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Jacob Richman has created a web page with a rich listing of Shabbat online resources. The list contains Parshat Hashavua pages, lesson plans, videos, recipes, games and clipart as well as English-Hebrew vocabulary lists. Many of the listed sites are in Hebrew, Russian, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian.
Updated: Oct. 23, 2014
The giant newsreel archive, British Pathé , released its entire collection of 85,000 films in high resolution, to the public this week on its Youtube Channel. The films, dating from 1896 to 1976, include hundreds of newsreels from Palestine prior to the establishment of Israel in 1948. Among the treasures the archive published are videos from Israel's first years, from the time of the British Mandate into the late sixties. Some of the videos are narrated, but others are raw footage that was left discarded on the editing room floor.
Updated: May. 07, 2014
An Israeli start-up, Interlude, is putting its interactive video platform to work for the Israel Ministry of Tourism. A new interactive video by the Ministry presents potential visitors to Israel with a full range of Israel tour experiences, all in a five minute video. Tourism Minister Uzi Landau introduced the video Wednesday at the International Mediterranean Tourism Market, going on this week in Tel Aviv. Using Interlude’s platform, the video offers viewers dozens of itineraries by making interactive selections as the video plays.
Updated: Mar. 02, 2014
Back in August, 12 young artists, storytellers, and programmers got together at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco and remixed Talmudic tales through original art. This week, we started rolling out their brand new Studio G-dcast collaborative films. So far, we’ve premiered “Waiting For Ewe” and “Fringe Benefits.” There are many more to come! Now, you can witness the fruits of their labor, or at least, some of the labor fruits. The Studio G‑dcast 2013 residents worked in traditional chevruta pairs for six days at the CJM to create new versions of ancient tales.
Updated: Dec. 25, 2013
The Bezalel Academy stands at the center of the cultural discourse associated with the country's artistic activity and plays a decisive role in the shaping of Israel's cultural identity. The Bezalel Catalog was established for the purpose of documenting and preserving the visual history of the Bezalel Academy and the creative output of Academy graduates, and creating a historic archive of the institution that would contain works created by the students during the various stages of their studies, to enable documentation and provide access to current activities at Bezalel. Every year, the Academy's extensive database is further enriched by current records of hundreds of new works from all of the departments at Bezalel: Architecture, Industrial Design, Ceramic & Glass Design, Jewelry & Fashion Design, Photography, Fine Arts, Screen-Based Arts, Visual Communication as well as from the higher degree programs in fine arts, industrial design and urban design.
Updated: Oct. 30, 2013
The Hebrew Alphabet free online tutorial to learn Hebrew letters with quick-study method, video pronunciation, Aleph Bet graphics & Jewish Alphabet textual explanations and tools. Everything you need to learn the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet is on this page.
Updated: Oct. 21, 2013
A family survey, ethnographic study, and quasi-experimental study investigated Shalom Sesame's potential to enhance understanding of Jewish culture and identity among preschool families. Preschoolers demonstrated significant learning, recognizing that people who looked different could be Jewish, and in knowledge about Hebrew words, Jewish holidays, and things they would see in Israel. Learning also extended beyond the screen, via spontaneous family discussions/activities, and an increased desire to celebrate holidays or visit Israel. The videos held particular value for interfaith families and those outside established Jewish communities. Parents valued Shalom Sesame for helping children connect to the broader Jewish community, deepening their own connection, and educating non-Jewish relatives and friends.
Updated: Sep. 30, 2013
Israel exists in our everyday lives in ways that are unique and personal to each of us. In summer 2013, the iCenter asked people to share these stories and connections over Facebook and Twitter. Through these photos and captions, we discovered the stories of over 130 people, places, families, and objects that connect people with Israel.
Updated: Aug. 26, 2013
Haaretz has published an online supplement “Israel in Camera”. It is a collection of 100 pictures that not onlycord some of the many memorable moments of Israel’s 65 years, but also recreate them, in ways that only a good photo can.
Updated: Jun. 25, 2013
Animating the Talmud: Studio G-dcast Videos Bring Together Animators and Storytellers to Put a Modern Spin on Ancient Jewish Texts
Last August, a group of young Jewish artists gathered at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum to write, record, and animate the short films illustrating famous Talmud tales. Over the course of one intensive week, the participating animators and storytellers, many of whom were encountering the Talmud for the first time, brought to life six of the Babylonian Talmud’s best-known tales.
Updated: May. 28, 2013