Miles Nadal JCC

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The Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (MNjcc) has welcomed over two million people to the corner of Bloor and Spadina during the building’s 60+ year history. The changing makeup of our membership is a testament not only to the vibrancy and diversity of the Annex neighbourhood but to Toronto’s own evolution. We provide opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to be active, learn, connect and participate in a wide range of cultural experiences. Rooted in Jewish values, the MNjcc is open to all.

Address: 750 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2J2
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December 11, 2022

Learn how you can safely make the Hanukkah treat at home, because a donut is exponentially better when it’s fresh.

Upcoming

February 2, 2023

Learn about the fascinating history of Hebrew and Yiddish printing, some of Judaism’s earliest authors and oldest texts, and the revealing narratives they hold.

Upcoming

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.

Upcoming

February 6, 2023

From the inception of the moving image in the 1890s, women have been at the forefront of the industry, yet the history of their contributions to film as an art form have largely been forgotten.

Upcoming

February 16, 2023

This virtual lecture will highlight the occupations and preoccupations of Toronto’s early Yiddish-speaking immigrants between 1900-1920.

Upcoming

December 15, 2022

Enjoy the smooth & swingin’ hits of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., and dance the afternoon away at our Rat Pack inspired concert held in celebration of Chanukah.

Archived

December 4, 2022

The issue of antisemitism as subject for cinema has always been hotly contested. Professor Eric Goldman’s in-depth examination of these films proves quite revealing.

Happening Now

November 21, 2022

to December 19, 2022

Fall 2022 marks 60 years since the Cuban Missile Crisis and the release of the Cold War psychological thriller The Manchurian Candidate. This five-part series explores this volatile and fractured time in film history.

Archived

October 24, 2022

to November 14, 2022

Join us in-person Monday afternoons to learn about the lasting allure and influence of showbiz’s most exclusive fraternity.

Happening Now

September 20, 2022

to December 14, 2022

Even though autumn brings an end to our warmest months, it also brings a beginning to our Jewish New Year (Sept 25-27), and what we know will be a fruitful and fresh start for Music at the J!

Upcoming

January 17, 2023

to March 23, 2023

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

Archived

July 5, 2022

to August 30, 2022

Join conductor Asher Farber this summer as we sing through Daytime Choir’s greatest hits!

Archived

July 11, 2022

to July 15, 2022

Join the Miles Nadal JCC for a Music and Art Camp at the J or the Adult Summer String Ensemble.

Archived

July 10, 2022

This contemporary ballet double bill featuring In Between and the new work Waiting for the Fall will excite, move and inspire all who see it!

Archived

June 4, 2022

The MNjcc’s renowned Tikkun Leil Shavuot welcomes you back in person!

Archived

May 5, 2022

to June 23, 2022

The eight-part class explores the foundational topics of Jewish living, including Shabbat, the year cycle, lifecycle events, synagogue, and spirituality. 

Archived

May 6, 2022

 The Humans of Tel Aviv combines photojournalism with digital storytelling to give participants in the lectures a sense of what makes Tel Aviv and the diverse humans in it tick.

Happening Now

October 25, 2022

to December 13, 2022

Players will explore the fundamentals of Klezmer while learning basic arranging and accompanying skills.

Archived

April 28, 2022

In honour of Holocaust Remembrance Day, author Frank Flynn discusses his historical fiction novel Songs of the Sabbath.

Archived

May 12, 2022

This new publication celebrates the contributions of 30 significant Canadian Jewish musicians.

Archived

May 2, 2022

to May 16, 2022

From their inception in the shtetls of Eastern Europe, into the modern era of Klezmer and the current global revival, learn why Yiddish songs continue to resonate in our collective imaginations.

Archived

April 4, 2022

to April 25, 2022

This three-part series will explore how societies from Babylon and Egypt to Carnaby Street and Paris have re-shaped, decorated and disguised our bodies.

