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Thursday, April 5, 6 p.m.JoinAnn Ginsburgh Hofkinand other artists for a talk and closing reception for the exhibitPhases of Matterat the Minnetonka Center for the Arts (2240 North Shore Dr, Wayzata). The artists consider natural phenomena and ideas of transformation in two and three-dimensional artworks. FFI:minnetonkaarts.org
Saturday, April 7, 1 p.m.Shana Kaplowexhibits new ink paintings at Gallery71 (7141 France Ave S, Edina) in a group show,Situations, which runs throughApril 28. Stop by for an artists’ talk. FFI:gallery71mpls.com/
Sunday, April 8, 10 a.m.The Yiddish VinklpresentsCommemorating Survivorsat the Sabes JCC (4330 S Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls), featuring Leah Pobiel from Romania and Gloria Fredkove from Italy. Musical guest Joe “Yosl” Kurland of the Wholesale Klezmer Band brings his klezmer expertise as well. FFI:email@example.com
Sunday, April 8, 2 p.m.See the film premiere ofBig Soniaat St. Anthony Main Theatre (115 Main Street SE, Mpls). When 91-year-old Sonia Warshawski--great-grandmother, businesswoman, and Holocaust survivor--is served an eviction notice, it prompts her to remember her past as a refugee and a witness to genocide. FFI: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, April 8, 2 p.m.Mount Zion Temple (1300 Summit Ave, St Paul) hostsNew Music Inspired by Yiddish, a concert in memory of composerDavid Stock. Featuring two of Stock’s compositions and “Israeli Horas” by Baruch Liftman, it’s also a chance to hear works by local composers Miriam Gerberg, Diane Benjamin, and Carol Barnett. FFI:RSpilker@mzion.org
Sunday, April 8, 3 p.m.This yearBet Shalom's (13613 Orchard Rd, Hopkins) 15th AnnualChamber Music Benefit Concertbenefits the Food Shelf at Hennepin County Medical Center. Featuring The Arietta Ensemble performing music from the 18th through the 21st Century! FFI: betshalom.org
ThroughApril 10. Margie Newmanteaches Jewish History Through Song at the St. Paul JCC (1375 St Paul Ave, St Paul). Encompassing everything from klezmer to anarchist folk songs, learn how song has played a role in Jewish political and religious movements as well as daily routines of work, courtship, and marriage for centuries. FFI:stpauljcc.org
Wednesday, April 11, 6:30 p.m.Northrop Dance Series (84 Church St SE, Mpls) screens Leonard Bernstein: Larger than Lifein advance of KEIGWIN + COMPANY’s all-Bernstein program. Filmmaker Georg Wubbolt explores Bernstein’s legacy and his insatiable urge to educate. FFI: northrop.umn.edu
Wednesday, April 11, 7 p.m.Sara Lynn Newbergertakes you on an exploration of “the Golden Rule” using text and commentary forLOVE YOUR NEIGHBORat the St Paul JCC (1375 St. Paul Ave. St. Paul). Continue the learning by creating your own art-piece with Tracey Agranoff. RSVP:email@example.com
Wednesday, April 11, 7:15 p.m.Learn about non-Jews who risked their lives during the Holocaust to save innocent people inTHE GARDEN OF THE RIGHTEOUSat Unity Church Unitarian (733 Portland Ave, St Paul). The concert commemorates Yom HaShoah with original Yiddish music performed by the Naye Strunes Klezmer Quartet. The concert is repeated at various locations on April 12, 15, 17, 22, and 25. FFI: 612.822.9236
Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m.Well-behaved women seldom make history, as illustrated inTales of Noah's WifeandEstherby Rebecca Kanner. Hear about Kanner's re-imagined wife of Noah in a reading at The Edina Art Center (4701 W 64th St, Edina). FFI:rebeccakanner.com
Saturday, April 14, 7:30 p.m. The University Symphony Orchestra plays Leonard Bernstein’s classic music from On the Town, On the Waterfront, and more in an evening that showcases choreographer Larry Keigwin’s refreshing vision of dance—a blend of Broadway and club styles with contemporary wit, heart, and theatrical flair. FFI:northrop.umn.edu
Sunday, April 15, 2:10 p.m.The 2018 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (115 SE Main St, Msp) bringsThe Cakemaker, a drama about a closeted love affair that unfolds through the eyes of a Berlin pastry chef who belatedly learns that his commuting Israeli lover died in a Jerusalem car accident. It screens again onApril 24(4:50 p.m.). FFI:mspfilm.org
