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Apply to be a 2018-2019 LABA Fellow (NYC)

LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Art and Culture is a non-religious, Jewish house of study at the 14th Street Y. Its goal is to function as an international incubator for Jewish creativity. Every year LABA selects a group of ten fellows to join them for a yearlong study of classical Jewish texts centered around a […]

LABA-BA 2017 Exhibitions in NYC

Two simultaneous exhibitions  by Argentinean Fellows of LABA-Buenos Aires, working globally with LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture at the 14th Street Y will take place in NYC. Artists: SILVANA BLASBALG / VALERIA BUDASOFF / MYRIAM JAWERBAUM MIRTA KUPFERMINC /VIVIANA ROMAY /SILVIA RUBINSON. Curator: Mirta Kupferminc – Assistant: Estela Ivkovcic Gallery Talks by Tova Shvartzman Five […]

LABA Fellowship Applications Open

Apply now and join LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture for a year exploring OTHER. http://www.labajournal.com/2016/03/laba-application   LABA is a non-religious, Jewish house of study and culture laboratory at New York’s 14th Street Y. Every year LABA selects a group of ten fellows to join for a yearlong study of classical Jewish texts centered around a theme. […]

LABA Fellowship Applications Open

LABA is a non-religious Jewish house of study and culture laboratory at the 14th Street Y in New York. Every year LABA selects a group of around ten fellows to join us for a year long study of classical Jewish texts centered around a theme, and then interpret these texts in their work which is […]

ELAT CHAYIM ARTFEST

Join the Jewish Art Salon at the Elat Chayim ArtFest at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in the Berkshires Sunday, June 30 – Wednesday, July 3, 2013 Celebrating and highlighting the vibrant infusion of creativity and artistic engagement in a diverse, eco-conscious Jewish community. This art festival offers a wildly diverse array of opportunities to […]

TZELEM

This project was produced in conjunction with LABA, the National Laboratory for New Jewish Culture at the 14 Street Y. April 26 – May 17, 2009, Stanton Street Synagogue The pioneering importance of this exhibit, Tzelem-Likeness and Presence in Jewish Art, was that it corralled, for the first time, a diverse, balanced and complete range of […]