Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear esteemed panelists examining the complex and complicated nature of Polish-Jewish connections over the last 1,000 years.
One of Australia’s best known and most loved performers. Author of Reckoning: A Memoir
Executive Director of Krakow Community Centre
President of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs
Director of Lost Histories Research bureau
Lived a Jewish-life in Poland until 1958
This event will be chaired by Izi Marmur, Vice President of the Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their Descendants
Program presented in association with the Australian Institute of
Polish Affairs and the Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their Descendants.
Special thank to Sam Rosenberg and the Malke & Pinek Krystal Scholarship Fund who made Jonathan Ornstein’s visit
to Australia possible.
Date: Thursday 14 April
Venue: Due to an overwhelming response, the event will now be held at the Adele Southwick Hall (St Kilda Synagogue) on 12 Charnwood Grove. The venue is located behind the Museum. Doors will open at 7.10pm for a 7.30pm start. Enter via Gate 4 where Museum staff will be checking names.
Guests are invited to view the Can we Talk about Poland? exhibition across the road, at the Museum, after the event.
Time: 7.30pm. Doors open at 7.10pm
Cost: $15 Museum member / $20 General admission