Sunday, April 15, 5 p.m.The Sabes JCC’s Shared Walls Exhibition Area (4330 S Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls) hosts an artist reception forSonya Berlovitz, whose exhibitMUMSYexplores in many media how Sonya perceives her mother’s life.You can also catch excerpts fromFamilie, a performance piece that looks at life’s stages, as told by Barbra and Sonya Berlovitz and their mother Jennie. FFI:sabesjcc.org
Sunday, April 15, 6:45 p.m.Film director Phil Harder attends the screening ofA WORK IN PROGRESS (AL MILGROM'S CINEMA JOURNEY)at the Mpls-St Paul International Film Festival (115 SE Main St, Mpls). The documentary focuses on 95-year-old Milgrom (who will also be present) through his life and legacy. It screens again onApril 26. FFI:mspfilm.org
Sunday, April 15, 9:50 p.m.InMaktub, a politically incorrect caper comedy, the destiny of two small-time enforcers for a Jerusalem mob protection racket changes when they survive a suicide bombing and wind up fulfilling the wishes of those who leave notes at the Western Wall. This Israeli film is on view at St Anthony Main Theater (115 SE Main St, Mpls). It screens again onApril 23(7:15 p.m.) and 26 (9:45 p.m.). FFI:mspfilm.org
Sunday, April 15.The Jewish Women Artists' Circle opens an interfaith exhibit entitledLife, Loss and Legacyat the Westminster Presbyterian Church (1200 S Marquette Ave, Mpls). Their 2-D and 3-D works are on display throughMay 15. FFI:lucyrosedesigns.com
Monday, April 16.Stop by for a closing reception forIm/migration and The Other,featuring work byPamela Gaard, Steve Ozone&Susan Weinbergat the Tychman Shapiro Gallery (4330 S Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls). The artists document the faces and identities of local immigrants, refugees, and those who are considered outsiders by society. FFI:sabesjcc.org
Monday, April 16, 7:30 p.m.The Center for Jewish Studies presentsTevye Transformed: Sholem Aleichem from Page to Stage and Filmat Adath Jeshurun Congregation (10500 Hillside Ln W, Minnetonka). Professor Marc Caplan invites us to re-consider Tevye the dairyman and the adaptations of Sholom Aleichem’s stories in Yiddish theater, film, and Broadway. FFI:jwst.umn.edu
Tuesday, April 17th, 5:10 p.m.Israeli director Amos Gitai examines the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the eyes of the people on both sides in his filmWest of the Jordan River.See the civilians who are working toward peace and an optimistic future at St Anthony Main Theater (115 SE Main St, Mpls). The film screens again onApril 23(9:50 p.m.).FFI:mspfilm.org
Thursday, April 19, 4:15 p.m.Five characters’ stories interweave over a 30-year period in the filmRazzia.Centering on a teacher, a strong-willed woman, a Jewish restauranteur, a wannabe musician, and a burdened teenager, the film creates a multilayered narrative that presents what could be and what is. It’s on view at St Anthony Main Theater (115 SE Main St, Mpls) and again onApril 21(9:30 p.m.) and 24 (9:40 p.m.). FFI:mspfilm.org
Thursday, April 19, 7 p.m.In a re-do of the classic Golem story,Golmah: The Jewish Wonder Woman, women build a female Golem for their protection.Cia Sautter'sstory deals with the effects of discrimination and repression through the language of flamenco dance. The Bryant Lake Bowl (810 W Lake St, Mpls) is the venue (and again onApril 26). The show can also be seen onApril 22(4 p.m.) at the Zorongo Dance Studio (3112 Minnehaha Ave, Mpls). FFI:facebook.com/cialunastorydance/
Thursday, April 19, 7:30 p.m.Be inspired by the hope of a young girl who in the midst of the Holocaust could write: “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart…" See The Diary of Anne Frankat the Park Square Theater (20 W 7th Pl, St Paul). Additional performances take place on April 22, 26, and 28. FFI: parksquaretheatre.org
Friday, April 20, 7:30 p.m.Or Emet hosts pianistLes Blockand vocalistHeidi Zimanin an evening of songs by George and Ira Gershwin and several of their notable friends, such as Harold Arlen, Irving Berlin, and Richard Rodgers. It’s a great way to celebrate some Jewish contributors to the American songbook at the Sabes JCC (4330 Cedar Lake Rd S, Mpls). FFI:oremet.org
Saturday, April 21, 7:30 p.m.Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (1978 Ford Parkway, St Paul) mounts the world premiere of a play about independence, self-exploration, and defining your dreams.Natasha and the Coatfollows a young woman (Natasha) and Yossi, a Hasidic Jew, as their lives intersect, opening up possibilities for what their futures may hold. The production runs throughMay 13. FFI:mnjewishtheatre.org
