A generation of Black Jewish women are using art—paintings, drawings, multimedia works and film—to share and explore their multiethnic perspectives.
- ArtsBlack and Jewish Identities Converge in Art
A generation of Black Jewish women are using art—paintings, drawings, multimedia works and film—to share and explore their multiethnic perspectives.Photographing Biblical Women
Israeli photographer Dikla Laor reimagines the woman of the Hebrew Bible, from Queen Esther to Moses’ sister Miriam, through lush painterly images set against the breathtaking landscapes of the Golan Heights.
Israeli photographer Dikla Laor reimagines the woman of the Hebrew Bible through lush painterly photos set against the breathtaking landscapes of the Golan Heights.Mayim Bialik: Hanukkah, Israel and Her New Starring RoleBialik opens up about the new series, her family’s Hanukkah traditions and the upcoming launch of a podcast that focuses on mental health.Hallmark Brings Us a New Hanukkah Movie. Yay?To her great surprise, and just in time for Hanukkah, Christina's DNA test shows that she is half Jewish.Checking With Senior Celebrities on ‘Dispatches From Quarantine’An interview Zoom series that asks older celebrities to share stories about their lives includes one of comedy giant Carl Reiner's last interviews.‘Viral’ Documents the Rise in Worldwide Anti-SemitismIn his latest documentary, filmmaker Andrew Goldberg spotlights the escalating outbreaks of anti-Semitism in the United States, England, Hungary and France.The PhotoHouse, Israeli Nostalgia on a Bookmark or PosterOne of the largest private collections of vintage images of Israel is housed in a family-run small shop in Tel Aviv.