Category Julian Voloj

Yam Noraim Zine

The work of Jewish Art Salon members Judith Joseph, Michal Nachman, Julian Voloj, and Lea Weinberg are included in Yamim Noraim, a zine of original art and writing about the Jewish High Holy Days, edited by Tamar Nachmany. More info https://www.patreon.com/tamar According to the zine’s creator: “Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur have always fascinated me. The imagery, values, prayers, […]

Jewish Comic Con

Julian Voloj is a participant in the first ever Jewish Comic Con. This will take place in Brooklyn. Voloj is a panelist on Sunday’s 10 am event EISNER, KIRBY, SIEGEL, ETC.: THE JEWISH ROOTS OF COMICS. Sunday, November 13th at Congregation Kol Israel  603 St. John’s Place (between Franklin and Classon) Brooklyn, NY Tickets here.   Jewish […]

JOMIX- Jews, the Comics & Art; Past & Present – Panel

The Jewish Art Salon presents JOMIX- Jews, the Comics & Art; Past & Present, an artists panel, on Long Island, NY.  Sunday September 25, 1:00 – 2:00 pm Sid Jacobson JCC in East Hills, New York 300 Forest Dr., Greenvale, NY 11548. (516) 484-1545 Map here.   This panel is in conjunction with the Jewish Art […]

JOMIX – Jewish Comics; Art and Derivation

The Jewish Art Salon & the Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center present: JOMIX – Jewish Comics; Art and Derivation  Curated by Joel Silverstein, Richard McBee & Aimee Rubensteen. Conceived by the Jewish Art Salon. September 25 12:00-3:00 PM  Opening                                    […]

Julian Voloj in Jewish Week’s Literary Summer and Queens Book Festival

Only In New York: Stories of Jewish Identity, Creativity and Community, from the Upper West Side to the South Bronx featuring MARIKA HUGHES and JULIAN VOLOJ. MARIKA HUGHES, a composer, lyricist, singer and cellist who fronts a band, has performed around the world, and, most recently, at Joe’s Pub. Her latest CD is “New York Nostalgia.” The granddaughter […]

The LES Live Jewish Book Club with Julian Voloj

The Manny Cantor Center presents Ghetto Brother: Warrior to Peacemaker, a book discussion by Julian Voloj. Wednesday, December 9th @ 7:00PM Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway, NYC, at Jefferson Street Mr. Voloj will be present to discuss his work and sign books. The LES Live Jewish Book Club is a collaboration between Tamid: The Downtown Synagogue […]

JOMIX – Jewish Comics; Art & Derivation at Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art and the Jewish Art Salon present: JOMIX – Jewish Comics; Art & Derivation  September 1st through November 15th, 2015. Mon-Fri  9:30 AM – 4:30 PM Reception & Panel Discussion with Curators  October 15, 2015 @ 6pm Guest Speakers Joel Silverstein, Richard McBee & Aimee Rubensteen, JOMIX Exhibit Curators, Jewish Art Salon. Introductions by Wendi Furman, PMJA Director of Exhibitions, […]

Ghetto Brother at the Bronx Museum

Wednesday, May 6, 5:30pm to 7:30pm The Bronx Trolley: First Wednesdays Arts & Culture Tour stops at the Bronx Museum where author Julian Voloj will discuss his graphic novel Ghetto Brother: Warrior to Peacemaker. An engrossing view of one of the most dangerous elements of American urban history, this graphic novel with illustrations by Claudia Ahlering tells the true […]

Volunteer actors sought

Ilan Stavans and Julian Voloj are working on a New York fotonovela based on an old Yiddish play. Here is a link to Ilan talking about his previous fotonovela project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AtcfHlPpCY They are recruiting potential actors for this project, ideally from the frum communities. Shooting late May, beginning of June. Contact Julian at julian.voloj@gmail.com

JOMIX — Jewish Comics; Art & Derivation

UJA-Federation of New York 
invites you to their exhibit with the Jewish Art Salon. JOMIX — Jewish Comics; Art & Derivation UJA-Federation of New York 130 East 59th Street, Seventh-Floor Gallery, New York City Exhibition on view March 1 – May 8, 2015 Monday-Thursday 10-6 by appointment. Contact Lillian Rodriguez at 1.212.836.1793 or rodriguezl@ujafedny.org ______________________ Gallery talk & tour Tuesday, […]

