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Kickingoff theMonth - JewishCommunities of the World Kislev: Greece With Prof. Rina Levin Melamed on Salonica, journalist and radio personality Yaron Enosh on Corfu; and music with Gila Hasid and Uzi Rosenblatt . Admission free, subject to availability. Tickets can be reserved in advance Kicking off the Month - Jewish Communities of the World Tevet: Baghdad With author Eli Amir and Orli Bechar - Levi , Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center. Music with Yossi Lev Admission free, subject to availability. Tickets can be reserved in advance TheGiladEphrat Ensemble New pieces and original arrangements of Israeli classics Launching their latest album alongside popular Israeli songs arranged especially for string instruments Admission: 50 NIS, students 30 NIS My Father’sHouse Doron Raphaeli and his band bring acoustic sounds from Kurdistan and piyutim from Jerusalem synagogues, with guest singer Sagiv Cohen Admission: 40 NIS, students 20 NIS Sun. Nov 19 8:00 PM Thurs. Dec. 21 8:00 PM Thurs. Dec 7 9:00 PM Looking Inward and Beyond Leonid Balaklav – Sketches and Drawings Curator: Menachem Halberstadt Leonid Balaklav made Aliyah from Moldova after gaining recognition as an artist in his homeland. A recipient of many prizes, with his art exhibited in museums and galleries, Balaklav’s art expresses the beyond by capturing that which is near. Exhibition Opening: Monday | November 27th | 8:00 PM Exhibition Musical Readings for Children A Literary Musical Encounter: Noam’s Store of Words Stories of Every night, Noam dreams a new word. In the morning, he can’t seem to remember it. With: Author Ruvik Rosenthal | Editor and Moderator: Sarit Zussman | Music: Moriel Hoffman For ages 4-8 Admission: 20 NIS per child, accompanying adult 10 NIS Wed. Nov 22 5:00 PM Photo: Ladino poet Bouena Sarfatty on her wedding day to Max Garfinkle, 1946 Photo: Ladino poet Bouena Sarfatty on her wedding day to Max Garfinkle, 1946 Photo: Aviraz Raz Photography: Shani Wein Photography: Jud Moskowitz Celebrating Sigd 9:00pm Gili Yalo hosts Karolina With Rabbi Dr. Sharon Shalom and special guest Karolina Admission: 60 NIS, students 30 NIS 7:30pm Dance Ethiopian Led by Aviv Yosef Admission: 40 NIS, students 30 NIS 8:00pm Sacred Music from a Distant Land Adego Salhu, Solomon Kehati , and Doron Tieh : sounds of Ethiopia in Jerusalem Free admission Thurs. Nov 16 Wed. Nov 22 8:30 PM Lunar Legends: The Chelmites and the Moon A play for the month of Kislev In Chelm, to try and overcome darkness, they chase after the glow of the moon Tuesday | November 21st | 5:00 PM Monday | November 27th | 5:00 PM Tuesday | December 5th | 5:00 PM Tuesday | December 12th | 5:00 PM (festive Chanukah lighting with actors) For ages 4-8 Admission: 30 NIS per child, accompanying adult 10 NIS Tue. Nov. 21 5:00 PM Photo: Maoz Vaystooch ThePeople of TheBook - Elijah Stories of Biblical personalities as seen through the eyes of the Midrash, Aggadah, world literature and poetry. With author Prof. Haim Be’er and Prof. Hananel Mack Admission per session: 20 NIS, entire series (purchased in advance): 100 NIS Sun. Nov. 26 8:00 PM Sun. Dec 3 8:00 PM Photo: Ilan Bsor ISRAELI TALKS & BeitAviChai TheTimesof israel “Fauda” is the internationally-acclaimed TV series that follows a fictional Israeli undercover unit searching for Palestinian terrorists in the West Bank. With Avi Issacharov , Fauda’s co- creator, author and Middle East analyst Moderated by Sarah Tuttle-Singer , New Media Editor The program will be in English. Light refreshments. Admission: 40 NISrefreshments. Out of This World Uncovering the HiddenWorld of Haredi Cinema Series Editor: Marlene Vanig , researcher of Haredi Cinema Founding Mothers of Haredi Cinema Guest: Director Dina Pearlstein Admission per session: 20 NIS Admission to all 5 sessions: 80 NIS Out of This World Uncovering the HiddenWorld of Haredi Cinema Series Editor: Marlene Vanig , researcher of Haredi Cinema The Unspoken Comes to Light – A New Generation of Haredi Films Guest: Director Esti Shushan Admission per session: 20 NIS Admission to all 5 sessions: 80 NIS Mon. Dec 4 8:00 PM Mon. Jan 1 8:00 PM Photo from the movie “The Dreamers” directed by Efrat Shalom Danon Photo from the movie “The Dreamers” directed by Efrat Shalom Danon ThePeopleof The Book - Prophets Stories of Biblical personalities as seen through the eyes of the Midrash, Aggadah, world literature and poetry. With author Prof. Haim Be’er and Prof. Hananel Mack Admission per session: 20 NIS, entire series (purchased in advance): 100 NIS ThePeople of TheBook - Ruth Stories of Biblical personalities as seen through the eyes of the Midrash, Aggadah, world literature and poetry. With author Prof. Haim Be’er and Prof. Hananel Mack Admission per session: 20 NIS, entire series (purchased in advance): 100 NIS Sun. Dec. 10 8:00 PM Sun. Dec. 24 8:00 PM Photography: Leonard sandemo Debating Core Issues Facing Israeli Society Dr. Tomer Persico and Yoav Sorek in discussion with celebrated author and Israel Prize Laureate Prof. A. B. Yehoshua Topic: Tension and harmony between the Jewish religion and Jewish nationhood Admission: 20 NIS, students free (with student ID) Admission: 20 NIS Discourse in Depth Tue. Dec 26 8:30 PM Tue. Dec 26 8:00 PM Penetrating the Jewish bookshelf: Slow Readings AWorld without Mitzvot – A Philosophic Utopia? Slow readings of the Rambam’s Guide to the Perplexed A text-based journey to understand the Rambam’s approach to the role and place of Divine commandments. With Hebrew University Senior Lecturer Dr. Avinoam Rosenak Tuesdays at 8:00 PM on: December 26th and January 2nd Admission (two sessions): 40 NIS Wed Dec 27 9:00 PM My Story Songs, Singers and Their Stories Yoni Rechter Hosts musician Itai Perl Moderator: Yoav Kutner Production and Artistic Direction: Monocrave Admission: 60 NIS, students 30 NIS Photo: Ilan Bsor Open to men and women: led by Ro’i Horn, meets Tuesdays from 6 to 8PM. A lecture series with: Bilha Ben Eliahu , Dr. Avinoam Rosenak , Hanan Mazeh , Dr. Ruchama Weiss , Dr. Ronit Ir Shai and Yuval Rivlin . Tuesdays, 6:00-9:30PM, begins Nov. 14th . Annual Fee: 1,200 NIS Beit Midrash at Beit Avi Chai 2017-2018 Ongoing Study Programs at Beit Avi Chai Making Waves Beit Midrash for Jerusalem High School students Spoken Youth Study, spoken-word and poetry workshop for teenagers Gap-Year Volunteers program for Jerusalem youth during their year of volunteer service Nissan Nativ Text study and theatre workshop with students of the Nissan Nativ Drama School Writing Workshop Workshop for learning texts and writing poetry Subtext Study groups for young people The Source – Beit Midrash In-depth study of Jewish-Israeli texts and ideas Further detail on these and other projects: www.bac.org.il Singing Community for Young Professionals (Ages 18 to 35) Weekly sessions that focuses on the world of Jewish music, piyut and poetry, includes study of traditional piyutim, in-depth literary analysis and singing. Guest paytanim join on a regular basis. Mondays, 8-10PM. First session: Nov, 6. Singing Community for Older Adults 40 NIS per session, 1,200 NIS for the entire year. Mon. Nov 6 8:00 PM “Do not hide yourself from your kin” Beit Avi Chai invites fledgling writers to a study and writing workshop on body, flesh and spirit. Moderators: Binyamin Shvili and Sarah Segal Katz Ten sessions, Wednesdays 5:00-8:00 PM, begins Nov. 15th Participation: 250 NIS Wed. Nov. 15 5:00 PM Tue. Nov. 14 6:00 PM

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