Premiere screening of Stateless: a documentary film about the emigration of Soviet Jews during the late 1980's
In the late 1980’s, on the brink of the collapse of the Soviet Union, tens of thousands of Soviet Jews were finally allowed to leave the USSR. What these people did not expect was that their final destination, America, no longer welcomed them with open arms. In 1988, American policy suddenly changed and thousands of […]
Litvakus will perform a program of rarely heard and newly discovered traditional Eastern European Jewish, Belarusian, and Polish music at American Folk Art Museum at Lincoln Center in New York. This is a FREE show, since it is part of Free Music Fridays series.
The Jewish Art Salon catalyzes and celebrates contemporary art with Jewish themes. The Salon is an innovative and global community of artists, art professionals and art enthusiasts RJeneration partners with the Jewish Art Salon to invite you to “Finding Home: “Parallels in mythology from around the world”. An event for you as the writer and […]
With the Unemployed Fortune Tellers and Burlesque with Minnie Tonka.
“Inheritance of a Story” is a COJECO Blueprint Fellowship Alumni art exhibit of three New York artists: Anya Roz, Tanya Levina and Yuliya Levit, juxtaposed with poetic prose of Clarice Lispector, mystical Brazilian writer of Jewish-Ukrainian descent. This show is a multimedia exploration of the tales of strangers in the strange lands – recurrent narratives […]
Yiddish songs – twinkling lullabies and earnest songs of love and love gone wrong. Raw, beautiful and elegant in their simplicity, many of the songs are rarely heard treasures of old Soviet era anthologies of songs collected in the shtetls of Ukraine in the 1920s. Inna Barmash’s first started singing in Yiddish back in her […]
YCROP and Jewish Art Salon invite you to a screening of the acclaimed documentary Punk Jews, with film producers Saul Sudin and Evan Kleinman attending. Punk Jews explores an emerging movement of provocateurs and committed Jews who are asking, each in his or her own way, what it means to be Jewish in the 21st […]
Film’s by and about Israel’s minority populations. Founded in 2007, The Other Israel Film Festival uses film to foster social awareness and cultural understanding. The Festival presents dramatic and documentary films, as well as engaging panels about history, culture, and identity on the topic of minority populations in Israel with a focus on Arab citizens […]
Message from Igor Molochevski: Please join me during showcasing of my interactive installation, dedicated to the memory of the victims of nazism. “Dehumanization occurs when uniquely human characteristics (e.g. refinement, moral sensibility) are denied to an out group. This has happened with Black Americans in the United States, Jews during the Holocaust, and the Tutsi […]
New York City – it inspires millions every day to profess their love. People dream, sing, write, film, rap, and create poems about it, even when they don’t live here. In the rush of leading our hectic New York City lives, we often lose sight of the places we pass by everyday and how they […]