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Jonathan S. Tobin
Is Israel obligated to fund anti-Zionist art?
Artists don’t have an intrinsic right to state subsidies, but neither should government ministers play the censor.
International artist sees unity in the diversity of Israel’s people
“After the Tribes” is a bold, four-meter towering structure created from a wrought-iron metal framework—an artistic representation of the biblical priestly breastplate known as the hoshen, which was made up of 12 gemstones representing each one of the tribes.
Singer, composer and music producer Shim Craimer tunes in to ‘aliyah’
His newest song, “Tziyon,” originally produced as a closing-credits song for an Israeli movie yet to be released, will be set to a music video of his family’s aliyah, produced in partnership with Nefesh B’Nefesh.
In Jerusalem, happy ‘horde’ indulges in ‘meta-reflection’ of reality
Throughout the 105 minutes of directed navigation, a voice programmed by the avant-garde theater collective Rimini Protokoll led 50 of us along the streets on an audiovisual journey that started in a cemetery and ended atop a Jerusalem rooftop.
Israel rocks, according to bassist Dave Rublin
Part of the band American Authors, he talks about his new album, growing up Jewishly, traveling to Israel on Birthright and how music brings people together—and should be shared.
New film on Roger Waters seeks to expose BDS frontman’s anti-Semitism
3rd Jerusalem Biennale to feature 200 Jewish artists, increased global flair
‘Menashe’ presents a rare authentic on-screen depiction of Hasidic Judaism
Israel Festival paints multiculturalism with a broad brush and high notes
Digging history: documentary details Holocaust escape, unearths buried tunnel
Richard Gere’s stunning pro-Palestinian hypocrisy
‘Laughter heals’ is message of unlikely Jewish-Muslim comedy act
Portraits of Irish Holocaust survivors present nation with a teachable moment
Oscars 2015: reflecting on love at first sight and what makes a film ‘Jewish’
Shlomo Carlebach musical has the soul to heal frayed race relations