Through the Kultura Collective grants, we’re providing Jewish cultural organizations with new opportunities and support to develop creative projects that otherwise wouldn’t be possible.
Stories featuring Kultura Collective members and member organizations.
“Toronto’s arts and culture scene is one to watch, and its Jewish ecosystem within it is thriving with world-class creativity.”
The Queer Jewish Incubator is a new gathering space for LGBTQ+ Jewish people in the GTA to grow queer and Jewish connections while building stronger ties to the LGBTQ+ Jewish community.
David Hoffert’s documentary The Rhapsody will premiere at TJFF 2022.
Aviva Armour-Ostroff is an actor, writer, producer, and filmmaker. Her film Lune had its Canadian premier at Toronto Jewish Film Festival (TJFF) 2021.
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.