Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774
By:
In an effort to attract more visitors, the National Museum of American Jewish History has changed its policies regarding Shabbat and kashrut.
Comment3
By:
A Canadian artist's visit to her sister's Berwyn synagogue marked the beginning of a process that culminated in the unveiling of her latest work, “The Six Panels of Creation."
Comment0
By:
JTA
Jewish philanthropist Michael Steinhardt will auction off his 500-piece Judaica collection, Sotheby's announced. The auction house will offer a dedicated auction titled "A Treasured Legacy: The Michael & Judy Steinhardt Judaica Collection" on April 29 in New York. Steinhardt has been collecting rare and unusual Judaica for the past three decades, according to Artdaily.org. "It is time for the collection...
Comment0
By:
Ruth Ellen Gruber | JTA
Forget about your typical museum — a national project set to open in October in the Czech Republic will link exhibitions in 10 restored synagogues located in as many different towns.
Comment0
By:
Lois G. Levine Annual Cultural Arts Weekend Jan. 11-13. Adath Emanu-El, 205 Elbo Lane, Mt Laurel, www.adathemanuel.com . Israeli dancing and songs, ice sculpture, fabric art and Judaica highlight the events held in honor of Adath Emanu-El’s first rebbitzen. Fri. Shabbat service, Sat. events begin at 6:30 p.m., Sun. events at 1 p.m. Alzheimer’s Detection & Prevention Jan. 15 at...
Comment0

Advertisement Block

Advertisement Block

Advertisement