Archived

March 16, 2022

The Whole Megillah is a virtual choose-your-own-adventure celebration of Purim, intended to be an LGBTQ+ inclusive and 20s & 30s-centered space. Costumes encouraged!

Archived

April 27, 2022

to June 9, 2022

Build on the knowledge and skills you’ve previously acquired in Yiddish, and expand your Yid-dish conversation, reading, writing, and grammar skills.

Archived

March 22, 2022

to June 1, 2022

Brush up on your Hebrew or start learning Hebrew again. Bring a friend from out of town and study with them from the comfort of home in a live, fun and intimate zoom setting.

Archived

April 7, 2022

Join Alexandra Epps for a unique story of art and life and the evolution of a remarkable modern art collection, still housed today in the heart of her beloved Venice.

Archived

March 10, 2022

Bake alongside artist Rob Shostak in conversation with Jewish&’s Lauren Schreiber Sasaki, both Montreal-born and Toronto-based enthusiasts of homemade challah, the bread customarily eaten at Shabbat and (most) Holiday meals.

Archived

March 7, 2022

to March 21, 2022

Join us as we continue to understand why the Shtetl is so important in contemporary Jewish consciousness and how it shapes our understanding of Ashkenazi Jewish history. 

Archived

March 17, 2022

One of the most beloved and raucous traditions of the Jewish holiday Purim is the shpiel – Yiddish for ‘play’. Discover the fascinating history of these centuries-old presentations.

Archived

February 2, 2022

to March 9, 2022

We are a community of learners in our 20s and 30s, excited to share our desire for greater Jewish engagement.

Archived

February 16, 2022

This lecture will provide an introduction to the meaning of cloth-making in African cultures.

Archived

February 3, 2022

to February 6, 2022

The story of Tamar Manasseh, the African American rabbinical student who is leading the fight against senseless killings on the south side of Chicago.

Archived

January 12, 2022

Photographer Kyle Adler and dance community incubator Joe Landini discuss Adler’s exhibition “Something Heroic and Distant” and the creative process during Covid-19.

Archived

February 3, 2022

to February 24, 2022

This four-part virtual lecture and concert series explores the cultural, musical, and political intersectionality of Black and Jewish cultures throughout the centuries.

Archived

September 25, 2022

Join us every month as together we build the Jewish& Cookbook – recipes from households blending traditions and cultures! 

Archived

February 13, 2022

Mandolinist Eric Stein explores this history, sharing rare photos and recordings.

Archived

January 17, 2022

to March 14, 2022

Popular film critic Adam Nayman delves into the complex and contradictory history of movie remakes and reboots in this five-part virtual series with film clips.

Archived

January 6, 2022

to March 10, 2022

Expand your Yiddish conversation, reading, writing, and grammar skills while exploring the lyrics of Yiddish songs with instructor Hindy Nosek-Abelson.

Archived

January 3, 2022

to March 10, 2022

Learn Hebrew with our friendly teachers on Zoom, in a warm and intimate setting.

Archived

December 5, 2021

Toronto’s cross-dressing, cross-stitching Jewish American Princess, Gila Munster, invites you to celebrate the festival of lights with some of the best queer Jewish talent from around the city!

Archived

December 2, 2021

Celebrate the Festival of Lights and enjoy your favourite Chanukah songs performed in Yiddish, Hebrew and English.

Archived

October 30, 2021

The Toronto Film Society presents an online screening of this classic black comedy from 1960 about a young schnook who develops a bloodthirsty plant and is forced to kill in order to feed it.

Archived

November 15, 2021

to December 13, 2021

Actor/comedian Jack Newman spotlights the lives and legacies of Canadian comedians, from the early days of The Dumbells, Wayne & Shuster and SCTV, to mega stars such as John Candy and Eugene Levy.

