A showcase of rabbinic achievement, featuring 24 women who redefined Jewish leadership.
- ArtsHoly Sparks: Celebrating Fifty Years of Women in the Rabbinate
A showcase of rabbinic achievement, featuring 24 women who redefined Jewish leadership.ArtsAnti-Jewish Bias Is Spreading in Arts and Culture
It may be more subtle than a scrawled swastika or a torched synagogue, but anti-Jewish bias in that realm is nonetheless a growing phenomenon.
It may be more subtle than a scrawled swastika or a torched synagogue, but anti-Jewish bias in that realm is nonetheless a growing phenomenon.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.
A generation of Black Jewish women are using art—paintings, drawings, multimedia works and film—to share and explore their multiethnic perspectives.The Arts: Lines and CurvesAustrian painter Gustav Klimt is best known for his portraits of beautiful society ladies, predominantly Jewish, during Vienna’s golden age from the 1880s to WorldBrief Reviews: Music, Humor, Memories and HopeFILMS Violins in Wartime When the Second Lebanon War breaks out in 2006, one likely casualty is the annual international violin master course at KibbutzThe Arts: Memory and MusicMembers of the multiethnic Northwest Boychoir of Seattle listen intently as three elderly men, survivors of Terezin, tell of the underground magazine they created when they wereSummer Movie Nights: Films You May Have MissedIsraeli, Yiddish, American and foreign films of Jewish interest come and go quickly in theaters, at film festivals or at community center screenings. When theyThe Arts: More Alive Than EverCounterintuitive, maybe, but the digital age has made the past more accessible than ever: Last year, in a collaboration between Google and the Israel MuseumCut & Post: Showtime TV’s Israeli DramaTV Show Returns to Its Homeland…Israel Homeland will begin its second season on Showtime on September 30. The Golden Globe-winning show will also be returning toThe Arts: Preserving Yiddish Culture OnstageA commemoration of the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.; a musical in English based on a Yiddish classic; and Soul to Soul,Another Yiddish Theater Graces the New York StageOnce there was a play—and a theater was created to present it. That’s part of the story behind the establishment of New Yiddish Rep five