Posts Tagged ‘Graphic Novels

By Ian Mohr | “NOAH” director Darren Aronofsky is launching an art exhibition in conjunction with his upcoming Biblical epic movie starring Russell Crowe, Page Six has learned. The director will curate “Fountains of the Deep: Visions of Noah and the Flood,” featuring never-before-seen works by more than 50 contemporary artists as well as […]

Jo-El / Jore-El Superheros, Autobiography, & Religion The Art of Joel Silverstein Opening Sunday March 23, 2014 3:00-5:30pm Artist Talk at 4:30pm Hadas Gallery – Rohr Center Pratt Institute 541 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205 Phone 718 866 6815 Open by Appointment Jo-El/ Jore-El: Superheroes, Autobiography & Religion The Art of Joel Silverstein March 23- […]

Immersive, intense, free, week-long workshops for anyone, ages 21 to 30, who’s curious about the connections between Jewishness and modern culture.

Familiar with big Jewish communities in the United State, Europe, or Israel? Ever wonder what it is like on the other side of the globe? Over in Melbourne, Australia, screenwriter Ted Janet and illustrator Edward Rocha are producing a comic that not only tells you about the Jewish community down under, but gets into atheism […]

Brazilian cartoonists Adam Grzybowski and Luis Goldman will present their off-color humorous take on the Torah with the cartoon series BIBLE: Unauthorized Version the evening of May 28th at the Midrash Centro Cultural in Rio De Janeiro. International audiences can read the BIBLE: Unauthorized Version comic strip and view the animated shorts in English, Spanish […]

JT Waldman, author/illustrator of Megillat Esther & Not The Israel My Parents Promised Me with Harvey Pekar, presents at UMass Amherst Hillel. An Evening with Graphic Novelist JT Waldman Thursday April 11, 2013 7:30 PM, Herter Hall Rm. 227, 161 Presidents Drive Amherst MA Judaism, Comix, and the Mending of the Golden Calf Friday April […]

“Fractured Epics: History Painting and Imaginary Portraits” by Joel Silverstein filmed at The Columbia/ Barnard Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life. This exhibition is on display through January 27th. Special thanks to the Jewish Art Salon, especially Yona Verwer and Richard McBee for their vital roles in creating this exhibition and presentation.

By Saul Sudin Darren Aronofsky’s dreams are finally coming true. As he tweeted recently, production is underway on his film adaptation of the Torah’s story of Noach, a project he has ambitiously hoped to make since his Bar Mitzvah. The filmmaker behind Pi, The Fountain, and the Academy Award-winning Black Swan is taking a radical […]

When last we reported on filmmaker Darren Aronofsky’s long-gestating dream project Noah in February of this year, it seemed like the screen version would continue to languish in development hell. So Aronofsky, much as he did with his ambitiously religious The Fountain, began working on a graphic novel adaptation of he and frequent collaborator Ari Handel’s […]