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The TALI Education Fund has announced the launching of itsnewest Web site - Visual Midrash - a collection of Fine and Folk Art onBiblical themes. The site was created by Dr. Jo Milgrom and Dr. JoelDuman and is based on Dr. Milgrom's archive of art images collected overa lifetime of teaching and pioneering the field of art as Biblicalcommentary.
Updated: Dec. 02, 2009
The New Jewish Filmmaking Project (NJFP), a program of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, produces documentary films that reflect the perspectives of the generation of Jews coming of age in America today. Since 2002, 48 teens have participated in the NJFP under the tutelage of the noted film professionals at San Francisco's Citizen Film documentary production company.
Updated: Aug. 02, 2009
Omanoot, which means 'art' in Hebrew, is a web-based non-profit organization formed to promote and teach about Israeli culture through classic and contemporary Israeli art, in order to strengthen connections to Israel as well as Jewish Identity.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2009
Known for their many performances, The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange uses movement as a way to express Jewish history, text and prayer. The group travels throughout the U.S. and abroad, performing and teaching in local communities. The company has recently initiated workshops for educators focusing on techniques for connecting their students with the emotional and personal components of Jewish text and history through movement within the classroom.
Updated: Oct. 04, 2008
BIMA brings talented teens together at the Brandeis University campus at Waltham, Massachusetts for four weeks in the summer to cultivate a vibrant, pluralistic environment brimming with artistic discovery and Jewish experiences. A BIMA summer experience allows honing artistic skills, living and discovering a diverse Jewish community, and exploring who you are as an artist.
Updated: Jun. 30, 2008
StorahLAB is Storahtelling’s annual summer training institute for Jewish educators. Participants are trained by expert faculty to apply and integrate the “Storahtelling' technique in their specific educational settings. This year, StorahLAB will be held at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, in collaboration with the Institute for Informal Jewish Education’s BIMA, between July 14 – 20, 2008.
Updated: Jun. 11, 2008
The Jewish Lens is a comprehensive curriculum for middle and high school students. The learning program uses the work of renowned photographer Zion Ozeri as a stimulus for exploring Jewish values, identity, and tradition. Ozeri's photographs capture the unity and diversity of the world's Jewish community - reflecting the values and traditions that have defined Jewish existence around the world for centuries.
Updated: Apr. 30, 2008
A biographical account of the establishment and running of the Hebrew Arts School in New York by gifted educator, composer, and musicologist, Tzipora Jochsberger (1920-). Jochsberger's contributions deserve the attention of Jewish educators and artists who are looking to the arts to address the diverse needs of Jewish learners of all ages.
Updated: Apr. 09, 2008