Haggadah Making Workshop at Hinenu Baltimore Justice Shtiebl | Spring 2022
Sitting around a Passover seder and reading from a haggadah by candlelight is a memorable experience for communities across the Jewish diaspora. Join Rabbi Ariana Katz (she/her) of Hinenu: The Baltimore Justice Shtiebl and artist Katherine Leung (she/her) of the Radical Jewish Calendar for this 4-part, hands-on, interactive workshop to learn more about the history of haggadahs in Passover and how to create one of your very own.
Interleaved: A Talmudic Podcast Interview | November 2021
I spoke about my artwork in the Radical Jewish Calendar for Interleaved podcast.
Hadran Alach Mesekhet Rosh Hashanah! Since the modern period and beyond, the communal creative practice of calendar making, which our Tractate has mainly focused on, has mostly left us — but not entirely.
Radical Jewish Calendar Art Feature | August 2021
My artwork is featured in the Radical Jewish Calendar for the month of Av.
The calendar is organized by Jewish month, layering Jewish and Gregorian dates, astrological happenings, holidays, and political history. 13 months (it’s a Jewish leap year!) of political art, culture, and history made by dreamers, artists, and organizers who want to know what time it is.
Dead Reckoning Launch Party by Art Music Lit Space Sacramento | October 2021
I gave an artist talk about my series Kristallnacht at the Dead Reckoning virtual launch party, hosted by Art Music Lit Space Sacramento.
Art Music Lit Space serves as a locus for artists, curators, writers, lookers, listeners, feelers and thinkers to show, share, and connect despite the nearly global closure of irl exhibition spaces such as studios, galleries, basements, museums, schools, art fairs, fields, etc. AML Space seeks not simply to fill the chasm so suddenly imposed by social distancing measures, but to provide opportunity for a constellation community to probe the chasm together, apart.
Toxic Launch Party by the Ilanot Review | October 2020
I gave an artist talk at the launch party as my painting Worker Hands was featured on the back cover.
The Ilanot Review is an international journal based in Israel, publishing a variety of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and genres in between. We especially love translations and hybrid work. Our bi-annual themed editions are edited by alumni and faculty from the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Bar-Ilan University, with guest editors.