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Speedily, and in our days

The latest exhibition—Tower of the Sacred and Ordinary—in Toronto’s FENTSTER window gallery that I curate was created by New York-based artist and architect Daniel Toretsky. The premise of his installation is based…

Cassandra Clark

In my work, I often focus on my own spiritual journey. Just as my relationship with Hashem is always evolving, my art is evolving as well. My inspiration comes from history, nature,…

Leah Laker

Life is beautiful and full of surprises, especially when we celebrate life by the Jewish calendar. I look at the world with awe and wonder. I notice how colours change in the…

Disability, creativity, and the Jewish people

Slide 1: Among the Jewish people, creativity runs high, but so do chronic illnesses! For many of us, living disabled not only inspires our artistic expression, but brings us to create business…

How to use those leftover Rosh Hashanah apples

Struggling with your leftover Rosh Hashanah apples? We have curated a list of 10 ways to repurpose them. Make sure to print off this sheet and keep it with you forever. These…

My Mother Tells the Story of My Birth

"You were supposed to be born January 23rd," my mother said. I hadn’t entered the world yet and already I'm wrong.  This is how my mother began the story of my birth,…

Pride is the Mood

"Pride is the Mood" seeks to encapsulate and celebrate queer Jewish experiences and art. Enjoy the view!  Featuring work from  (clockwise) Cliel Shdaimah, Or Har-Gil, Jess Nora, Rachel Epstein and Sadie Epstein-Fine,…

Jess Nora

One of the many worlds Jess Nora creates in is Judaica, making unique dreidels and genderless beaded kippot. Jess began this series when looking for a yarmulke that they felt connected with…

Arcadia

Because of COVID-19, my family and I had to limit our mobility in urban spaces. At the same time, we did escape to the nature. We returned to parks and valleys seeking…

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