Sunday, April 22, 4 p.m.CelebrateIsrael@70at the Minneapolis Event Center atSt Anthony Main (212 2nd St SE, Mpls). It’s a party, Israeli style! Enjoy this milestone anniversary featuring live local and Israeli music, including Café Shachor Hazak!, kids' activities, and plenty of good food. FFI:facebook.com/events/159192038029883
Monday, April 23, 9:50 p.m.The aftermath of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict is at the center ofWest of the Jordan River. Explores the lives of civilians on both sides, many of whom are hopeful of one day achieving harmony despite global media coverage offering a decidedly terse view at the Minneapolis St Paul International Film Festival (115 SE Main St, Msp). FFI:mspfilm.org
Wednesday, April 25, 7 p.m.Disobediencefollows a woman who, after her father’s death, rejoins the Hassidic community that once shunned her. She reunites with her childhood friend and their long-hidden attraction is rekindled. The film screens at St. Anthony Theater (115 SE Main St, Msp). FFI: mspfilm.org
Thursday, April 26, 12 p.m.Brazilian-American artistJonatas ChimenpresentsSpiritual Growth and Enlightenment through Artat the University of St Thomas (Anderson Student Center, #340, 2115 Summit Ave, St Paul) as part of the university’s Sacred Arts Festival. Jonatas, who comes from a crypto-Jewish background, argues for the importance of allegory, folklore, and myth as catalysts for growth. FFI:stthomas.edu
ThroughApril 26.On display in the Sabes JCC’s Shared Walls space (4330 S Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls),For The Recordis a community installation facilitated byPamela Gaardwhich exhibits portraits of Jewish and immigrant refugee communities in Minneapolis. Her portraits are made from live models, some from the Somali community living in Minneapolis. FFI:sabesjcc.org
Saturday, April 28, 7:30 p.m.EarthSounds, a community choir directed byAriella Forstein, presents its spring concert at SpringHouse Ministry Center (610 W 28th St., Mpls). The choir focuses on music from different parts of the world, attuning voices to the spirit of the moment through vocal improvisation exercises. FFI:ariellaapproach.com/earthsounds-choir/
Sunday, April 29, 2 p.m.Born into a converso (or crypto-Jewish) family with roots in medieval Spain, Brazilian-American artist Jônatas Chimen constructs captivating paintings, performances, and film that explore identity, exile, and memory. Visual artist Michal Sagar joins Jônatas in conversation on the legacy of medieval Spain and the uncanny vocabulary that Jônatas has created, drawing on the hybrid reality of his family’s past. This Rimon Artist Salon takes place at Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art (250 3rd Ave N, Studio 332, Mpls). FFI:rimonmn.org
ThroughApril 30. In observance of Yom HaShoah, Mt Zion Temple (1300 Summit Ave, St Paul) exhibits work by textile artist Sandra Brick who has translated Fred Amram’s Holocaust experiences into visual art. FFI:mzion.org
Saturday, May 5, 5:30 p.m.Spend an evening with the artists at Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art’s Open Studio (250 3rd Ave N, Mpls). It’s a great chance to see new drawings, installation, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Among the artists working there areHarriet Bart, Perci Chester, Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin, Bette Globus Goodman, Bonnie Heller, Howard Oransky,and recent Rimon Artist Salon speakerSteve Ozone.FFI:trafficzoneart.com
Sunday, May 6, 11:30 a.m.Westminster Presbyterian Church (1200 S Marquette Ave, Mpls) hosts a reception for the artists in its interfaith exhibit ofLife, Loss and Legacy,which include members of the Jewish Women Artists’ Circle. The exhibit is on display throughMay 15. FFI:lucyrosedesigns.com
Sunday, May 6, 2 p.m.Mazel tov to the twentyKeren OrJewish teen artists who have created award-winning photographs, poems, and creative prose. The awards ceremony takes place at the Sabes JCC (4330 S Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls). FFI:kerenorcontest.org
