Watch Our New WITASWAN Video!

Click HERE for song lyrics, etc. 

Thanks to videographer Tim Bolger, you can now enjoy excerpts from our 2010 Chicago WITASWAN program (held in conjunction with celebrations of the 3rd annual International SWAN Day).

Meet our special guests Eileen Douglas & Ron Steinman.  Eileen introduces their film My Grandfather’s House in Part One.  Then Eileen & Ron do a Q&A together (after the screening) in Part Two.

I’m the one in the red sweater (in the MC role).  And Leslie Newcorn provides the beautiful voice singing “Birds are Drowsing” (in Yiddish) at the beginning and “I Believe” (in Hebrew) at the end.

Click HERE for more program information

(including links to all program sponsor sites).


Women in the Audience

Supporting Women Artists Now!

© FF2 Media (4/6/10)

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Jan Lisa Huttner is a Brooklyn-based arts critic & feminist activist. She is the creative force behind the SWAN Movement—Support Women Artists Now—which has just begun its third phase as International SWANs® (aka iSWANs). In the Jewish world, Jan is best known as the author of two books on Fiddler on the Roof—Tevye’s Daughters and Diamond Fiddler—both of which flow from a strongly feminist POV. She also served as both story consultant and “talking head” on the award-winning documentary Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles.
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