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Sebastian SchulmanSebastian Schulman is a literary translator from Yiddish and other languages, and the Executive Director of KlezKanada, a leading organization in Yiddish arts and culture. His original writing and translations have…

Cassandra Clark

Cassandra ClarkCassandra Clark is an artist based in New York. Her main subjects are surreal portraits of women and the feminine form; she recently started making Jewish, and abstract art. She works…

Aaron Koster

Aaron KosterAaron Koster was an award-winning advertising Art Director for over 20 years. He worked on Volkswagon, Avis, Texaco, General Foods, and Proctor and Gamble accounts for Doyle, Dane, Bernbach, and Benton…

Leah Laker

Leah LakerLeah Laker is a Canadian born artist who made Aliyah in 2007 to Modiin Israel. Her paintings tell Israel’s stories.

Disability, creativity, and the Jewish people

Jess NoraJess Nora (they/them, zi/zir) is a disabled, queer, Jewish art activist who works in a variety of media. Jess uses their art to express their lived experience, speaking out against socially…

How to use those leftover Rosh Hashanah apples

Mrs. Honeycrisp and Mrs. WinesapMrs. Honeycrisp and Mrs. Winesap have written several self-help books and guides for how to live a more fruitful life. They have appeared on multiple TV and radio…

My Mother Tells the Story of My Birth

Naomi WeissNaomi Weiss is an award-winning non-fiction writer and essayist is co-author of the 1990s Business Week bestseller What The IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know (Villard, a Division of Random House),…

Pride is the Mood

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Jess Nora

Jess NoraJess Nora (they/them, zi/zir) is a disabled, queer, Jewish art activist who works in a variety of media. Jess uses their art to express their lived experience, speaking out against socially…

Arcadia

Sadko HadzihasanovicSadko Hadzihasanovic studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade and earned his MFA at the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia (1984). His first solo exhibitions were at the Museum of…

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