The program idea of the 36th Jewish Cultural Days Berlin represents a kaleidoscope. The term derives from the Greek and translates as "seeing beautiful shapes." This dynamic principle of changing, appealing forms is reflected in the colorful program.
Because Jewish history is also a history of persecution, the visual arts, music and literature developed as a means of coping with and processing personal and collective strokes of fate.
This is particularly evident in the famous Jewish humor, which is characterized by, among other things, self-irony and irreverence. The joke opens doors out of hopeless situations and implies, at least mentally, the defense against any form of oppression. The emphasis on the positive and the empathetic are characteristic of Jewish culture.This content has been machine translated.
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