The Lindberg Peace Foundation, will hosted a special Poetry, Art & Music for the public to enjoy, on Thursday, October 15, 2015, at the Tulip Center in Jerusalem. This annual event focused on Miriam Felicia Lindberg’s young life 1957- 1975, blessed her soul. The 40th year Memorial Happening was a joint venture of Poetry for Peace, as well as Artistic expressions of Music, Muse & Movement. Poems were read from Professor G. Stendig-Lindberg’s books.

The event included the International Poetry events of 100.000 Poets for Change, as well as VOICES Israel, which Professor G. Stendig-Lindberg was a member of. Eva Ariela Lindberg projected her 5th Dimensional Art, and at the end of the event, people were invited to dance in the ‘5th Dimensional landscape’ with music. Part of the 5th Dimensional multi-media art show was a movement piece with the Flamenco Dancer, Micaela Harari.

Program

Remembering Miriam and Gustawa-Eva Ariela Lindberg
Powerpoint presentation

Poems from History Through My Eyes (Gustawa Stendig-Lindberg)
Peace Will Come (p. 31)
A New Millennium Prayer (p. 110)

Poem from The Song of Miriam (Miriam Lindberg 1957-1975)
Poem for My Mother (musical arrangement end of book, poem p. 36)
The Seeker (p. 53)
My Harbinger (musical arrangement end of book, poem p. 42)

Into the Light (Gustawa Stendig-Lindberg)
War and Peace (p.23)
The Gate of Mercy in Jerusalem (p.38)

Music & Art Micaela Harari (Flamenco Dancer)

Poetry readings – Hayim Abramson, Reuven Goldfarb
Poetry readings – Karen Alkalay-Gut, Yvette Nahmia, Avril Meallem Altman

Music ~ Jacques Guenoun (Piano)

Poetry reading/Singing_ Miriam Ohevetel Iron (Singing)
Poetry reading – Itzhak Marmorstein

Music ~ Glenn Rubel (Guitar)

Poetry reading – Alden Solovy
Poetry reading – Ruth Sager

5th Dimensional Art projection – COMMUNITY DANCE

 

Categories: Memorials

Lindberg Memorial Peace Foundation

The Lindberg Peace Foundation encourages innovative poetic compositions and organizes international Poetry for Peace Competitions that grants awards to gifted, yet unpublished poets. The Foundation publishes the writings of Gustawa Stendig-Lindberg and Miriam Felicia Lindberg and focuses on developing all-inclusive programs for Peace.