Archived

November 14, 2021

In this cook-along workshop, we will prepare a twist on traditional Potato Latkes inspired by host Akilah Allen-Silverstein’s dual ancestries – Ashkenazi Jewish and Kittitian (St.Kitts & Nevis).

Archived

November 9, 2021

to December 14, 2021

Instructor Briony Glassco will use Alfred Theory series for this engaging course designed for adult choir and ensemble members.

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October 17, 2021

Learn how to make this delicious twist on classic matzo ball soup!

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November 4, 2021

Siegbert Feldberg was a German-Jewish clothing manufacturer and art collector who bartered clothing with struggling artists of the Weimar Republic in exchange for their paintings. When the Feldbergs fled Berlin, they preserved this unique art history collection.

Archived

October 13, 2021

to November 17, 2021

Together we will both learn from the poems of powerful spoken word artists and write and share our own pieces of poetry.

Archived

September 25, 2021

Join the Danforth Jewish Circle, LGBTQ+ @ the J and Alex Richler for this Queer-centered, welcoming-to-all evening, as we engage queer-hearted and queer-minded ways of celebrating and re-imagining this festival of abundant harvest, love and creativity, and welcoming in Ushpizin – spiritual ancestors, guests and each other.

Archived

October 19, 2021

to December 7, 2021

Judaism 101 is an intro class for everyone, whether or not you identify as Jewish and/or have any prior knowledge of Judaism. This eight-part class explores the foundational topics of Jewish living, including Shabbat, the year cycle, lifecycle events, synagogue, and spirituality.

Archived

October 5, 2021

to December 7, 2021

Explore your musical side with the MNjcc’s community choir and string classes.

Archived

October 4, 2021

to December 6, 2021

Take a virtual language class with a friend or loved one! The MNjcc’s Hebrew and Yiddish Program offers a welcoming space for beginners and conversationalists alike.

Archived

October 4, 2021

to November 8, 2021

Musicologist Jordan Klapman spotlights the lives, songs and musical theatre legacies of Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Jerry Herman, Kander & Ebb, and Stephen Schwartz.

Archived

July 24, 2021

A celebration of the sacred and strange. Come dream and delight in the queering of this ancient love festival.

Archived

January 4, 2022

to March 8, 2022

Join us this winter as we sing through the music of film and television!

Archived

July 14, 2021

Join the team behind the virtual drama The Catastrophist, the story of virus hunter Nathan Wolfe, and a meditation on scientific discovery, Judaism, family, life, and loss.

Archived

July 24, 2021

to August 28, 2021

Learn the basics of podcasting, including recording, editing, and hosting your own episodes! 

Archived

June 29, 2021

to August 17, 2021

Learn the fundamentals of sketch comedy writing in this 8 week course. At the end we’ll celebrate with a live show featuring your original sketches!

Archived

August 23, 2021

to August 27, 2021

Participate in a one week choral/vocal workshop, led by conductor Asher Farber, who will be joined daily by different guests and musical specialists.

Archived

May 28, 2021

The anthology brings together leading scholars of Canadian Jewish life as well as eminent Jewish scholars writing about Canada for the first time.

Archived

May 18, 2021

to May 31, 2021

From May 18-31,2021, RAFFTO returns virtually to offer exciting films, panels, and workshops spotlighting Deaf and disability cultures and Deaf and/or disabled filmmakers. Registration is now open!

Archived

June 6, 2021

From Angels in America and Transparent to Bent and Yentl, explore the intersection of Jewish identities and queer identities in film and television

Archived

May 27, 2021

Exchange ideas, connect with like-minded people, and participate in engaging discussions and book reviews at our free virtual monthly Book Club.

Archived

May 4, 2021

Martha Davis has helped hundreds of seniors fulfill their wildest dreams in her fanciful exhibit Dream Scenes: Seniors on the Green Screen. Meet the artist during this virtual exhibition opening.

Archived

May 16, 2021

Join all of your friends from the downtown Toronto Jewish community on Sunday May 16th, where we’ll be learning live on Zoom from 6 pm to midnight.

