Beth Tzedec artist-in-residence Aviva Chernick hosts this virtual roundtable with an outstanding group of Queer Jewish Canadian Creatives, people working in the arts, each accomplished in their own form. Join this celebration in conversation of the intersection between Jewish, Queer and Creative identities.
In keeping with Public Health recommendations, this program will be presented via Zoom. Pre-registration is required to access the Zoom link information. Register here>>
Daniel Sarah Karasik
Aviva Chernick is a two-time Juno Nominated and Canadian Folk Music awarded, Queer, Jewish musician. She also facilitates the study and practice of voice and meditation for individuals and communities around the globe, bringing the artistry of voice, story and movement to each and every offering.
Diane Flacks is an Emmy and Dora nominated activist artist who’s written and performed for theatre, tv, radio and print journalism.
Sigal Samuel is the author of the children's book "Osnat and Her Dove: The True Story of the World's First Female Rabbi"; and the novel "The Mystics of Mile End." She is a
senior reporter at Vox and former religion editor at The Atlantic.
Daniel Sarah Karasik is the author of five books of drama, poetry
and fiction. They organize with the network Artists for Climate & Migrant Justice and Indigenous Sovereignty, of which they're also a co-founder.
Evan Tapper is a visual artist and educator whose creative practice is currently focused on animation and storytelling.