In October 2018 Beit Venezia invited five international artists to Venice, a uniquely inspiring but also fragile city, to provide a Jewish creative response to the most severe challenge facing humankind today: climate change.

We are pleased to announce the participating artists:

Andi Arnovitz (lead artist), Lynne Avadenka, Meydad Eliyahu, Ken Goldman, Leora Wise.

See the project page:

The rabbi, the priest and the imam receive a message from God. He’s had enough of mankind’s sins, and intends to punish them with a flood, more lethal than Noah’s. The priest goes to his people, reports the message, and asks them to repent, confiding in Jesus for their admission to heaven. The imam goes to his people, reports the message and tells them to accept the will of Allah. The rabbi goes to his people and says, “Jews, we have a few days to learn how to live under water.”