Archived

May 3, 2021

to June 21, 2021

Film critic Adam Nayman examines the 1980s, Hollywood’s decade of sequelization, and the visionaries working in the shadow of blockbuster takeover.

Archived

May 6, 2021

to May 20, 2021

Architectural historian Marta O’Brien takes us on three illustrated tours of neighbourhoods near the Miles Nadal JCC, including Yorkville, Forest Hill, and our own Spadina Avenue.

Archived

April 20, 2021

Start learning a Hebrew or Yiddish virtually with a loved one who lives out of town this spring with the Miles Nadal JCC.

Archived

April 18, 2021

to June 13, 2021

Disability/Visibility is a free 7-week community arts project presented in partnership with Gallery 44, culminating in a gallery show in Fall 2021.

Archived

March 25, 2021

Celebrate the opening of Dwelling in a Time of Plagues with short talks by the participating artists and authors.

Archived

April 12, 2021

to April 19, 2021

Canadians are making waves all over the ballet world, often with little recognition at home. Get to know 14 of them in these two illustrated lectures with video clips, and explore the variety of what constitutes “ballet” today.

Archived

April 15, 2021

Bronislaw Huberman, then the leading violinist in Europe, had a mission to rescue as many Jewish musicians as he could from the Nazis, and as a result, he saved many lives and created a great orchestral tradition.

Archived

April 8, 2021

A Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) concert featuring Cantor Sidney Ezer and accompanist Asher Farber performing Yiddish and Hebrew songs of courage, defiance and hope.

Archived

March 31, 2021

This year’s Jewish Street Art Festival, Contemporary Plagues, is launching just in time for Passover 2021! Learn more about the five murals, hear from the artists, and the plague theme behind their projects!

Archived

March 19, 2021

Director of Arts and Culture at the MNjcc, Esther Arbeid sits down with multi-disciplinary artist Amanta Scott to talk about her current exhibition, Eyeing Medusa, on view at the Virtual Gallery at the J.

Archived

March 10, 2021

to June 9, 2021

Join critic, writer, and lecturer Angelo Muredda as he takes a critical look at disability on film. With special guests and different topics each month, this popular lecture series is not one to miss!

Archived

March 11, 2021

to March 18, 2021

A two-part online storytelling series exploring the past and present of disabled youth in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Archived

February 18, 2021

Each month, we’ll join together with a Queer Jewish educator as we dive in together to connect to text.

Archived

February 21, 2021

Jewish food historian and Hillel Director Sarah Livingston whips up a batch of her family’s famous kreplach, and demonstrates what makes these dumplings Jewish& Italian!

Archived

March 1, 2021

to March 15, 2021

Over the years, women have successfully challenged and changed laws, both in the United States and Canada. Learn how “great triumphs can only come out of Great Trials.”

Archived

February 11, 2021

Enjoy this illustrated lecture, including video clips and musical selections performed by Jonno. Presented in honour of Black History Month.

Archived

February 4, 2021

Jewish community professionals Tema Smith, Sharoni Sibony and Liv Mendelsohn discuss how experience with invisible disabilities has impacted their Jewish communal life and work.

Archived

February 7, 2021

to February 28, 2021

With a little guided text discussion to prompt us, we’ll activate our creativity as a tool for personal and communal renewal.

Archived

February 1, 2021

Join the MNJCC for a Q&A with artist Sharoni Sibony on her exhibit My Body’s Keeper.

Archived

January 19, 2021

to March 2, 2021

Join Artistic Director of the Ashkenaz Festival, Eric Stein, as he shares his knowledge and passion for Klezmer Music in our new virtual Guided Listening series.

Archived

February 25, 2021

A coast-to-coast road trip of stories and songs, including reimagined folk staples, contemporary chart-toppers and beloved classics.

