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Brooklyn Exhibits ‘Jewish-Syrian Metal Works: The Lost Art of Damascus’
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Maurice Nseiri finds a safe space at the Jewish Children’s Museum after years of religious persecution
Pianist Shoshana Michel Expresses the Poignancy of Chassidic Melodies
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She says she is amazed by the profound effect ‘nigunim’ have, as expressed in ‘Soul Whispers’
An Artistic Tale of Two Cities: Brooklyn Comes to Philadelphia
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Old City Jewish Art Center is featuring a local painter’s images of Chassidic life in New York
Why an Orthodox Rabbi Got Involved in a Movie
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Q&A with Rabbi Manis Friedman, who provides the Biblical account in “Patterns of Evidence” documentary
View From Within: Photos Documenting Chassidic Community
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A Japanese photographer’s work on display at the Brooklyn Public Library
Group Art Show Explores ‘Spiritual Defense’ of the Land of Israel
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Positive action comes in many forms, including creative works on display in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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L.A. film showing of animated tales about Chassidic rabbi and teacher
What Is Jewish Art? A Diverse Palette
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Two Jewish artists respond at event at Chabad serving Pratt Institute.
Exploring Jewish Mysticism Through Art: Ascent Retreat Focuses on Re-Creation
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When most people think of Safed, two things immediately come to mind, aside from the city’s sheer beauty and vistas, perched as it is atop Israel’s Upper Galilee region: Jewish mysticism and art.
Collection of Intimate Portraits of Rebbe and His Followers Opened to Public
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Sarah Goldblatt’s father, Yossi Melamed, was a huge admirer of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory. So much so that he made a career out of taking pictures of the Jewish leader.
Following “Miraculous” Recovery, Boy Uses Music to Inspire Others
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Yisroel Amar has grown up always on the lookout for ways to reach and inspire ever more people. All of 13, he’s seized upon the gift of an angelic voice as his preferred medium for channeling Jewish teachings and uplifting audiences in his corner of South Florida and beyond.
Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Engages Female-Only Audiences
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One of the most-widely attended Jewish film festivals in the United States shined a spotlight on the lives of religious women this week, treating all-female audiences to screenings of a uniquely feminine work of art and a chance to get to know the film’s director.
Philadelphia Art Students Embrace Modest Fashion
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Organized by the Chabad House for Students of the Arts, the all-women’s event drew a crowd of 100 to a Philadelphia auditorium and showcased a section of the market that typically receives short-shrift in today’s fashion-conscious world.
New Seminary Combines Worlds of Chassidism and Performance Art
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Rivka Eilfort is an 18-year-old chassidic singer and songwriter, whose parents serve as Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in southern California. She sings deep, mystical lyrics while playing the guitar like a natural star.
Groundbreaking Video Celebrates Decade of Broadcasting Rebbe’s Teachings
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Each week, about 200,000 people around the world sit down to watch the “Living Torah,” a 15 to 20 minute video magazine program built around the teachings and impact of the Rebbe.
Jewish Music Festival Brings Jersey Community Together
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By 3:00 in the sunny afternoon, already 750 people were perusing art, snacking on kosher hot dogs and chicken, and sipping cold beverages on the lawn as Jewish bands played on the stage. And the second annual Jewish Music and Art Festival still had four more hours to go.
Ancient Midrashic Tale Comes to Life Through Modern Animation
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One of the most ancient tales from the Torah has been illuminated in the newest style of CGI animation.
Female-Only Movie Screens in 11 Cities During Passover Holiday
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Robin Garbose, the Jewish director who earned headlines for her female-only screenings, is at it again, scheduling showings of her latest film in 11 American cities over the upcoming Passover holiday.
Maor Gallery Shines Jewish Light on Miami Art World
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Rabbi Shmuel Gopin isn’t your typical rabbi. On any given Sabbath, he can be found presiding over synagogue services, but on the second Saturday night of each month, he’s right next door at an art gallery, welcoming Jewish visitors to one of Miami’s newest hotspots.
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You: Animated Clay Rabbis
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At a table surrounded by swaying bearded Chasids singing a wordless melody sits a rabbi dressed in white, his long white beard and white head covering completing the ensemble.
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