Sunday, May 6.Continue the celebration of Israel's 70th birthday with an exhibit of Minnesota Jewish artists and and their colleagues in Rehovot, Israel, in the exhibitYesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Israel at 70at the Sabes JCC (4330 S Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls). The exhibit runs throughJune 10. FFI:sabesjcc.org
1. Each summerRochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of original artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers, youth and YOU. Each artist may enter up to four artworks of any medium (2D or 3D). Artworks must be six inches square and signed only on the back, to be exhibited anonymously. Participation is free. All artworks will be exhibited and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Artists’ names will be revealed to the buyer upon purchase and all artworks remain on display throughJuly 16. Entries accepted now throughApril 15. FFI: roco6x6.org
2. Visions: Jewish, Art & Social Change Retreat Asylum Arts, in collaboration with Repair the World presents Visions: Jewish Art & Social Change Retreat to take place fromJuly 29 – August 1, 2018in Detroit. During this intensive four-day training, thirty emerging artists from throughout the United States will explore social justice engagement through a Jewish lens, share their work and stories, as well as learn from artists and activists in the Detroit community. This retreat hopes to empower a cadre of Jewishly-identified artists to engage with the larger social justice context and communities in need. With this retreat, we want to empower the Jewish artist community to become a crucial part of working to communicate across difference, build healthy communities, and transform conversations. They are looking for artists who demonstrate a high level of excellence, work professionally in their field, and are actively involved in the field of social practice, socially-engaged art, or work at the intersection of art and social justice. Artists should be within the stage of emerging, and generally within the ages of 22-45. We are open to all artistic disciplines, including visual arts, theater, performance, video, film, new media, dance, written media, music, etc. Applications are now open, and will closeApril 29, 2018. FFI: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Be one of 45 top talented young musicians to experience a “week in the life” of a professional musician! Participate in a week of intensive orchestra rehearsals, then join theMN Sinfonia Orchestrain performing a concert at the beautiful Lake Harriet Bandshell in Minneapolis! Advanced music students up to age 19, with a teacher recommendation may apply. Participants must participate in ALL rehearsals AND the concert. FFI: email@example.com
4.Have you ever wanted to get a new project off the ground? Do you want to start something special, but just don’t have the resources? Then the YALA Grassroots Mini-Grant is for you! Thanks to the vision, guidance and support of the Minneapolis and Saint Paul Federations, there is now a way to get funds and resources into the hands of the individuals in the Twin Cities Jewish communities. These grants are being made available for young professionals and college students. FFI: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Camp Olami at the Sabes JCCis looking for qualified young men and women to serve as staff for the summer. Positions available for ages 16 - 20+ include: Junior Counselor, Special Needs Advocate, Senior Counselor, Program Director, and Specialists in areas including: Arts & Crafts, Drama, Music, and more. Staff must be available Monday-Friday, June 11 -August 10 from 8:30am-4:30pm.Application online atsabesjccsummercamp.org
6. MN Sinfonia professional chamber orchestra hosts 2018 Minnesota Composers New Works Competition. Five new works will premiere during the 2018-19 season with winning composers to receive compensation ranging between $500 and $6,000. Young Composer Division is under the age of 19,Deadline:June 10, 2018.Adult Composer DivisionDeadline:September 1, 2018.FFI:email@example.com
7. Evening programs are an exciting way to close out each day of the conference at NewCAJE 2018. Be part of three amazing nights of song, dance, storytelling, theater, music, art and much more! Check back soon for more details! If you’re interested in performing at NewCAJE9, contact the Evening Programs Chair newcaje.org. ConferenceJuly 29.