Archived

January 21, 2021

MNjcc Book Club reviewer Beverley Fingerhut is a former docent of the Art Gallery of Ontario, with honour degrees in both art and history.

Archived

February 1, 2021

to February 22, 2021

What were the shtetls in reality, who lived there and how did they evolve?

Archived

December 4, 2020

to January 4, 2021

Learn Hebrew and Yiddish at the Miles Nadal JCC!

Archived

January 5, 2021

Register now for winter virtual programs and explore your musical side with the Miles Nadal JCC!

Archived

November 27, 2020

Multi-media artist, professor Myriam Nafte, leads an enthralling lecture on Jewish contributions to philosophy, science, cosmography and medicine in the Middle Ages.

Archived

November 4, 2020

A screening of 12 short films and panel discussion with filmmakers and project director Patty Douglas from the Re-Storying Autism.

Archived

November 28, 2020

to November 29, 2020

The Toronto Jewish Film Society is presenting a second showing of The Gender Lady: The Fabulous Dr. May Cohen, and a special live Zoom Q & A with Drs. May Cohen, Barbara Lent and Cheryl Levitt.

Archived

November 26, 2020

Exchange ideas, connect with like-minded people, and participate in engaging discussions and book reviews at our free virtual monthly Book Club.

Archived

November 16, 2020

to November 30, 2020

Experience the wonders of Modern Architecture and Design in this globe-trotting journey through the 19th and 20th centuries.

Archived

November 8, 2020

Celebrate Jewish diversity and cook-a-long from your home kitchen or just pull up a seat and watch. 

Archived

November 5, 2020

This fascinating virtual lecture focuses on the true stories of the lives of Jewish circus artists in Germany circa 1880-1945, and combines photos from personal albums, recorded testimonies and stories collected over seven years of extensive research.

Archived

November 5, 2020

The Sarah & Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre is proud to present Necessary Images, a 12-installment film and talkback series.

Archived

October 29, 2020

Each month, we’ll join with a LGBTQ+ Jewish educator as we dive in together to study texts connected to each Hebrew month.

Archived

October 22, 2020

to October 25, 2020

Acclaimed director Eytan Fox returns to TJFF with a poignant depiction of the transformative power of love through a cross-generational encounter.

Archived

October 20, 2020

to December 8, 2020

In partnership with Jewish&, Jewish Foundations is an intro to Judaism class for everyone!

Archived

April 15, 2021

to June 3, 2021

Each session will include an optional live virtual social component, a live choir rehearsal session, and a taped choir session released as a YouTube video.

Archived

October 27, 2020

to December 8, 2020

From ragtime and jazz, to bluegrass and country, as well as pop, classical and multiple forms of ethnic folk music, new musical treasures await you.

Archived

November 4, 2020

to November 23, 2020

A course in the timeless short stories of four Jewish authors: Bernard Malamud, Philip Roth, Cynthia Ozick, and the great Canadian-Latvian-Jewish David Bezmozgis.

Archived

October 29, 2020

Exchange ideas, connect with like-minded people, and participate in engaging discussions and book reviews at our free virtual monthly Book Club.

Archived

October 5, 2020

to October 28, 2020

Join Jooli Park and make a collective commitment to practice mindfulness meditation twice weekly for the month of October.

Archived

October 14, 2020

to November 11, 2020

If you are a person with a disability who loves to make people laugh, our two-part Stand-up Comedy & Disability program is for you!

Archived

October 13, 2020

to November 9, 2020

This 5-part virtual lecture series will celebrate the lives and works of legendary Jewish composing teams.

Archived

October 15, 2020

Vivian Felsen will tell us the story of how she came to discover the mostly forgotten yet truly remarkable literary activity of Kensington Market.

Archived

October 4, 2020

Join the MNJCC every month as together we build the Jewish& Cookbook – recipes from households blending traditions and cultures!

Archived

September 21, 2020

to October 20, 2020

There are so ways to part music virtually with the Miles Nadal JCC this fall!

