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CONTACT

230 Lakeville Street
Petaluma, CA 94952.
(707) 762-5600

info@petalumaartscenter.org

PAC Tax ID (EIN) is 31-1804169

OUR MISSION

Building Community Through Art

OUR VISION

PAC is dedicated to building our community’s creative capacity by making art an increasingly vital and meaningful part of our public life.

In order to achieve this vision we will:

    • Strive to present innovative, inspiring and meaningful art exhibitions
    • Maintain a sustainable, accessible and inclusive space for community gatherings and for diverse artistic expressions and experiences
    • Enrich Petaluma both culturally and economically
    • Provide artistic and educational opportunities for learners of all ages
    • Foster creativity by embracing new audiences and new ways of seeing the world

OUR STORY….

The Petaluma Arts Council began in June 1998, as a grassroots effort to acknowledge and celebrate local artists and their contributions and to involve the whole community in appreciation, involvement and recognition of art as an enriching component of our daily lives.

Ten years later—in September 2008—with the support of the City of Petaluma and a particularly generous donor, the Petaluma Arts Council opened the Arts Center, a 4,500 square foot facility located in the historic Railroad Depot Freight Building, next door to the Petaluma Visitors Center.

LOCATION

We are located in the historic train depot on Lakeville between East D and East Washington Streets, adjacent to the Downtown Petaluma SMART train. Entrance to our parking lot is from East Washington across from CVS.
The Wall: A play by Jessica Litwak

9/28/2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM PT

The Wall

Play by Jessica Litwak

The Wall: This short play uses poetry, humor, puppetry and diverse characters to give voice to an impossible problem that can only be survived through increased humanity, paradoxical curiosity, and artful expression. Having crossed through the checkpoints many times, Litwak has a unique perspective on the Occupation and this human rights crisis.

 

As an educator and theatre artist who has worked in Jenin, Hebron, Ramallah, Beit Jala and Nablus in the West Bank and also in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Jessica Litwak has deep relationships in Palestine and in Israel. As a Jewish woman who works in the Arab world, she grapples with the deeply felt paradoxes of heart and heritage, east and west, men and women, justice and peace. The Wall has been performed in New York at La MaMa, at The International Human Rights Arts Festival, and will be performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer.

The H.E.A.T. Collective
www.theheatcollective.org
www.jessicalitwak.com

Registration Type

General Admission

$27.50

PAC Member

$25.00

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