Weeks before the pandemic necessitated its temporary closure, Philadelphia’s National Museum of American Jewish History filed for bankruptcy in hopes of keeping its doors open.
The autumn holiday of Sukkot continues to offer solace and community for new generations.
As Jewish artists fled World War II, some settled in Brazil, where their resilience and desire for renewal shaped their art that looked hopefully to the future.
Animals marching onto Noah’s Ark and the parting of the Red Sea feature in two mosaic floor panels discovered in a Roman-era synagogue in Huqoq, Israel
Two medieval Hebrew manuscripts have gone on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to coincide with the beginning of Passover (sundown today, Monday, April 14).
It may not have been on everyone’s radar, but last week a new New York art gallery opened — in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. True to one of the major ethnic groups that neighborhood has long been known for, the new space is dedicated solely to Jewish, mostly Hassidic, art, which is a relatively new phenomenon.