Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Kareem Tabsch is a documentary filmmaker. His filmmaking focuses on documenting that which exists on the fringes of mainstream society. His feature films include Mucho Mucho Amor (2020) and The Last Resort (2018). Tabsch’s work has been included at prestigious festivals like Sundance, SXSW, HotDocs, and been featured in outlets like The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and NPR, among others. In 2020, Tabsch's film Mucho Mucho Amor was named one of the 20 essential Latino films by The New York Times. He is a recipient of the 2020 South Florida Cultural Consortium fellowship; was named a '40 under 40' documentary filmmaker by DocNYC, America's largest documentary film festival; and was the recipient of the Knight Arts Champion award for his contribution to South Florida's film culture. Tabsch is a first-generation American of Latino and Middle Eastern descent. He lives and works in Miami, Florida.
At the OJA and Neuberger, Dara has developed new partnerships and outreach initiatives to engage a broad public in the community’s Jewish heritage. Prior to joining UJA, Solomon was the Curator at the Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM) in San Francisco, where she was responsible for curating the museum’s inaugural exhibition seasons. Solomon holds an M.A. in Arts Administration from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a B.A. in Religion and Art History from University of Toronto.