The world is an ever-complicated place and will be even more complicated in the coming years. For 18 years, Reboot has been gathering some of the best and brightest change-agents for off-the-record conversations about Jewish identity and meaning and has seen first- hand the power of imagination and uncensored dialogue to translate and transform the big issues of our time. As the stakes rise, Reboot is opening its doors to the public for the first time to amplify these vital ideas, bring in wider perspectives and carve new futuristic pathways for wandering Jews and the world we live in.
Reboot knows that meaning comes not only from the products that are created, but through the power of conversation and the imaginative minds that are assembled and invited to share. The program will consist of multiple tracks (such as food, anti- semitism, art, film, social justice, environmentalism, ritual, etc) and feature iconic speakers, inspired performances, intimate roundtable discussions, thought-provoking exhibitions, immersive rituals, participant-led workshops and delicious culinary experiences.
Reboot is an arts and culture nonprofit that reimagines, reinvents and reinforces Jewish thought and traditions.
As a premier R&D platform for the Jewish world, we catalyze our Rebooter Network of preeminent creators, artists, entrepreneurs and activists to produce experiences and products that evolve the Jewish conversation and transform society.
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The Reboot Ideas Festival is set in the creative hub of the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, a non-profit operating within a Historic Landmark District along the northern waterfront of the San Francisco Bay.
A pioneer in the reuse of military bases, FMCAC has been honored by the California Preservation Foundation for its efforts preserving the historic U.S. Army San Francisco Port of Embarkation.