Call for Help: Speaking about Dance in Israel in the U.S.

Posted on 10 March 2009 by Deborah Friedes Galili

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Speaking about dance in Israel to a group of tourists, March 2008. Photo by Marilyn Friedes.

As you know by now, I have a passion for writing about dance in Israel.  I also have a passion for speaking about dance in Israel, and as I plan a trip to the U.S. in April, I’m hoping to give a few lectures on the subject.   If you’re interested in hearing a lecture or can recommend a place to give a lecture, please read more.

Recommend a place:

Do you know of an organization, community center, university, or other venue that might be interested in hosting a lecture on dance in Israel?

Maybe you’re part of an organization in the dance world which would love to host a talk about the developments here in Israel.  Or perhaps you’re part of an organization in the Jewish community which would like to have a different window into contemporary Israeli culture.   Or maybe you simply have ideas about which organizations might be interested in inviting me to speak.

If you have any connections or ideas about where I could lecture in the New Jersey, New York City, and Boston areas during April, please contact me.  You can also e-mail me directly: [email protected]

Show your interest:

If you live in these areas and would like to attend a lecture, if you don’t live in these areas but are interested in a lecture, or if your organization can’t host a lecture right now but might in the future – in all of these cases and more – I would love to be in contact with you.  Please fill out the form below to let me know who you are, where you are, what you’re about, and how to contact you.

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    1. From Writing to Talking about Dance | Dance In Israel Says:

      […] Many thanks to all of my readers who sent me suggestions and voiced their interest when I posted my “Call for Help,” and a special thanks to Kathy Hassinger at Emerson College and Jodi Falk at Pioneer Valley […]

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