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Program Information

Program name: Journey to the Holy Land
Program category: History
Media- Photography
Multicultural- Other
Program length: one hour
Audience level: Adult
Audience size: 30-40
Program description: Through his beautiful pictures, Anthropologist-Photographer Barry Kass will take the audience on a journey to the Holy Land of Israel. We will visit such unforgettable places as Jerusalem, including the Western Wall, the Dome of the Rock, and the via Dolorosa, the road followed by Jesus on his way to crucifixion, the ancient fortress of Masada, the Dead Sea, the Roman cities of Caesarea and Bet Shean, and the Bahai Gardens in Haifa. A highlight of the trip will be a visit to the ruins of ancient Petra, deep in the desert in the neighboring country of Jordan.
Space/special requirements: Presentation room and screen.
Travel restrictions:
Program fee: $201- $350
Is this fee negotiable? No
Mileage included? Yes
Notes about the fee: I am will to meet the budget requirements of the hosting institution within the program fee range noted above.
Other notes:
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Southeastern
Program last updated: 01/19/2013
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Stage name: Anthropologist and Photographer Barry Kass
Performer name: Barry Kass
Phone: 845 733-1830
Mailing address: S. U. N. Y. Orange, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences, 115 South St., Middletown, NY 10940
Middletown, NY 10940
E-mail address: barry.kass@sunyorange.edu
Website: http://www.imagesofanthropology.com
   
Previous appearances at: New City Library, Suffern Library, Patterson Library, Greenwood Lake Library, Alfred Wisner Library in Warwick
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 06/07/2016

 

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