Two large, purple walls filled with text and pictures are displayed on NMAJH's virtual tour.

NMAJH Digitizes Core Exhibits in Virtual ‘Revolution’

The National Museum of American Jewish History launched a virtual tour of its core exhibit on Nov. 14, digitizing the museum’s permanent exhibits across...

‘Golem’ Considers Death, Associated Jewish Rituals

At the Old City Jewish Arts Center, playwrights and theater artists Logan Gabrielle Schulman and Benjamin Behrend are trying something new: an art exhibition. For...

Barnes Show Emphasizes Jewish Painter’s Influence

The first paintings one sees upon entering “Soutine / de Kooning: Conversations in Paint,” on view at the Barnes Foundation are Chaïm Soutine’s “View of the Village."

NMAJH Leads Jewish American Heritage Month

May is Jewish American Heritage Month, and the National Museum of American Jewish History is enmeshed in the nationwide annual education project it began...

‘Pop Art Rabbi’ to Install Sukkah Project

There was a time when Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, known as The Pop Art Rabbi, wondered if he should continue to paint. His dedication to the...

Not All Who Wander Israel for Art are Lost

“Oh my God,” Judith Weisman said, partly with mild irritation but mostly good-humored resignation. “There is no more room in this house for any...
Caitlin Haskett displays her exhibit at Bryn Mawr College’s Canaday Library.

Bryn Mawr Student Documents Campus Jewish History

While she isn’t studying history, it’s a subject that Caitlin Haskett values. So when she discovered a gap in her school’s historical records, she...
From left: Elisa Abeloff and Lisa Harmon stand in front of a portrait of Harmon’s late son, Alan Gray, at the unveiling of the Shot Souls Portrait Project exhibit at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill in October.

Jewish Artists Participate in Souls Shot Portrait Project

Janine Lieberman of Roxborough doesn’t have to try hard to relate to victims of gun violence — because she’s one of them. At 18 back...
Art by Nathan Hilu.

Outsider Artist Nathan Hilu Makes Debut at Temple Judea Museum

Update: The original article was corrected on February 14, 2020 to correct information regarding Nathan Hilu's parents. In a 2012 profile, Tablet referred to Nathan...
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Exhibit Documents Impact of Climate Change on Arctic and Antarctic

For decades, Joyce Ferder Rankin bore witness to humanity’s destruction as a war correspondent. But nothing ever shocked her quite like seeing the state of...