23 February @ 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
Artist, John Offenbach and sociologist, Keith Kahn-Harris have both steered photographic portrait projects that explore what Jews look like. In doing so, they have developed contrasting approaches to how Jewishness should be signalled to the viewer. In this event, they will discuss how Jews are seen and the wider questions this raises about the nature of portraiture, visibility and Jewish identity.
Some imagery may contain strong language or be challenging for the viewer.
Hear from the Jewish Council of Racial Equality (JCORE) as they explore the identity of minority communities in Britain and opportunities for building bridges between these communities