Connecting you to Jewish Arts, Culture and Heritage in Toronto

January 26, 2023

The Legacy Portrait Project is a short documentary that captures the relationship between Holocaust survivors and their grandchildren.

January 15, 2023

to February 15, 2023

In recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, TJFF and MnJcc are proud to co-present TACHELES and THE GERMAN LESSON as part of Goethe-Institut Toronto’s “Then & Now” Program, part of the Echo-Verse.

November 2, 2022

to March 5, 2023

Artist nichola feldman-kiss explores global migration and flights from homelands in a multidisciplinary exhibition.

February 5, 2023

to February 7, 2023

Filmmakers Irene Angelico and Abbey Neidik follow Irwin Cotler and his team of young activists at the Raoul Wallenberg Centre as they take on the cases of political prisoners and human rights activists battling against the world’s most repressive regimes. 
The Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature recognize books in five categories: Fiction, History, Non-Fiction, Poetry, and Young Adult/Children’s Literature.

November 3, 2022

to September 15, 2023

The Manor holds a special place in our community’s memory and the Ontario Jewish Archives is working to ensure that this important part of our heritage is preserved for research and future generations.

Welcome!

Kultura Collective celebrates and amplifies Jewish culture throughout Toronto. With UJA Federation of Greater Toronto, we are pleased to offer this website as a resource to the community to celebrate Jewish arts, culture and heritage. As a community, we share and explore our culture and traditions through meaningful artistic experiences. We hope these events keep you connected, engaged and inspired.

In Person Event Health and Safety Information: 
Our partners will be following all government guidelines regarding COVID-19. We respect that there are many factors that inform one’s personal decisions when it comes to masking. If masking is not required, visitors who choose to wear a mask are fully welcomed and encouraged to do so. Protecting the health of our volunteers and staff remains a foremost priority. If you are feeling ill, we kindly ask that you stay home.

What's Happening

Happening Now

January 15, 2023

to February 15, 2023

In recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, TJFF and MnJcc are proud to co-present TACHELES and THE GERMAN LESSON as part of Goethe-Institut Toronto’s “Then & Now” Program, part of the Echo-Verse.

Upcoming

February 5, 2023

to February 7, 2023

Filmmakers Irene Angelico and Abbey Neidik follow Irwin Cotler and his team of young activists at the Raoul Wallenberg Centre as they take on the cases of political prisoners and human rights activists battling against the world’s most repressive regimes. 

Current Exhibitions

Gallery

January 5, 2023

to January 31, 2023

This collection features the art of older adults at the Bernard Betel Centre in watercolour, acrylic and pencil.

Gallery

November 30, 2022

to April 30, 2023

A two-part collaborative project with the OJA and Baycrest honouring Jewish women and their vital contributions to our community.

Gallery

November 3, 2022

to September 15, 2023

The Manor holds a special place in our community’s memory and the Ontario Jewish Archives is working to ensure that this important part of our heritage is preserved for research and future generations.

Gallery

November 2, 2022

to March 5, 2023

Artist nichola feldman-kiss explores global migration and flights from homelands in a multidisciplinary exhibition.

Learning

Happening Now

January 15, 2023

to March 16, 2023

Don’t miss your chance to dive into a world of Yiddish! All classes and workshops will be offered on Zoom.

Happening Now

January 16, 2023

to January 30, 2023

Learn about some of the most influential European, American and Canadian playwrights and their theatrical works that have made a difference.

Happening Now

January 17, 2023

to March 23, 2023

Start speaking Hebrew live in a warm and inviting Zoom classroom!

Happening Now

January 19, 2023

to March 30, 2023

Popular teacher Sharon Power uses transliterations, songs, proverbs and themes to help students build beginner-level Yiddish conversation skills.

Featured Blogs Posts

January 16, 2023

Stories featuring Kultura Collective members and member organizations.

January 11, 2023

The Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature recognize books in five categories: Fiction, History, Non-Fiction, Poetry, and Young Adult/Children’s Literature.

January 3, 2023

In 2023, we will celebrate 50 years of the Ontario Jewish Archives! We invite you to help us mark this important community milestone.

December 14, 2022

Our Kultura Collective partners are offering programming for all ages to learn, celebrate and enjoy.

Connecting you to Jewish Arts, Culture and Heritage in Toronto

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