Inspired by Passover and National Poetry Month, JArts presents a month-long, freedom-themed public art poetry project. Chosen by a jury of acclaimed poets and teachers, the project is built around the freedom-themed poem “Poem Without An End” by Yehuda Amichai.

During the month of April, look for the #JArtsLiberty MBTA posters on the Green and Red lines, share your photos and reflections on social media and learn more about the poem and Yehuda Amichai at jartsboston.org or a community workshop.

“Poem Without An End” by Yehuda Amichai

Inside the brand-new museum
there’s an old synagogue.
Inside the synagogue
is me.
Inside me
my heart.
Inside my heart
a museum.
Inside the museum
a synagogue,
inside it
me,
inside me
my heart,
inside my heart
a museum.

If you would like copies of the project toolkit, email us at info@jartsboston.org. Find more information about #JArtsLiberty here.

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