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Monday, November 16, 10:00am
Learn about the Gett process, the role of a Gett advocate and about the culture of rabbinical courts.
Monday, November 30, 10:00am
Learn about the pain of Gett abuse and legal and Halachic remedies.
Join us for two online training sessions and join our volunteer advocate circle
December 2, 2020
2:00 pm-3:00 pm EDT
Interweaving the story of Esther and Vashti with those of two other women: Lily, a 40-something wife and mother in contemporary Brooklyn, and Vee, a young senator’s wife in Watergate-era Washington, The Book of V. is a meditation on female power and powerlessness.
Join HBI and Anna Solomon as we discuss this engrossing tale and how women’s lives have and have not changed over thousands of years.
$18 suggested gift. Please register for this event.
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Thursday, April 8, 2021
9:00 am-10:00 am EDT
Please register for this event.
Studio Israel: The Empire Shoots Back in Mizrahi Feminist Video Art
Thursday December 10, 9am EDT
Vered Nissim is an Israeli based visual artist, mostly focused on photography and video installations. The home and family sphere is her primary source material, showing an insider point of view on immigration, social mobility, and capitalist myths, in particular ones that relate to the perception of femininity.
Dr. Sivan Rajuan Shtang is a visual culture scholar interested in the various modes of intersection between the axis of race, class, gender, and sexuality in Israeli and Zionist art and visual culture.
A partnership between HBI, the Jewish Arts Collaborative, the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, and chaired by artist Caron Tabb, this group will bring together leaders across artforms and backgrounds to understand how Israeli art represents the swath of cultural opportunities and challenges that face Israel currently. With a focus on female artists of diverse Israeli backgrounds, we’ll dive deep into what Israel is today.
Series made possible with generous support from CJP Arts & Culture.
Questions? Email Amy Powell.
Thursday, October 15, 2020