In the News: Winter / Spring 2022

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January 10, 2022

Read these stories featuring Kultura Collective members and member organizations.

Jewish Arts and Culture Highlights of 2021
Canvas Staff | Canvas Compendium | January 6, 2022

CANVAS doubles down on arts networks
eJewish Philanthropy | January 10, 2022

The Jewish Nomad: What did the Holocaust sound like? Let’s listen together
Ilana Zackon | Canadian Jewish News | January 26, 2022

International Holocaust Remembrance Day brings calls to improve Holocaust education
Ginella Massa | Canada Tonight | CBC | January 27, 2022

Holocaust education program examines the portrayal of Jews and the Holocaust in videogames
Andy Chalk | PC Gamer | January 27, 2022

Evelyn Tauben | Association for Jewish Studies | Winter 2022

Artists on their Art: Lynne Heller – Suspended—An Art Installation about Camp Naivelt
Lynne Heller| Association for Jewish Studies | Winter 2022

A Perfect Match: Celebrating Valentine’s Day
Ontario Jewish Archives | Niv Magazine | Winter 2022

Transplant: Two Artists Connect Across Borders
Aya Rosen | Lilith Magazine | February 14, 2022

Construction kicks off for Toronto’s new $27-million Holocaust museum—at a time it’s needed most
CJN Daily | March 16, 2022

Multi-media exhibit ‘Periphery’ brings marginalized Canadian Jews into focus
The Times of Israel | Robert Sarner | April 7, 2022

The Jewish Nomad: Four live theatre shows to look for on Canadian stages this spring
The CJN | Illana Zackon | April 19, 2022

Mother’s Day at the Ontario Jewish Archives
Niv Magazine | May 8, 2022

The Stories Behind the Parchments
Niv Magazine | May 8, 2022

Review: The Great Divide brings a harrowing true story to life
Now Magazine | Glenn Sumi | May 10, 2022

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May 9, 2022

Alix Sobler is the playwright behind The Great Divide, on stage with the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company.

May 2, 2022

Rob Shostak’s exhibition Parchment recently opened at the FENTSTER window gallery in downtown Toronto.

April 26, 2022

The MCC will play a central role in the overall communications, promotion, and marketing efforts of the Ashkenaz Foundation relating to its programming, brand, and public-facing image.

April 26, 2022

Miriam Borden is a doctoral student in Yiddish Studies and very active as a speaker, teacher and researcher in the field.
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