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The Largest Online Archive of Jewish Art

The Largest Online Archive of Jewish Art
By October 18, 2017

Lose an afternoon looking through hundreds of thousands of artifacts. Read More

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Anish Kapoor. Artist. Jewish. Color Renegade.

Anish Kapoor. Artist. Jewish. Color Renegade.
By February 21, 2017

Banned from colors. Winning awards. Taking names. Read More

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UPDATE: Shia’s Art Did Not Save Us

UPDATE: Shia’s Art Did Not Save Us
By February 13, 2017

‘HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US’ ends years early. Read More

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Shia LaBeoufs’ Art Will Save Us

Shia LaBeoufs’ Art Will Save Us
By January 23, 2017

HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US runs continuously for the next 4 years. Read More

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Artist Sara Erenthal Reflects on Her Ultra-Orthodox Upbringing, And Life Beyond

Artist Sara Erenthal Reflects on Her Ultra-Orthodox Upbringing, And Life Beyond
By September 9, 2014

She fled an arranged marriage at 17, joined the Israeli army, then backpacked through India. Her new exhibit in Brooklyn touches on her religious childhood and secular present. Read More

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Graphic Novelist Liana Finck on Yiddish Letters, Teen Angst, and Becoming a Book Person

Graphic Novelist Liana Finck on Yiddish Letters, Teen Angst, and Becoming a Book Person
By July 23, 2014

Q&A with the author of “A Bintel Brief: Love and Longing in Old New York” Read More

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Spotlight On: Gabriel Kahane—Composer, Musician, Bard of Los Angeles

Spotlight On: Gabriel Kahane—Composer, Musician, Bard of Los Angeles
By July 10, 2014

On his latest album “The Ambassador,” the 33-year-old musician transcends musical genres, with L.A. as his muse. Read More

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New Generation of Orthodox Women Artists “In Progress” at Stern College Exhibit

New Generation of Orthodox Women Artists “In Progress” at Stern College Exhibit
By July 8, 2014

Stern College’s senior art show, on display through July 13, celebrates the process of creation. Read More

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