Alix Sobler is the playwright behind The Great Divide, on stage with the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company.
Rob Shostak’s exhibition Parchment recently opened at the FENTSTER window gallery in downtown Toronto.
Miriam Borden is a doctoral student in Yiddish Studies and very active as a speaker, teacher and researcher in the field.
We are thrilled to announce that Kultura is the recipient of a 2022 Emerging Network Grant from CANVAS.
Stories featuring Kultura Collective members and member organizations.
We caught up with Sara Yacobi-Harris, the director and filmmaker of Periphery, to learn more about the project, her work with No Silence on Race, creating a documentary during the Covid-19 pandemic and who’s inspiring her in Toronto lately.
As 2021 comes to a close, we’re taking a look back on a few of the cultural experiences offered by our Kultura partners. Wishing you a safe, happy, healthy and creative 2022!
Hanukkah is coming early this year! The holiday begins sundown on November 28 and ends on December 6. Our Kultura Collective partners are offering a mix of in person and online programming for all ages.
Congratulations to the Ontario Jewish Archives and the Miles Nadal JCC who are nominated for the 2021 Heritage Toronto Awards in the Public History and Community Heritage categories.
Read these stories featuring Kultura Collective members and member organizations.