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March 10, 1989 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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THE
TOWN-SEND HOTEL
BRIDAL SHOW

by the legendary Baruch
Agadati, an active member of
Aviv's artistic community
in the 1920s and 1930s.
Agadati was one of the coun-
try's pioneer filmmakers. He
travelled up and down the
land filming scenes of life in
the pre-state era, some of
which were incorporated into
newsreels and some into
other formats, including This
is the Land, released in 1935,
which was the first sound film
made entirely in Hebrew in
Eretz Israel.
The Agadati Collection also
encompasses the entire out-
put of Ya'akov Ben-Dov, the
pioneer filmmaker, who had
shot such scenes as Gen.
Allenby's entry into
Jerusalem at the head of
British forces in 1917, Albert
Einstein's visit to Palestine in
1923, and rare footage of the
Old City of Jerusalem in the
1920s.

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Culture
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The National Foundation
for Jewish Culture announc-
ed plans for a project of
cultural exchange between
Israel and North America.
"Counter Harmonies:
Jewish Experience in 20th
Century Music" will be the
first major international
forum to bring together
Israeli and North American
Jewish composers, per-
formers, musicologists for in-
tercultural exchange. The
three days of panel discus-
sions, lectures, roundtables,
demonstrations and perfor-
mances, will address the com-
plex relationship between
Jewish culture and contem-
porary music, between Jewish
identity and musical creativi-
ty and between Israeli and
North American musical
traditions.
As part of the total project,
a national tour of Rinat-
Israel's National Choir was
organized under the direction
of Stanley Sperber, and in-
cluded appearances this week
in Muskegon and at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield.
The dialogue will take place
in New York April 2-4. The
conference is sponsored by the
National Foundation for Jew-
ish Culture, The 92nd St. Y,
the Hebrew Arts Center, with
major support from the CRB
Foundation of Montreal and
the National Endowment for
the Humanities.
For information, write Neil
Levin, artistic director, Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish
Culture, 330 Seventh Ave.,
21st Floor, New York, N.Y.
10001, (212) 629-0500.

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