A Brief Introduction of Jewish Art in Eastern

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/15/11 A Brief Introduction of Jewish Art in Eastern //the Jew in Slavic Bohemia
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8/15/11 Idea Show the evolution of Jewish art in eastern Europe: Synagogues (Budapest Synagogue) to modernist poets / writers / artists (such as Kafka and Chagall) Show The Jewish Quarters of different major European Cities (Budapest, Prague, Moscow, Warsaw) centuries ago and how they stand today The decline of Jewish Art in Eastern
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8/15/11 Synagogues 1. Budapest, Hungary: A. Óbuda Synagogue 1737 Status: active B. Dohány Synagogue 1854-59 Status: active (and more information)
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8/15/11 Synagogues, Continued 2. Prague, Czech Republic: Old New Synagogue 13th century
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Unformatted text preview: Status: active 8/15/11 Synagogues, Continued 4. Novi Sad, Serbia: Novi Sad Synagogue 1909 (in Hungarian secession) Status: active, but owned by the city not the Jewish community 8/15/11 Artists Kafka Chagall Tamas Koves Jewish Musician Their art, quick background, their importance in the Jewish Community and in the Eastern European 8/15/11 Jewish Quarters Budapest, Hungary Prague, Czech Republic Moscow, Russia 8/15/11 Materials to use Pictures, texts, paintings, postcards Quotes, music 8/15/11 Public to Reach People interested in Eastern European / Art History Studies Jewish Community Modern art fans...
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