Posts Tagged ‘Holidays

Kol HaOt presents a moving exhibit on “Peace” featuring noted artists such as Andi Arnovitz, Sharon Binder, Izzy Pludwinski, Ruth Schreiber, David Moss, Ken Goldman, and many others. Sunday October 12 & Monday October 13, 4pm – 9pm Ahim Hasid Complex 45 Emek Refraim, German Colony, Jerusalem, Israel. Also featuring: • Guided tours of the […]

As the Holiday of Sukkot approaches the Creative Soul is gearing up to host it’s annual community exhibition. Oct 12 – Nov 2, 2014 Opening Reception: Sunday Oct 12, 8pm (See below for additional events) The Creative Soul Gallery 386 Kingston Ave in the heart of Chassidic Brooklyn. Everyone is invited to celebrate the diverse […]

Artist profile by Yehudis Barmatz. Motta Brim: Born in Jerusalem, 1959. Lives and works in Beitar Illit. The life of a Hassidic man, family and community oriented, is quite domestic. Often this is overlooked by the world at large. But this introverted reflection and domesticity inspired Motta Brim’s new and original works in a recent […]

Did you donate to the Samurai Jew fundraising campaign we posted about? Well they made the animation! It is fun and funny and good to see an animation like you would on TV but with hilarious and knowledgable Jewish characters.

Micacaeous-Wheat Impressed Matzah Tray

The Bronfman Haggadah, a revolutionary Haggadah for the 21st century, is a collaboration between the late Edgar M. Bronfman, world-renowned philanthropist and Jewish leader, and acclaimed artist, Jan Aronson. The app for the iPad and iPhone is the complete Bronfman Haggadah that can be used alone or as an additional learning tool alongside a traditional […]

Wish there were more Jewish content animations? Welcome Samurai Jew! The Jewish answer to Samurai Jack Samurai Jew was created by Nadav Nachmany, an animator and filmmaker from Jerusalem who holds his degree from Bezalel art academy in Jerusalem. Nachmany graduated from Betzalel six years ago and became interested in Judaism around that time. His […]

Happy Passover!

22, Mar 2013

Exodus Steps

21, Mar 2013

Exodus Steps is an interactive art installation that engages viewers with the biblical story of the Hebrews’ escape from slavery in Egypt. Timed to coincide with the Passover season, this installation combines street art and performance elements to create visual puzzles that put the viewer in the story and literally “remember as if you have […]