Friday, August 28, 2015 Elul 13, 5775

The arts flourished in Philadelphia by mid-20th century and continued to find all sorts of outlets, both professional and amateur.
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Before and during the 20th century, Jewish expression in the arts was as varied as the Jews themselves.
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Warren Hoffman The nice Jewish boy from Broomall holds one of the keys to the future of Philadelphia’s Jewish arts scene. Warren Hoffman’s love for and knowledge of Jewish culture runs deep. He is an adjunct faculty member of Temple University’s Jewish Studies program, received a Foundation for Jewish Culture theater grant and authored the book The Passing Game: Queering...
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Ellen Frankel From literature to opera, children to adults, Ellen Frankel is transmitting Jewish stories to a variety of audiences through a variety of creative genres. The 60-year-old is the award-winning author of 10 Jewish-themed books, including 4,000 Years of Jewish Lore, The Encyclopedia of Jewish Symbols and the JPS Illustrated Jewish Children’s Bible, which won the 2009 National Jewish...
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Sidney Kimmel In 2001, in the middle of December, 40,000 Philadelphians flocked to the Avenue of the Arts for the grand opening of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. They wanted to see for themselves what many had criticized and mocked. What had Sidney Kimmel’s $35 million created on this nondescript piece of real estate in the heart of...
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Arts and Culture Events

Fri. Aug 28
Germantown Jewish Centre
6:00 PM
Sun. Aug 30
Congregations of Shaare Shamayim
4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Wed. Sep 2
Old City Jewish Arts Center
6:00 PM-8:00 PM

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