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DAWN ’08, a Late-Night Party

Posted by kneidalach on June 4, 2008

Celebrate the new Museum and Shavuot with an all-night festival for young adults!


Celebrate the new Contemporary 
Jewish Museum and Shavuot on June 7, 2008!

DAWN ’08, a Late-Night Party Celebrating Shavuot and the Grand Opening of the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Co-presented with Reboot

The Contemporary Jewish Museum and Reboot are pleased to host DAWN ’08, an all-night, arts and culture festival and celebration of Shavuot at the grand opening of the Contemporary Jewish Museum! Groove, learn, explore and mingle at the Museum’s new building before the doors open to the public the following morning.

DAWN ’08 presents a modern twist on Shavuot’s traditional all-night rabbinical study sessions. Taking place simultaneously throughout the Museum will be both ritual and off-beat revelry with ongoing headlining performances and events including live bands, theatrical and spoken word performances, premiere film screenings, visual arts, dancing, DJs, lectures, comedy and open-space discussion forums.

When: Saturday, June 7, 2008; 8 PM – 3 AM at the Museum, continuing off-site until sunrise

Where: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission Street (between 3rd and 4th streets), San Francisco, CA 94103

Admission: Advance tickets: General, $12; Community partners, students, and Museum Members, $10; $15 at the door

Information: For more information on DAWN ’08, visit www.dawn2008.org or call the Contemporary Jewish Museum at 415.655.7854 or email dawn@rebooters.net

DAWN has been made possible by a generous grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation

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