Join Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain and UC Berkeley artist and robotics professor Ken Goldberg as they premiere their new film about the American Jewish experience as portrayed in television and film. The film was inspired by stories from the National Museum of American Jewish History, with cloud-sourced contributions from participants around the country. This film project was made possible with support from the museum’s Director’s Fund. The premiere will include other short films by the artists, a Q & A and a reception.
Shlain and Goldberg are the museum’s current “OPEN for Interpretation” artists-in-residence. “OPEN for Interpretation” is a residency program that invites creative thinkers to immerse themselves in the museum’s many stories of courage, imagination, struggle and heritage as inspiration for new works of art, music, dance, writing or performance that explore the American experience in new and unexpected ways.
Cost: $10; free for museum members