Street Art Projects of Ori Alon: An Open to the Sky Event- LOCATION CHANGE!

Center for Supportive Bureaucracy Director Ori Alon will present his street art projects - the Hidden Fortune Wheel for empathy, POSTED street signs for justice and alternative memorial plaques in honor of draft dodgers, civilian casualties, torture victims, McCarthy witch hunt survivors and more groups that were forgotten from our collective memory, followed by a public discussion.

Open to the Sky is a reimagining of the ancient Jewish holiday of Sukkot. A sukkah (pronounced sue-kah) is a  sand mandala of a building, open to the sky and used for seven days around the time of the fall harvest and then dismantled. It's rickety and tenuous, creating the illusion of permanence and highlighting the impermanence of everything. For more information about the holiday and Open to the Sky, please click here

All of the programs of Open to the Sky are offered without charge; however, there are (of course) costs associated with the construction and maintenance of this project. If you can help support Open to the Sky with a donation of any size, please click here.

October 9th, 2017 4:00 PM   through   5:00 PM
Beacon Hebrew Alliance
331 Verplanck Ave
Beacon, NY-12508
United States
Phone: 845-831-2012

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