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Salonique, Jérusalem des Balkans, 1870-1920 @ Museum of Art and History of Judaism, Paris
Salonique, Jérusalem des Balkans, 1870-1920 @ Museum of Art and History of Judaism, Paris
Jan 23 – Jan 24 all-day
Salonique, Jérusalem des Balkans, 1870-1920 @ Museum of Art and History of Judaism, Paris | Paris | Île-de-France | France
Presenting a selection of nearly 150 pieces from various sources, this photographic exhibition recreates the history of Salonika (today Thessaloniki) Greece from the second half of the 19th century to the end of the First World War. Men and women ... continue reading →
The Jews, the Medici, and the Ghetto of Florence @ Pitti Palace
The Jews, the Medici, and the Ghetto of Florence @ Pitti Palace
Jan 23 – Jan 24 all-day
The Jews, the Medici, and the Ghetto of Florence @ Pitti Palace | Firenze | Toscana | Italy
The history of the ghetto of Florence on display at Pitti Palace — open Tuesday to Sunday, 8.15 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. The history of the Jewish ghetto of Florence, which existed in the city between the sixteenth and nineteenth ... continue reading →
Exhibition — A Sacred Space: Synagogue Architecture and Identity @ JTS Library
Exhibition — A Sacred Space: Synagogue Architecture and Identity @ JTS Library
Jan 22 – Jan 23 all-day
Exhibition -- A Sacred Space: Synagogue Architecture and Identity @ JTS Library | New York | New York | United States
The JTS Library exhibit, “A Sacred Space: Synagogue Architecture and Identity” (October 26, 2023 to March 7, 2024), offers an opportunity to view a large selection of rare prints depicting historic synagogues. The exhibit, co-curated by Samuel D. Gruber and Sharon Liberman ... continue reading →
Tracce e Memorie del Ghetto – Traces and Memories of the Ghetto @ Biblioteca Civica di Verona
Tracce e Memorie del Ghetto – Traces and Memories of the Ghetto @ Biblioteca Civica di Verona
Jan 23 all-day
Tracce e Memorie del Ghetto - Traces and Memories of the Ghetto @ Biblioteca Civica di Verona
An exhibit that documents the urban and architectural experience of the  historic ghetto in Verona. It is mounted in connection with Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27. Opening hours are: Mondays 14:00 – 19:00 Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 – 19:00 Special opening Sunday ... continue reading →
The “Burning” Exhibit of Papercuts by Monika Krajewska – now in Radom @ Jacek Malczewski Museum, Radom
The “Burning” Exhibit of Papercuts by Monika Krajewska – now in Radom @ Jacek Malczewski Museum, Radom
Jan 23 – Jan 24 all-day
The "Burning" Exhibit of Papercuts by Monika Krajewska - now in Radom @ Jacek Malczewski Museum, Radom
 “Burning,” an exhibition of paper cuts by Monika Krajewska, is now being shown in Radom, following an exhibit at the POLIN museum in Warsaw. We were privileged to host an online exhibition of some of her works in 2020. The exhibit ... continue reading →
Sephardic Bucharest @ Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research, Venice
Sephardic Bucharest @ Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research, Venice
Jan 23 – Jan 24 all-day
Sephardic Bucharest @ Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research, Venice
A photographic exhibit highlighting the Sephardic Jewish presence in Bucharest, curated by Felicia Waldman and Anca Tudorancea. Photos depict synagogues, Jewish communal buildings, private buildings, and shops, etc,  as well as personalities such as professionals, doctors, merchants, artisans, doctors, cultural ... continue reading →
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13:15 “Religious Heritage and Minority Communities” @ online and Centre for Religion and Heritage of the University of Groningen
“Religious Heritage and Minority Communities” @ online and Centre for Religion and Heritage of the University of Groningen
Jan 23 @ 13:15 – 18:15
“Religious Heritage and Minority  Communities” @ online and Centre for Religion and Heritage of the University of Groningen
The Centre for Religion and Heritage of the University of Groningen will host a half-day public symposium to launch the Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Heritage in Contemporary Europe. This event will also inaugurate a new European project on minority ... continue reading →

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