact the Stulman community can rightfully claim musical genre of the 20th century, Center for Adult Learning at credit for creating and developing evolved from a uniquely American 410/824-2055/8 by Monday,the uniquely American genre of culture. A look at the painting, prints, June 15, 2009.jazz, Jewish Americans have been and photography of the Jazz Age Register early.among some of its most inﬂuential reveals a fascinating setting in which Enrollment is limited.practitioners. The history of jazz American jazz came to represent an Judy Meltzer, Directorwould be vastly different if not for American way of life. Our study will Doris Tanhoff, Assistantthe pioneering contributions of such be diverse and will include what thesongwriters, composers, and musicians visual arts reveal about such topicsas George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, as the dance styles of the period, theBenny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and neighborhoods, and of course, theothers. We will examine the music, music of the Jazz Age.personalities, lives, and careers of theseAmerican musical giants. Video, audio,and live performances will keep thiscourse as lively as the music itself.