Posts Tagged ‘Brooklyn

Venue: Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery @ CKI, 603 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY. More info on the gallery here. Theme: Passover and the Consequences of Freedom. Maximum dimensions: 48 x 48, ready to hang, all media, but not 3-D. Curator: Richard McBee. Co-sponsored by the Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery @CKI and the Jewish Art Salon. […]

Rome-born photojournalist Federica Valabrega has spent the last several years traveling the world photographing the unseen side of Orthodox women’s lives for her series Bat Melech (Daughters of the King). As she winds down her time in New York, Jewish News One caught up with her for a filmed interview where she discusses the project, […]

by Elke Reva Sudin There are two ways people typically explore Hasidic subjects through art. It is either a sensitive portrayal of a tradition they are a part of, or an outsider’s perspective on a strange and unique culture. Brooklyn based artist Michael Levin has done both, and quite successfully at that. In his new […]

“Punk Jews” is a documentary film that follows an underground Jewish community expressing their identity in unconventional ways that challenge stereotypes and break down barriers. From Hassidic punk rockers to Yiddish street performers to African-American Jewish activists, “Punk Jews” shows an emerging movement in New York City of Jews asserting their Jewish identity, defying the […]

When a Rabbi, a scientist and an artist meet up… Can you complete the sentence? Leviticus Studio will be hosting a Jewish Art week during the week of Hanukkah and is now receiving submissions. We are looking for visual artists, musicians, performers, poets, and thinkers that are looking into the intersections between art, science and […]

Check out this new innovative sukkah by Babak Bryan and Henry Grosman, aka BanG Studios, based in New York City. They are part of a new generation of architects rethinking the traditional sukkah for the 21st century.  Last year BanG won the people’s choice award for the Sukkah City competition with their entry Fractured Bubble. Rendering […]

Update: The Deadline for this call has been extended to January 15th, 2012 Congregation Beth Torah Juried Contest and Show: Making Connections Maintaining and expressing Jewish identity through art Winning entries will be displayed promonently in the Synagogue during the opening reception and community wide gala. The evening will include a panel discussion of the show’s […]

Holy Days Art Jam

26, Sep 2011

Leviticus Studio is hosting a post Rosh Hashana Pre-Yom Kippur art jam. The night will start off with some nigunim and will progress into a freestyle jam, combined with free flowing art making. Painting walls and paints will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own instruments. Saturday, October 1st at 8:30 pm $5 […]

Bible FRESH in DUMBO

18, Jul 2011

Bible AdInfinitum by Ahron Weinter will be exhibiting at a Klompching Gallery’s FRESH show, curated by Darren Ching and W.M. Hunt. The smart assemblages by Ahron D. Weiner, ‘Bible Adinfinitum’, are colorful, bold and graphic, drawing upon the language of advertising and alluding to a mind’s eye vision of the Old Testament. FRESH is the first collaboration […]

By Elke Reva Sudin On a steamy July evening in the heart of Williamsburg Brooklyn, urban contemporary artists hailing from 7 different countries explored the subject of religious practice in the exhibition RITUAL curated by HONEYCOMB and hosted at the Causey Contemporary Gallery. RITUAL opens at the Causey Contemporary Gallery Based in Buenos Aires, Trystan Bates […]


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