Alumnae, new members mingle at Young Women’s Cabinet retreat
The members of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona’s 2018-2019 Young Women’s Cabinet held their annual retreat last month. They spent 24 hours celebrating Shabbat, getting to know each other, learning about the Tucson Jewish community and the mission of the Federation.
For more information about the YWC, email Danielle Larcom at email@example.com.
Mt. Lemmon is rustic setting for Young Men’s Group retreat
The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona 2018-2019 Young Men’s Group held its annual leadership development retreat last month on Mt. Lemmon, where members learned about community programs and the work of the Federation. Through discussions of personal and community values, allocations exercises, and leadership style training, members set the tone for a year of continuing to build leadership skills. Former Men’s Group chairs Alex Chaffin, Adam Goldstein, Mike Ash, Michael Shiner, and Ben Pozez helped in facilitating the retreat. For more information about the YMG, email Matt Landau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JHM welcomes new Zuckerman Fellow
The Jewish History Museum has awarded Ariel Goldberg the 2018-2019 Zuckerman Fellowship. As curator of community engagement, Goldberg will develop the museum’s public programming and continue to grow community partnerships. Goldberg’s publications include “The Estrangement Principle” (Nightboat Books, 2016) and “The Photographer” (Roof Books, 2015). From 2014-2017, Goldberg organized readings at The Poetry Project in New York City. Goldberg’s writing has appeared in e-flux, Artforum, and Art in America. Goldberg is currently working on two books: “Heavy Equipment,” essays on the language LGBTQ photographers used to relate to their subjects before the digital revolution, and “A Century,” a poetic novel on the partnership of art critic Elizabeth McCausland and photographer Berenice Abbott.