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Under Mendelsohn's Dome: Visions of Park Synagogue
Join us at 1:30 for a screening of the wonderful documentary film, “Incessant Visions,” which illuminates the life of Eric Mendelsohn through letters exchanged by the architect and his wife Louise. Following the film, hear Duki Dror, Israeli filmmaker of “Incessant Visions,” and moderator Jay Geller, Ph.D., Samuel Rosenthal Professor of Judaic Studies at CWRU, in conversation about the film.
Then, take a self-guided tour of Mendelsohn’s extraordinary Park Synagogue building and view the special exhibit of recently discovered Mendelsohn sketches of the synagogue, photos, and other memorabilia. The exhibit will be open until 5:00 pm.
The Mendelsohn exhibit will be open by appointment only after the March 10th program, from March 11-31. Individuals or groups can make an appointment to visit to the Exhibit by contacting Ellen Petler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-371-2244 ext. 122.
More information about the film, "Incessant Visions," can be found at www.architectmovie.com .
|Where||Park Synagogue 3300 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland, OH 44118|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||1:30 pm–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Park Synagogue
Park Synagogue was founded in 1869, and is under Rabbi Skoff's leadership with services held daily. Park Synagogue offers popular youth programs including an educationally integrated Religious School, Shabbat Club and Youth Shabbat Service. The Adult Education series includes weekly Bible Study, Hebrew Language Study, Talmud Study and Family Education draw large audiences with various backgrounds. The conservative congregation has many groups and programs available with social and cultural recreation activities. Ample parking is available, and it is easy to access from Cedar Road.