Women+ Celebrating Jewish Women in the Community’s History

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

Type of Exhibition: Heritage, History, Toronto

The Ontario Jewish Archives is pleased to partner with Baycrest’s Department of Culture & Arts to host a reimagining of the OJA’s exhibition Women+ at the Ronald and Nancy Kalifer Culture Hub at Baycrest.

This exhibition is the first installation of a two-part collaborative project with Baycrest honouring Jewish women and their vital contributions to our community.  Through the lens of themes such as labour, the home, religious observance, sports, arts, and the war effort, the Women + photography exhibition highlights women’s diverse contributions to Jewish life and celebrates their power, agency, and legacy.

For more information or to book a tour of the current exhibition please contact the Curator of The Culture Hub, Meghan Richardson at mrichardson@baycrest.org

Please note tours are only available on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In partnership with


Start Date:

November 30, 2022

End Date:

April 30, 2023

Weekdays 9am-4pm

Midtown Toronto

The Ronald and Nancy Kalifer Culture Hub at Baycrest
Apotex Building, 3560 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON M6A 2E1


If accessibility options not listed, please contact the venue to confirm


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