In Episode #2 we’ll join a media preview tour of San Francisco’s new Contemporary Jewish Museum and spend time with its architect Daniel Libeskind, museum President Rosalyn Swig, Director Connie Wolf, artists Alan Berliner and Trenton Doyle Hancock, and others. We’ll also talk to Liam Passmore about San Francisco’s own literary festival, Litquake, coming up in October, and about the horror of those yearly visitors, the Blue Angels. Then, because they got such a great response after Episode #1, we’ll hear another piece from the Ernest Bloch Bell Ringers, this one entitled “All Things Bright and Beautiful.” This episode is 37 minutes long. See photos and videos below, under the keywords.
Keywords for this episode:
Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, Daniel Libeskind, Rosalyn (“Sissy”) Swig, Connie Wolf, Liam Passmore, Litquake, Ernest Bloch Bell Ringers, Jewish Community Foundation Building, Jessie Street Power Station, Willis Polk, Alan Berliner, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Matthew Richie, Kay Rosen, Ben Rubin, Shirley Shor, Genesis, Pamela Rourke Levy, “Playing God,” Blue Angels, “All Things Bright and Beautiful,”