8. Kol HaOt--a Jerusalem-based organization that combines the arts with Jewish themes, history and ideas--welcomes visual artists who are fascinated with Judaism’s rich sources to apply to its Artist in Residence program. The artist will be given a spacious working space at no cost to work on creative artwork(s) that explore the intersection of the arts, Judaism and Jewish sources. The Kol HaOt center is located in the `Chutzot HaYotzer Artists Colony’, just outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls, in a quiet, yet urban atmosphere. Kol HaOt staff will provide logistic and administrative assistance and familiarity with the local artistic cultural and religious scenes. The artist will work daily in an artistically, culturally and historically rich environment and will interact with gallery visitors and the Kol HaOt team. No deadline: applications accepted on an ongoing basis. Short term residency, from 1 to 4 months. FFI:kolhaot.com
9. The American Guild of Judaic Artcelebrates the rich diversity and sacred beauty of Judaic art around the world. Its goal is to establish a community for those who are inspired to fulfill the commandment of hiddur mitzvah by creating, collecting, and exhibiting Jewish art. The Guild hosts an artists roster of international talent and offers online educational opportunities. Among the artists whose work is featured at its website is Minnesota-based glass artist Claude Riedel. FFI:jewishart.org
10. St. Mary’s Universityoffers aMaster's in Arts and Cultural Management,offering flexible part-time or full-time options with evening and weekend courses available. Gain real-world knowledge and experience from faculty and guest speakers who work in the field. Classroom learning covers the full spectrum of responsibilities that confront those who work in the culture sector, from fund development and marketing to nonprofit legal issues. Move through the program with a cohort of fellow students and build a network of professional colleagues along the way. Courses include a long-term residency where students gain management-level experience in the Twin Cities arts community. FFI:www.smumn.edu/graduate-home/areas-of-study/graduate-school-of-business-technology/ma-in-arts-cultural-management
11.Do you know someone with a passion for the arts and Jewish culture? Someone who is eager to translate that passion into a career? If so, consider enrolling inGeorge Washington University’s Master's in Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts program, a unique degree program that brings together faculty from Museum Education and Judaic Studies to train the next generation of professionals in the growing field of Jewish arts and culture. Qualified applicants may also receive up to 85 percent tuition support with a grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation. FFI:firstname.lastname@example.org 202-994-6281
12. Masa Israel Journeyconnects Jewish young adults to gap year, study abroad, post-college, and volunteer programs. Some Masa Israel programs of note include the Rimon Music Experience, WUJS Israel Arts-Tel Aviv and Dance Jerusalem. Through these immersive experiences, lasting between five and twelve months, participants develop a deep, personal connection to Israel and Jewish life. FFI:email@example.com
13. Volunteering is a great way to experience all that theMuseum of Russian Arthas to offer, while supporting in the mission to engage, enlighten, and educate through the artwork of Russia at the same time. There are a range of opportunities available, and volunteers receive a host of great benefits. FFI: tmora.org
14. Springboard for the Arts’ Emergency Relief Fundexists to help cover unexpected emergency expenses due to loss from fire, theft, health emergency, or other catastrophic, career-threatening events. Artists who can demonstrate an artistic history and need, may access up to $500 to meet or defray such expenses. Payment is made directly to the creditor, not to the artist. FFI: 651-379-0871
15. The St. Paul JCChosts a weekly class ofIsraeli folk dancingtaught by master teacher Shira Schwartz. The class is open to both novice and expert every Tuesday evening at7 p.m.FFI: 651-255-4736
16.For those with little to no prior art experience but who wish to learn or perfect their techniques, join theSabes JCCongoing art class“Let’s Paint, Draw and Have Fun,”led by instructor Lou Kotlarz. The class meets every Monday at10 a.m.FFI:firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Paul JCC Symphony 2015-2016 Season
One of the oldest community ensembles in the country dedicated to classical repertoire, the St. Paul JCC Symphony performs three free concerts each season. Guests are encouraged to meet the conductor in the JCC Library prior to performances. Special bonus this year: an afternoon concert especially for the young (and the young at heart).
