Posts Tagged ‘Jewish Art Education

Continuing coverage of the CAJM Conference in NYC As more and more Jewish institutions are looking to innovate the way they engage, many are opening up to collaborations they would not have pursued before. Although far-reaching partnerships and crowdsourcing are integral parts of the way an audience is cultivated in the 21st century, the resistance […]

“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.

Drisha Arts Fellows Explore Shabbat Thursday June 2nd, 2011 Gallery reception 6pm Performance beginning promptly at 7pm $10 RSVP to [email protected] Drisha Institute for Jewish Education 37 West 65th Street New York, NY 10023

By SUDINmag | Tweet A call for innovation in the arts was discussed this week at The Orthodox Forum, an academic conference hosted by Yeshiva University. The mission of this year’s conference was to come to terms and innovate art and cultural trends not inherently understood in the community. The discourse reflected the Modern Orthodox […]

Israeli and Jewish ART – Study Tour: July 19 – 28, 2011 At the end of the 19th century there were only a handful of Jewish artists – a prominent minority that stands out in contrast to the thriving world of Hebrew literature. One reason for this was the prohibition on Jews being accepted to […]