In the News: 2023



January 16, 2023

Online Yiddish theater workshop and Yiddish courses at a low price
January 13, 2023 | The Forward

A Very Jewish 2022 Year in Review
January 21, 2023 | Niv Magazine | Laura Bulger

Women+: An Exhibition of How Women Shaped Jewish Life in Ontario
January 21, 2023 | Niv Magazine | Donna Bernardo-Ceriz

The Jewish Arts and Culture Renaissance is Flowering!
February 1, 2023 | CANVAS Compendium | Gordon Haber

Happening | Toronto’s Climate Change Art
January 30, 2023 | Lilith Magazine | Arielle Silver-Willner

Top 15 new museums opening in 2023
February 9, 2023 | blooloop

FENTSTER: A Window Gallery Exploring the Jewish Experience through Artists’ Eyes
April 3, 2023 | In geveb A Journal of Yiddish Studies | Aiva Moore

‘HaMapah,’ a new installation at Fentster, traces dancer Adam McKinney’s multifaceted ancestry
April 6, 2023 | The Forward | Mira Fox

Toronto Holocaust Museum to open this spring
April 21, 2023 | Blog TO | Jack Landau

Film, Lectures and Art, Oh My!
April 23, 2023 | Niv Magazine | Laura Bulger

Pushing Holocaust Education Further
April 23, 2023 | Niv Magazine | Carrie Feinstein

Expanded Toronto Holocaust Museum set to reopen in June, attract 60,000 visitors a year
April 27, 2023 | | North York Mirror | Toronto Star

Gloria: A Life, a play about American feminist Gloria Steinem’s work, will spark hope
May 1, 2023 | J. Kelly Nestuck | The Globe and Mail

DNAWORKS, Artists – Pittsburgh
May 4, 2023 | Akimbo

New Toronto museum preserves voices, stories of the Holocaust for a post-survivor era
May 15, 2023, Abby O’Brian | CTV News

Do Jews have an architectural style? The man behind the Babyn Yar Synagogue says yes—with a catch
May 17, 2023 | Cultural Jewish | CJN Podcast

Bigotry, antisemitism, bloodshed: A shameful chapter of Toronto’s history plays out in a city park
May 19, 2023 | Isabel Teotonio | Toronto Star

New play set in Christie Pits takes Toronto students back in time to the 1933 riot
May 19, 2023 | Alex Rose | Canadian Jewish News

The Toronto Jewish Film Festival starts this week
May 28, 2023 | NOW Toronto

“There’s nothing more powerful than singing ‘I love you’ with family and friends”: A Q&A with beloved children’s musicians Sharon and Bram
May 29, 2023 | Toronto Life | Erin Hershberg

Bathurst Manor residents reunite at a new exhibit showcasing Toronto’s uniquely Jewish postwar neighbourhood
May 29, 2023 | CJN Daily Podcast

Saul Rubinek talks about returning to his mother tongue of Yiddish for a new role
June 2, 2023 | CJN Daily Podcast

Toronto students get interactive history lesson on anti-Semitism at Christie Pits
May 28, 2023 | Toronto Star

Opinion: New Holocaust museum will ensure we never forget, even in a post-survivor world
June 8, 2023 | National Post

Torah transported in bazooka case among artifact
Marie Woolf | June 8, 2023, Globe and Mail

Toronto Holocaust Museum opens with mandate to educate in the ‘post-Survivor era’
Chris Knight | National Post | June 9, 2023

“I find ways to find home within myself” — Speaking to Black and Jewish women about how they connect with their dual identities.
Fresh Air with Ismaila Alfa | June 10, 2023

Toronto Holocaust Museum aims to keep survivors’ memories alive
Vanessa Balintec | June 9, 2023 | CBC News

‘Less Than Kosher’ is a surprisingly heartfelt story of spiritual discovery
June 10, 2023 | Culturally Jewish, CJN Podcast

Toronto’s first Holocaust museum opens, looks to post-survivor era
June 13, 2023 | Shira Li Bartov | Times of Israel

July 9 | Orly Zebak | Niv Magazine

Why Do Jews Love Jam Bands?
August 8, 2023 | Culturally Jewish Podcast | The CJN

Genocide, in Conversation with Dara Solomon, Executive Director of the Toronto Holocaust Museum
At Home and Abroad | August 3, 2023

What to do in 5784!
Laura Bulger | Niv Magazine | Sep 10, 2023

Matthew Jocelyn, a ‘controversial’ Canadian artist, just took over the Koffler Centre. What does that mean for its Jewish future?
Culturally Jewish | CJN Podcasts | October 3, 2023

Fall in love with Toronto’s theatre scene this season! Here are 6 shows to check out
NOW Toronto | September 15, 2023

State-of-the-Art Gallery and Learning Spaces Make Up New Toronto Holocaust Museum
Design Lines | October 5, 2023

Niv Petel delivers poignant performance as army liaison in one-man show Knock Knock
Brad Wheeler | The Globe and Mail | October 19, 2023

‘It feels pretty hopeless’: Jewish artists open up about what it’s like working in a dominantly anti-Zionist industry
Culturally Jewish | CJN Podcasts | October 19, 2023

Holocaust course for Grade 10 students in Ontario announced
CBC Radio | Afternoon Drive with Allison Devereaux | November 1, 2023

Viewpoint: The Synagogue and Babyn Yar
Canadian Architect | Dec 1, 2023

Arts and Kvetch: Hanukkah and Hope
Niv | December 10, 2023

An Enduring Friendship: Paula Goldhar and Rose Lipszyc Explore Life After the War and in Canada
Michelle Fishman | Niv | December 10, 2023

Jew hatred in Canada is scary now—but it’s not 1939, say Holocaust educators
The CJN Daily | December 19, 2023

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