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September 2020

September 1st, 2020 - June 7th, 2021


Online via Zoom

Welcome to JArts Live -- “JLive” -- our series of virtual cultural experiences. Meet some of the best Boston area talent, telling their Jewish story through art. After all, even though  COVID-19 is keeping us apart, art and culture will always keep us connected. Musician Zachary Mayer   SPRING SEASON LINE-UP FRIDAYS AT 12 PM January 29:         Chef Ilan Barniv, owner of local Israeli eatery BONAPITA Watch online February 10:       Composer and musician Derek David…

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March 2021

March 1st - September 12th

Community Creative Fellowship

  The Jewish Arts Collaborative and Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Art and Culture, have proudly teamed up to present a season-long community-based art fellowship to two outstanding artists in the Boston area. Today, as more and more people are exploring personal, creative approaches to their Jewish identity, arts and culture are playing an essential role. Instead of being an adjunct to Jewish identity, the arts are now its foundation. On the communal level, the arts enable us to reach and educate…

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March 18th - July 15th

Artist Beit Midrash

    A New Jewish Learning Salon   Created by the Jewish Arts Collaborative and Hebrew College, the Artist Beit Midrash brings together several dozen area artists working across mediums, to study Jewish text, share their creative process, and build community.  Group meetings are guided by a different theme each quarter, and involve the exploration of texts ancient to modern, from a variety of thinkers across modalities. Spring sessions run from March to July, and are led by visual artist…

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May 2021

May 25th

Tribute to Leonard Cohen with David Broza and Friends

In Memory of Michael B. Rukin Leonard Cohen   Superstar David Broza, who has been called the Israeli Leonard Cohen, will pay tribute to the late, great Cohen through story and song. Cohen, known for his sharing his spiritual influence on the world through his work, had a strong relationship with Israel. This online event, presented in partnership with the Contemporary Jewish Museum, will shed light on Cohen’s life and music. Join for this unique online musical event! Register Here…

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