Avital Burg reflects on her time at the Peleh Residency

In a new interview in the Asylum Magazine, Avital Burg reflects on her time at the Peleh residency and how this focus on art, family, and caregiving had impacted her life and work.
This post continues our series of reflections from artists who were part of the residency.

Ravid Kahalani reflects on his time at the Peleh Residency

Based in Berkeley, The Peleh Residency is one of the few fully-supported, specifically family-friendly residencies in the country, and it emerged from the vision of the Peleh Fund to support both the creative process, and a new kind of cultural infrastructure that honors a commitment to family and work…

Hadassa Goldvicht reflects on her time at the Peleh Residency

The second reflection on The Peleh Residency is by Jerusalem-based visual artist – Hadassa Goldvicht. The Peleh Residency, based in Berkeley, CA offers artists across all genres the time, space and support to practice their craft. It was designed to accommodate artists with families, and the residency provides a space apart for retreat, reflection, and art-making. It is an opportunity to foster new collaborations, audiences, and connections, while specifically supporting artists in pursuit of their craft while continuing to be parents and caregivers.

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