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.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 fiveThe Arts: The Tel Aviv OpenA dazzle of color is the visitor’s reward for climbing four flights of stairs to take a peek at this duplex overlooking the Mediterranean Sea:Last Look: Beauty and the BeholderKehinde Wiley has traveled the world looking for subjects to paint. The successful Los Angeles-born artist is best know for his “The World Stage” series,Brief Reviews: Retrieving Life and MemoryFILMS Incessant Visions: Letters From an Architect Erich Mendelsohn, a much heralded 20th-century architect, designed the Einstein Tower in Potsdam, Germany, and Hadassah Hospital onThe Arts: Synagogues in WoodKornik. Lutomiersk. Przedborz. Obscure today, perhaps, but these Polish cities and countless others with Jewish quarters were home to bustling communities throughout the 1,000-year historyThe Arts: Social Justice in Clicks and SnapsMax the bagel man is beaming, bathed in light; looped in each hand are two strings of bagels that he is rushing to a restaurantBrief Reviews: Finding Love and Seeking JusticeFILMS In Darkness The emotions and setting of this Polish film are dark indeed, as it re-creates the experiences of a dozen Jewish men, womenThe Arts: Old-New Museum“The Magnes” announces the big, lit-up silver sign on the façade of the low-slung, burnt-orange building in downtown Berkeley, California. The modern 25,000-square-foot building, a former printing