Participating artists from around the world

The Jüdische Kulturbund Project is honored to include stories by contemporary artists living around the world who connect to the issues of those experienced by the Kulturbund living in Germany in the 1930s.  We explore with the artists issues such as identity, living under oppression, choosing to stay or leave their homeland, and responding to oppression through art and music.  Please view our video sampler to understand how we connect the Kulturbund artists to current-day artists living under tyranny.

Each country below contains at least one participating current-day artist who shared a story and interview with the project.  We will continue to add to the list as more artists share their stories with us.

Afghanistan
Argentina
Burma (Myanmar)
Cambodia
China
Chile
DR Congo (DRC)
India
Iran
Israel
Mali
Niger
North Korea
Pakistan
Palestine
Russia
Rwanda
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Sweden
Syria
Uganda
Ukraine
United States
Zimbabwe

Shared Stories
Kulturbund Artists
Current-day Artists
Featured Short Stories
Theatre Workshop Artists

 

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