The exhibition “Jews on Vinyl” is full of Latin-Jewish, bagels-and-bongos audio treasures, and this listening party celebrates everything from Yiddish mambos to Fiddler on the Roof charangas. Come hear how Tito Puente ended up playing the Catskills, how a Brooklyn Jew became known as El Judio Maravilloso, and much more. “Mazel Tov, Mis Amigos” is 7:30 pm Thursday July 8 at the Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 North Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA.
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Artists! Be’chol Lashon and Shemspeed are looking for you! Open call to Jewish artists from racially or ethnically diverse backgrounds or Jews whose work has an emphasis on expanding notions of what Jewish ‘looks’ like. Pieces should be 2D and no larger than 3 x 4 ft. Your work will … Continue Reading >>
Judios Latinos presents Feria Artistica: Duality 92YTribeca is proud to partner with Judios Latinos for a very special exhibition of work from emerging Latin artists. Based on the conflict that arises from belonging to two worlds at once, DUALITY showcases multi-disciplinary work from: Tamara Bogolasky Jessica Kaire Mirta Kupferminc Denise … Continue Reading >>
On Thursday, June 3, the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles will host “Get Down, Moses.” At this outdoor music listening and dance party highlighting the complex musical relationship between Jews and African Americans, the focus will be on African-American artists singing Jewish songs.