The Berkshire Institute for Music and Arts offers a fantastic summer
arts experience for young people currently in grades 9-11. Set in a pluralistic
Jewish community and held at Williams
College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, BIMA creates a unique
setting in which participants explore the relationships between artistic
expression and Jewish living and learning.
At BIMA, participants major in one of the following specific arts disciplines:
dance, or creative
writing. In addition, BIMA offers elective classes, special guest
artists, and trips to the Berkshire's many cultural attractions.
We welcome returning participants and new young people from across the
country and Israel to join us from June 22nd – July 21st. Get ready
for a serious creative adventure at BIMA in the summer of 2005! To learn
more about BIMA click here.
BIMAs 2005 Summer Arts Festival
Thursday, July 21,
12:00pm - 3:00pm
Chapin Hall and Brooks Rogers Recital Hall
Williams College, Williamstown, MA Click here for directions
BIMA In the News
Art From The Heart
Participant Joseph Pincus talks about his summer experience
at BIMA for The Jewish Week newspaper.
BIMA is a partnership between Gann AcademyThe New Jewish High School
of Greater Boston and The Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel.
BIMA is partially funded by the Samuel Bronfman Foundation, the Judy
and Michael Steinhardt Foundation, and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
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