San Diego Zeekend

David Antin

From spoken word by David Antin to drum circles, music, experimental workshops and more, San Diego Zeekend is an event that explores a lot more than just the Mexican/American border. It’ll explore cultural, spiritual and language boundaries, too.

Sponsored by Zeek: A Journal of Jewish Thought and Culture, the event kicks off tomorrow morning, Saturday, Oct. 25, with coffee and pastries at the LFJCC and culminates with a trip down to Friendship Park in San Ysidro on Sunday, oct. 26, where plans to build a third border fence are ruining a park where families in the US go to meet their loved ones who aren’t able to cross the fence.

For more info, click below:

Border Crossings
Saturday Oct 25 9-5

Join us in crossing spiritual, cultural and political borders as we seek the
meaning of contemporary Jewish identity. Readings with David Antin, Eleanor
Antin, Merav Rozenblum; workshops with Jessica Kreimerman Lew, Bara Sapir
and Raz Mesinai. Free. For more information go to


About Kinsee Morlan

Arts and web editor at San Diego CityBeat. Interested in art and the Tijuana/San Diego border.
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