DOCUMENTING DIASPORA

The Anne Frank Center USA, RJeneration & Jewish Art Salon invite you to Documenting Diaspora Illustrated talk with artist Julian Voloj. Wednesday, March 12, 2014 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 to view the Faith & Form art exhibit. Join award winning photographer Julian Voloj for a discussion and presentation on Jewish émigré […]

FAITH and FORM – Addressing Intolerance and Anti-semitism

The Anne Frank Center USA Announces Faith & Form, a new exhibit with the Jewish Art Salon. “Responding to the mission of the Anne Frank Center USA, The exhibit features Jewish Art Salon artists from North America, Israel and Europe whose work addresses themes of intolerance, identity, anti-semitism, racism, and discrimination,” explains Yvonne Simons, executive director […]

WARRIOR/PEACEMAKER: A Graphic Novel – Julian Voloj

The Jewish Art Salon, the Kraft Center, Be’chol Lashon and JWalks present: Julian Voloj’s “Warrior/Peacemaker: A Graphic Novel” with illustrations by Claudia Ahlering. Curated by Yona Verwer. The Columbia / Barnard Kraft Center, 606 West 115th Street, NYC Tuesday March 12, 2013 6-8 PM Opening Reception,   7 pm Q & A with Benjamin Melendez and Julian Voloj, moderated […]

SILENT WITNESSES: Synagogues Transformed, Rebuilt or Abandoned

Artists Respond to History Holocaust Memorial Center 28123 Orchard Lake Road Farmington Hills, MI 48334 (Metro Detroit) Hours: Sun – Thurs 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Fri 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM Tel: (248) 553-2400. “Silent Witnesses” is a collaboration of the Cultural Heritage Artists Project,  the Jewish Art Salon, JWalks, and the Holocaust Memorial […]

Successful Artists Network

  By Julian Voloj, June 7, 2013 The Jewish Art Salon in New York offers contemporary artists the opportunity to mingle and gain exposure for their work. The Jewish Art Salon organizes bimonthly programs that brings together artists, curators, and art lovers in the New York area. “It is an excellent opportunity for networking,” says Yona Verwer, […]

Warrior / Peacemaker

Warrior / Peacemaker: A Graphic Novel Preview Julian Voloj’s WARRIOR/PEACEMAKER is a work-in-progress graphic novel with illustrations by Claudia Ahlering. Based on interviews with former activists, Julian Voloj tells the story of the 1971 Hoe Avenue Peace meeting; a gang truce that led to the birth of breakdancing, graffiti, and hip-hop. The central figure of […]

Interview with Yona Verwer

2Life Magazine, November 25, 2009 By Julian Voloj On December 6th, the Cultural Heritage Artists Project will open its first exhibition, dedicated to the Orchard Street Synagogue. Before the exhibition opens at the John Slade Ely House in New Haven, 2Life Magazine will feature various participating artists. Each one will get three questions related to their artwork and their experience. […]

9/11 IN 2011

The Educational Alliance in New York will feature the Jewish Art Salon’s 9-11 Window Installation at the Ernest Rubinstein Gallery, in concert with Tobi Kahn’s exhibit Embodied Light, 9-11 in 2011. Exhibit dates:  September 14 – November 23, 2011 Hours: Best viewed in daylight. Location: Ernest Rubenstein Gallery Windows Jefferson Street near East Broadway, New […]

GENERATION D: IDENTITIES

Generation D: Identities Flomenhaft Gallery Annex, 547 W 27 Street, Suite 528, N.Y. Tues., Dec. 14, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. 2010 Co-hosted by the the Jewish Art Salon, Flomenhaft Gallery and Be’chol Lashon. Contact: Katrina Ellis/212-268-4952. An exhibit celebrating Jewish diversity The gallery annex will feature the work of Siona Benjamin, originally from Bombay, now […]