Kimberly Gordon is the Cultural Arts and Adult Programs Director for the PJCC. She joined the PJCC in 2007 after completing the Arts Management Fellowship at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.
It’s fun to play tourist in your own backyard. I mean if you are going to staycation, the Bay Area, a major vacation destination is a pretty great place to do it. But this summer, get to better know the sites through site-specific performances. Now if I suggested you walk across the Golden Gate Bridge […]
October 2013 was intense around here. Well, at least for me; and certainly for our Artist-in-Residence, Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen. The Center was filled with excitement, anticipation and inspiration for me and the hundreds of you who participated in one of our 28 mural painting sessions. Our community, under Jay’s guidance, took 1,560 square feet and […]
The Perks of Being a Duo Simon & Garfunkel topped the charts in the very unofficial hallway poll of favorite famous musical duos I conducted. “Of course this is the PJCC,” a co-worker warned, should the results seem in any way biased. If your favorite is Hall & Oates, Sonny & Cher, or Ike & […]