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Jun
25
Fri
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival @ Online event also on-site
Jun 25 – Jul 4 all-day
Krakow Jewish Culture Festival @ Online event also on-site | Kraków | Małopolskie | Poland

The 30th Krakow Jewish Culture Festival will take place on-site and also on-line.

Live-streamed events can be accessed on the new website: 30.jewishfestival.pl

They include the events held in the JCF Tent, concerts organized in the Museum of Urban Engineering, Collegium Maius and the Tempel synagogue.

After the end of the live stream, they will be able to be accessed in the event archives.

Click here to see the Festival program

Nov
9
Tue
Holocaust memorials on the territory of today’s Bosnia & Herzegovina @ Jewish Cultural Center "Beit Shalom"
Nov 9 2021 @ 18:00 – Jan 30 2022 @ 18:00
Holocaust memorials on the territory of today's Bosnia & Herzegovina @ Jewish Cultural Center "Beit Shalom" | Doboj | Republika Srpska | Bosnia and Herzegovina

A photographic exhibit on Holocaust memorials in Bosnia-Herzegovina opens on November 9, the anniversary of Kristallnacht, at the Jewish Cultural Center in Doboj.

It was curated by Michael Ilg and Katja Grosse-Sommer and supported by Paideia – The Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden.

 

Jul
3
Sun
Ingwiller synagogue – 200 years @ Ingwiller, France synagogue
Jul 3 @ 14:00 – 16:00
Ingwiller synagogue - 200 years @ Ingwiller, France synagogue | Ingwiller | Grand Est | France

Gala ceremony to mark the 200th anniversary of the synagogue in Ingwiller.

Apr
13
Thu
Mapping Memories: Judengasse Extended @ Judengasse museum
Apr 13 – Apr 30 all-day
Mapping Memories: Judengasse Extended @ Judengasse museum | Frankfurt am Main | Hessen | Germany

The multi-day event “Mapping Memories” revolves around the violently suppressed traces of Frankfurt’s Judengasse from public space. At its center is a pop-up exhibition in the Museum Judengasse with archaeological finds from the time of Europe’s oldest Jewish ghetto; also an artistic intervention in the current form of the historic site.

The exhibition, with archaeological finds that were recovered from Börneplatz – formerly the southern part of the Judengasse ghetto – in 1987, will be held in the atrium of the Museum Judengasse.

It opens at 18:00 on April 13 — to attend, register with anmeldung@metahubfrankfurt.de

The exhibition is a cooperation with the Archaeological Museum Frankfurt.

It shows archaeological finds that were recovered in 1987 at Börneplatz, at the place where they were found at the time. It presents ongoing research and new insights into the everyday culture of Jews in early modern Frankfurt. The archaeological finds come both from the cellars of the Judengasse and from ditches for water supply and disposal.

 

Apr
19
Wed
80th Anniversary Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Apr 19 all-day
80th Anniversary Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

A number of events are marking the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, including a conference, exhibit, monument dedication, at the POLIN Museum, Warsaw’s Okopowa Jewish cemetery, and elsewhere.

 

 

Aug
19
Sat
Singer’s Warsaw Festival @ Warsaw
Aug 19 – Sep 3 all-day
Singer's Warsaw Festival @ Warsaw | Warszawa | Mazowieckie | Poland

This is the 20th Edition of the Singer’s Warsaw Festival, Warsaw

The premier Jewish culture festival in Poland, aside from the Krakow Jewish Culture Festival. It celebrates its 20th edition jubilee this year.

Theatre performances, concerts, films, guided tours, lectures, food, books — and more.

Click here for the full program (including some preliminary events in Bilgoraj)

Mar
6
Wed
32nd Thuringia Jewish-Israeli Culture Days – 32. Jüdisch-Israelischen Kulturtage in Thüringen @ 14 cities
Mar 6 – Mar 24 all-day
32nd Thuringia Jewish-Israeli Culture Days - 32. Jüdisch-Israelischen Kulturtage in Thüringen @ 14 cities

There will be more than 60 events including readings, concerts, lectures, tours, workshops and film screenings, held in 14 different towns and cities in the German state of Thuringia.

The full program can be found HERE from January 30, 2024.

The Jewish Community of the state of Thuringia  runs the festival together with the Support Association for Jewish-Israeli Culture in Thuringia e.V.

 

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