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Virtual Opening: in the absence of a proper mourning

Hosted By: Jewish Museum of Maryland

Join Jewish Museum of Maryland virtually as they officially open, “in the absence of a proper mourning,” an art installation that is part of the larger project, Dwelling in the Time of Plagues, a Jewish creative response to real-world plagues. As part of the event, hear from the artist Tal Beery on his inspiration and artistic process and the additional program partners and participants.

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Tal Beery

Tal Beery is an artist, activist, and educator from New York City. He is co-founder and co-director of Arts and Ecology, a multidisciplinary institute committed to research, art, and education on radical environmental themes. Beery’s personal and collaborative works have been exhibited in museums and galleries in the United States, Poland, and Germany. As a core member of Occupy Museums and a founding member of Debtfair, he has helped organize large-scale and more intimate interventions to call out economic and social injustices propagated by institutions of art and culture. He currently serves as core faculty at School of Apocalypse, a radical learning community that examines the connections between creative expansion and notions of survival. Beery’s written work and interviews on art and social change have been published in numerous publications including Spike Art, Temporary Art Review, and Revolt.
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Jewish Museum of Maryland

The Jewish Museum of Maryland, located in Baltimore, interprets the Jewish experience in America, with special attention to Jewish life in the state of Maryland.
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