Enjoy classical music without having to pay for parking. The St. Paul JCC Symphony season generally runs September through May with three performances: fall, winter and spring. Tickets are FREE!
Hillcrest Center Theater 1978 Ford Parkway St. Paul, MN
Our venue is the recently refurbished theater in the Highland Park Community Center. Parking is free and easy in the lot outside the theater. Street parking is also readily available. The theater is fully accessible. Contact us for information on audio-described and ASL performance dates.
Via Dolorosa Limited run: August 19 - August 27, 2017 Robert Dorfman (Lenny in We Are the Levinsons) is at center stage of this solo-performance.
Tickets $39.00, on sale Friday, August 4th
At the age of 50, playwright, screenwriter and director David Hare decided to travel to Israel to explore the 50 year old state and write about it. His conversations with politicians, artists, settlers and historians in Israel and Palestine provocatively reveals the ideas, hopes and dreams of those living amidst the Israeli-Arab conflict.
Church & State October 21 - November 12, 2017 by Jason Odell Williams Good-natured and popular Republican Senator Charlie Whitmore is up for re-election in North Carolina. Just three days before voting is to take place, he lets slip to a blogger his new and not-so-popular thoughts on God and the second amendment. As his bible-thumping wife, Sara, works to retain religion in their marriage, Alex, his New York Jewish liberal staffer, fights to keep the campaign from spinning out of control. Hailed as “gripping entertainment” (LA Times), this new comedy looks at America’s political system today.
Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins December 7 - 19 2017 By Shari Aronson, based on the book by Eric A. Kimmel Directed by Shelli Place
Hershel of Ostropol has been walking long and hard with growing anticipation for the Hanukkah holiday. Tired and hungry, he imagines the smell of latkes and the bright lights of the menorah. But when Hershel arrives in Helmsbergville, the village is silent. Goblins have been preventing Hanukkah in Helmsbergville for years. Can this visitor help bring Hanukkah back? Enlisted by the townspeople, Hershel agrees to spend eight nights in the old synagogue to try to defeat the goblins. Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins is a fun and interactive for the whole family!
Collected Stories February 24 - March 18 2018 By Donald Margulies
“What, because I haven't lived it I can't write it?" -Lisa, Collected Stories Ruth Steiner is a respected author in the autumn of her career when she hires LIsa, a graduate student, to be her assistant. Under Ruth's mentorship, Lisa's talent is unleashed, but when Lisa writes a novel based upon her teacher's past, their friendship explodes with questions about intellectual property and the ownership of experiences. The gem of a play, by one of today's most admired playwrights, displays "tangled connections between creativity and ideology...thick with ideas like a stockpot of good stew." (Village Voice)
Natasha and the Coat April 21 - May 13, 2018 by Deborah Stein
“You can spend your whole life saying 'what if'?" -Natasha and the Coat Natasha has just begun a fashion internship in an atelier in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. When she clumsily spills coffee on a vintage fur coat, she takes it to a dry cleaner where the work of Yossi, an Hasidic Jew, results in beautiful restoration. As Natasha, eager to please her unknowing boss, brings more and more items for cleaning, the very different lives of these two 2-somethings intersect, opening up possibilities for what their futures may hold. Join MJTC for the world premiere of a poignant play about independance, self-exploration, and defining your dreams.