Here are LINKS for more information on people, projects and resources committed to complicating the history and conversation in Yiddishland.
Some blur the lines between artist, activist, historian, scholar, tour guide, witness.
If you’d like to suggest someone to add to this list, please send me an email.
YIDDISHKAYT, Los Angeles-based but frequent travelers to Yiddishland, literally and imaginatively
BORDERLAND FOUNDATION, Sejny, Poland
Multi-ethnic art space situated in re-purposed Synagogue and Yeshiva complex
TOMEK WISNIEWSKI, author, activist, local historian, archivist, filmmaker, space maker for art / memory / history, asker of questions
GALLERY Y, Minsk, Belarus
Gallery, cafe, bookstore committed to contemporary art in Belarus
FESTIVALT, Kraków, Poland
new performance and visual art festival celebrating and investigating “the complexities of the contemporary Polish Jewish landscape.”
JEWISH CULTURE FESTIVAL, Kraków, Poland