Archived

October 18, 2020

TJFS presents a fascinating documentary about an astonishing collection of ancient manuscripts hidden for centuries in a Cairo synagogue.

Archived

September 18, 2020

Join us live on Zoom to celebrate Rosh Hashana, family and community with Ezra and Lauren.

Archived

September 13, 2020

Join us monthly as we build the Jewish& Cookbook – with Master Chef winner Jennifer Crawford – blending recipes from households, traditions and cultures!

Archived

September 14, 2020

A tribute concert featuring popular folk singing duo Sue & Dwight.

Archived

September 14, 2020

to December 14, 2020

Start your morning by awakening your body and moving to summer-themed music.

Archived

September 14, 2020

to October 7, 2020

This entertaining virtual lecture series focuses on the greatest concentration of comedy talent ever assembled.

Archived

October 13, 2020

to October 19, 2020

Learn to speak, read, and write with confidence, from the basics of the aleph-bet, to writing and speaking fluently in Hebrew and Yiddish.

Archived

July 14, 2020

to August 18, 2020

A weekly sing-along class for all ages and abilities, bringing you the greatest hits of the Jewish songbook from the comfort of your couch.

Archived

October 13, 2020

to October 19, 2020

Looking to explore a unique Jewish culture through language? The opportunity to learn Yiddish online this fall is here!

Archived

November 4, 2020

to December 9, 2020

Critic, writer, curator and lecturer Angelo Muredda takes a critical look at disability on film.

Archived

June 25, 2020

to August 20, 2020

Share your story through filmmaking! With the help of our filmmaking instructor and resident artist, you’ll learn the skills to make your own short film.

Archived

August 24, 2020

As Toronto begins to re-open, leaders from performing arts organizations will discuss how they adapted their programming for the pandemic, and what they see as the future of the performing arts as we move forward into the “new normal.”

Related Exhibitions

Gallery

November 9, 2022

to November 30, 2022

Explore the moving and dramatic history of the Kindertransport and learn about the fate of these Kindertransport children through their personal objects and the stories they tell.

Gallery

October 3, 2022

to October 31, 2022

City Life Captures of Toronto takes you on a journey of Toronto, through a different lens.

Virtual

August 1, 2022

to August 31, 2022

Celebrating the Virtual Gallery at the J’s 2021-2022 artists and exhibition partners.

Virtual

May 2, 2022

to May 31, 2022

An MNjcc early childhood education exhibition showcasing art made using the Sheva Framework and foundation of each lens within the creative projects.

Virtual

April 1, 2022

to April 30, 2022

Canadians were encouraged to make art inspired by Shmita rooted in ritual objects, texts, music and practices that facilitate both a personal and collective engagement with Jewish cycles of time.

Virtual

March 1, 2022

to March 31, 2022

A celebration of female artists for International Women’s Day! The Women’s Art Association of Canada (WAAC) is the longest-standing arts organization of Canada.

Virtual

February 1, 2022

to February 28, 2022

This virtual exhibition of a series of images and designer silks, titled “NEO-KENTE” represents the next generation of contemporary cloth-making, integrating digital design and ancient and modern symbols of intersectional Black identities.

Virtual

January 4, 2022

to January 31, 2022

Collaborating with a courageous and diverse group of dancers during the COVID-19 lockdown, photographer Kyle Adler has crafted a stunning visual testament to how we share a need to create even while each of us owns a unique story.

Virtual

December 1, 2021

to December 31, 2021

Drawings in oil and graphite have a gestural immediacy in their depiction of churning ocean and cold light that provides a counterpoint to the major canvases.

Window Gallery

November 12, 2021

to November 27, 2021

This project features disabled people telling their own stories through narrative and visual art, woven into a 10 minute multi-media piece that will be projected onto exterior building walls.

