“Inheritance” is an interactive exhibit and live performance presented by The Inheritance Project, a storytelling platform that asks, “How much of our identity do we inherit?” Artist Katya Stepanov explores the impact of her own inheritance in an immersive exhibition of photographs and interviews with her family and extended community. “Inheritance” immerses visitors in the […]
We’re building a clearinghouse of free knowledge from the world’s most inspired thinkers – and a Jewish community of curious souls to engage with ideas and each other at events in New York. Intellectual Jewish Salon Series will host speakers on education, business, science, tech and creativity to help build a strong community for young […]
JEvents will collect Jewish events, programs and places in a single user-friendly mobile app with the goal of connecting Jewish communities to each other. JEvents NY & NJ will build on the successful model that has been working in Russia since 2014.
The Jewish and Connected networking group was formed to help local Jewish professionals grow their businesses through referral marketing. Only one person per occupation will be allowed in every group. Everyone in the group must initial interview with Jewish and Connected Team Members. There is no membership fee. J&C Mission: The mission of Jewish […]
Jews are all about knots. Whether tying a knot under a chuppah or on the tzitzit, Judaism is full of knot references, spiritually and physically. Macramé workshops will provide a nurturing and expressive environment for artists and non-artists alike, build connections to form long lasting relationships and provide a chance to tie spiritual Jewish symbolism […]
Cultural events and social outings for Russian-speaking Jews ages 50+. Event series, created as part of the COJECO Blueprint Fellowship, included: “Бранч под музыку”, a fabulous brunch at City Winery, with a performance by Lisa Gutkin, a Grammy-winning artist, offering a vibrant blend of Jewish melodies, jazz, blues, and much more! A great event for […]
Laura Vladimirova set out to create a community garden in Bath Beach, a Russian-Jewish neighborhood in Southern Brooklyn, with several key goals: a) To create a space that can be used by local seniors, kids and others b) To promote sustainability to the local community; c) To create a space of environmental awareness post Hurricane Sandy by […]
The goal of this community project is to create a series of enriching and dynamic programs that will engage and empower an often marginalized, yet crucial, segment of the RSJ community: Sephardic and Mizrahi Russian-speaking Jews, particularly those who are LGBTQ. The objective is to both build a supportive and vibrant community of Sephardic, Mizrahi […]
Create a community for Russian-Speaking Jewish Singles where they can meet, mingle, learn, and stay within the community to create Jewish families. The project will develop culture & learning series with diverse Jewish content in an informal atmosphere of a singles meet up.
The South Brooklyn Art and Science Culture Club is a community initiative for Russian-speaking American Jews of South Brooklyn (Sheepshead Bay, Brighton and Manhattan Beach areas). The Culture Club provides a platform for South Brooklyn residents to meet and explore their Jewish identity in the context of both formal presentations and workshops as well as informal […]
Masha Pekurovsky project “The Red Tent” is a dance and video tribute to the feminine – An exploration of the Jewish female identity through the eyes of the artist. Building upon her passion for design, video art and tribal belly dance, Masha seeks to bring a multi-disciplinary performance experience to the audience.
The International Mail Art Project “Ticket To Jerusalem” invited people from all over the world to create and mail in their “ideal” handmade art-tickets. All entries are exhibited online at http://tickettojerusalem.com. The art exhibit “Ticket to Jerusalem” by Radik Shvarts was held at the JCC of Manhattan in April 2010. The opening event had approximately 100 participants, […]
Since 2008 Ticún Brasil/תיקון ברזיל creates mutual inspirations for Brazilian and international art communities via innovative cultural exchange programs. Our projects promote lesser known sides of Brazilian art, provide volunteering opportunities for travelers to Brazil and connect artists worldwide. Ticún Brasil activities range from teaching photography and English in slums (favelas) to art residencies, improvisational music cinematic concerts, shadows puppet theater, Jewish […]
COJECO was formed in 2001 as an umbrella organization for grassroots community organizations of Russian-speaking Jewish immigrants in New York to make their voices heard and respected. Today we represent over 30 such network organizations, including young adult leadership groups, Holocaust Survivors, professional associations, arts & culture organizations, and social justice groups.
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