Sacred Life/Secular World Panel Discussion

Thursday, Jan 21, 2010  7pm–8:30pm iCal

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Sacred Life/Secular World Panel Discussion

7 pm: Panel Discussion at SMMoA
(6 – 7 pm: View works by Nira Pereg: at SMMoA, Sabbath 2008, and  Kept Alive, at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Bergamot Station, B1.)

How do we blend the spiritual and sacred aspects of our lives in a secular world? Participants: Rabbi Brad Artson, Vice President, American Jewish University, Rabbi Sharon Brous, Founding Rabbi of IKAR, and artist Nira Pereg, moderated by Sonia Cummings.

Free Admission
RSVP to Anita Sharpe at or 323.761.8241 by January 18, 2010

Nira Pereg: Sabbath 2008 at SMMoA is supported in part by The Jewish Federation’s Tel Aviv/Los Angeles Partnership

This event is an official part of Los Angeles Arts Month