Virtual

November 1, 2021

to November 30, 2021

A virtual exhibition for Holocaust Education Week, including painted portraits of child survivors of the Flossenburg concentration camp.

Virtual

October 1, 2021

to October 31, 2021

Through painted portraits, viewers will encounter a survivor, and feel echoes of their individual strength and courage.

Virtual

September 1, 2021

to September 30, 2021

Showcasing the work of young artists with disabilities to illustrate the story of what the theme of bloom means to them. Each photo reflects the individual’s focus, chosen by each artist who took part in a 7-week Disability/Visibility photography program.

Virtual

August 3, 2021

to August 31, 2021

Photographer Jack Micay captures both posed and candid shots of soon-to-be and just wed couples from around the world in his exhibit Bride and Groom.

Virtual

June 1, 2021

to June 30, 2021

queer at the root is a virtual art exhibition featuring 18 Jewish, queer and or trans artists across North America displayed by the Miles Nadal JCC in Toronto in collaboration with Jewish Queer Trans Vancouver.

Virtual

May 3, 2021

to June 10, 2021

Almost every family has a shoebox filled with old photos tucked away in a drawer or closet. But our shoebox is special. In it are images taken by my father during the l940’s and 50’s that have danced around in my head for years.

Virtual

May 1, 2021

to June 30, 2021

Part studio portrait, part collaboration, Martha Davis empowers senior citizens to fulfill their longings virtually, using the magic of green screen photography.

Virtual

March 8, 2021

to April 9, 2021

Amanta Scott celebrates International Women’s Day with Eyeing Medusa, 25 encaustic paintings depicting some of the most iconic women of our time such as Greta Thunberg, Margaret Atwood, Tarana Burke and Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

Window Gallery

March 26, 2021

to May 16, 2021

A Jewish creative response to real-world plagues of our time. In Toronto, Bareket Kezwer’s mural at the Miles Nadal JCC engages with the plague of binary thinking.

Virtual

January 4, 2021

to February 28, 2021

The text in each print is customizable to reflect a couple’s distinct union. These prints juxtapose a modern-day aesthetic with a long-standing tradition.

Virtual

February 1, 2021

to February 28, 2021

This series weaves together the visual vocabularies of communal Jewish prayer and the artist’s own objects of pain management.

Virtual

December 15, 2020

to January 31, 2021

Celia Brandao is a Toronto-based ceramic artist and educator with an extensive background in commercial graphic design.

Window Gallery

December 8, 2020

to January 4, 2021

For Hanukkah, the windows of the MNjcc have been covered with the work of Bareket Kezwer, who has added a burst of colour to the corner of Bloor and Spadina.

Virtual

October 1, 2020

to November 30, 2020

Archive is a combined series by multimedia artist Myriam Nafte, inspired by medieval Jewish communities and celebrating their contributions to the arts and sciences.

Virtual

September 1, 2020

to November 30, 2020

Gail Geltner is a visual artist and illustrator. All images have been selected from the book, What You See, published by Second Storey Press in 1992.

Virtual

September 1, 2020

to September 30, 2020

In the exhibit entitled Life, the artists explore different perspectives using a technique known as “Modern Batik Art” to bring their pieces to life!

Virtual

August 19, 2020

to September 18, 2020

Celebrate 25 years of the Ashkenaz Festival by exploring the festival’s archives in this virtual exhibition at the MNjcc Virtual Gallery.

Virtual

August 1, 2020

to August 31, 2020

A digital showcase of the Jewish Music Week’s Student Art Contest winners, submitted under the theme of “My Favourite Jewish Music.”

Virtual

July 3, 2020

to July 31, 2020

Exciting new photography from 17 students, curated by Steve Kean and Effie Biliris, and Stephanie Avery’s photographs that explore abandoned buildings around the world.

Virtual

June 1, 2020

to June 30, 2020

An exhibition for Pride Month at the J, featuring the work of Cee Lavery and Saul Freedman-Lawson.
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