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You found the treasure of

 'Lion' of Judah

Villa Aurora

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(secret letter)

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Videos Created by:

Yuval Sharon

Introduction  

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Virtual Tour (Part 1) 

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Learn

WHY ARE WE HERE?

Learn the story and legacy of German-Jewish author Lion Feuchtwanger.

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Reflect on the struggles of Jewish immigrants who came to the U.S. to  escape persecution.

 

 

WHAT IS OUR CALL TO TESHUVAH?

Remember that we too were once immigrants.

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Acknowledge the plight of immigrants today and work to support them.

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Contemplate how art can be a force for social change and good.

Listen to playlist of composers connected to the Villa Aurora

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Support

Attend Public Events Once Re-Opened  

520 Paseo Miramar • Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

www.vatmh.org

 

Needs:

They are raising funds for a new piano to continue their music series. Donations are tax-deductible and entitle you and your guest to attend ticketed programs at the Villa for free or at reduced rates. Contributions support the arts and international cultural exchange.

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Learn More:

Villa Aurora, with its unique émigré history, is an artist residence and historic landmark located in the former home of exiled German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger. To promote and foster German-American cultural exchange and to remember the European exiles that settled in Southern California, Villa Aurora offers a variety of salon style arts and cultural programs, including public lectures, concerts, screenings and performances. 

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