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AWritingWorkshop Inspired by Megillat Esther A series of ten study and writing sessions: on revelation, secrecy, men, women, and sleeplessness. Moderated by author Sahara Blau and educator Yossi Ben Harush Wednesdays (5:00 PM to 8:00 PM), beginning January 31st Participation: 250 NIS , places limited. Photo of reproduction: Maoz Vaystooch Gustave Dore: Moses and Aaron appear before Pharaoh Photo: courtesy of the Gordon Museum Lunar Legends: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse A play for the month of Shevat The country mouse leaves the simple, natural life and sets out on a voyage to the big city. Monday | February 5th | 5:00 PM Tuesday | February 6th | 5:00 PM Wednesday | February 7th | 5:00 PM Thursday | February 8th | 5:00 PM For ages 4-8 Admission: 30 NIS per child, accompanying adult 10 NIS Lunar Legends: Two Hats A play for the month of Adar A silly tale of a simple man who mistakenly swapped hats Thursday | February 15th | 5:00 PM Sunday | February 18th | 5:00 PM Monday | February 19th | 5:00 PM Tuesday | February 20th | 5:00 PM For ages 4-8 Admission: 30 NIS per child, accompanying adult 10 NIS Mon. Feb5 5:00 PM Thurs. Feb 15 5:00 PM ManandNature Marking the publication of the thought and writings of A. D. Gordon Join Dr. Avinoam Rosenak in discussion with Prof. Eliezer Schweid on the influence and relevance of A. D. Gordon’s thought 7:30 PM - The public lecture is preceded by a study session on Gordon’s philosophy led by Na’ama Shaked Admission 20 NIS Tue. Jan30 8:30 PM Thurs. Feb 1 8:30 PM Sun. Feb 18 8:00 PM Photo: Ilan Bsor ISRAELI TALKS & BEITAVICHAI THETIMESOF ISRAEL Join venture capitalist Michael Eisenberg in conversation with Rabbi Benny Lau on start- ups, scholarship, life choices, venture capital, the message of Purim and investing in Israel. Moderated by Matthew Kalman of the Times of Israel. Introduction: Dr. David Rozenson, Executive Director of Beit Avi Chai The program will take place in English. Admission: 40 NIS . My Favorite Tracta te The Steinsaltz Institute presents thinkers, public figures and artists who discuss and analyze a theme culled from a favorite Talmudic tractate. Rabbi Yirmi Stavisky , Principal of Jerusalem’s Himmelfarb High School Admission: 20 NIS My Favorite Tracta te The Steinsaltz Institute presents thinkers, public figures and artists who discuss and analyze a theme culled from a favorite Talmudic tractate. Efim Rinenberg, Theatrical Director Admission: 20 NIS Sun. Feb 4 8:30 PM Sun. Feb 18 8:30 PM Courtesy of Marius Yechezkel, Meira Yasmin, Daniel Kaminsky Photo: Efrat Lichtenstadt A musical performance highlighting the life and work of Stella Haskil (1918-1954), one of Greece’s greatest Rebetiko singers. Known as “The Woman from Thessaloniki,” her life also represents the story of Thessaloniki Jewry, in all of its beautiful and darkest moments. With Tomer Katz , Mor Carabassi, Noam Oxman , Idan Elmalam , Liad Mor and Ivan Czeresnech . Moderated by Shimon Parnas . Admission: 50 NIS , students 30 NIS Festive Sessions of Food and Text Just before Purim, a study encounter with Jewish texts relating to Purim together with a culinary workshop on baking Hamantaschen. With Prof. Avigdor Shinan and Keren Kadosh of Jerusalem’s famed Café Kadosh Admission: 50 NIS Debating Core Issues Facing Israeli Society Dr. Tomer Persico and Yoav Sorek in discussion with Amos Schocken , Publisher of Ha’aretz. Topic: The State of Israel, influence of the media, relationship with politics and politicians – and the role of Ha’aretz. Admission: 20 NIS , students free (with student ID ) TheWoman fromThessaloniki Food for the Soul Discourse in Depth Wed. Feb 14 8:30 PM Tue. Feb 27 8:00 PM Wed. Feb 7 8:30 PM Thurs. Feb 8 9:00 PM My Story Songs, Singers and Their Stories Amir Dadon Moderator: Yoav Kutner Production and Artistic Direction: Monocrave Admission: 60 NIS , students 30 NIS Kicking off the Month - Jewish Communities of the World Adar: Cochin With Prof. Shalva Weil , author Iris Elia- Cohen , moderated by Zvika Klein Communal singing with Nir Vider and Reuven Oppenheim Admission free, subject to availability. Strongly advise to reserve tickets in advance. Thurs. Feb 15 8:00 PM Photo: Ladino poet Bouena Sarfatty on her wedding day to Max Garfinkle, 1946 Musical Readings for Children A Literary Musical Encounter Groundsel Snow A musical show with children’s author Rinat Primo reading her book, “Groundsel Snow” With Sarit Zussman and pianist Moriel Hoffman Thursday | January 25th | 5:00 PM Thursday | February 22th | 5:00 PM For ages 4-8 Admission: 20 NIS per child, accompanying adult 10 NIS Thurs. Jan 25 5:00 PM Illustration: Maya Ish Shalom 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. Free Admission Exhibition · C e l e b r a t i n g P u r i m · C e l e b r a t i n g P u r i m Friday | Feb 23 rd | 9:00 PM CelebratingPurim Educator David Menachem hosts Noam Dan and musician Hanan Ben Ari for a festive Shabbat eve Purim-themed gathering. Texts, discussions, refreshments and the music of Shabbat Admission free, subject to availability. Tickets must be reserved in advance: from February 18th to February 23rd (Friday), with reservations closing at 11:00 AM . SaturdayNight | Feb24 th | 9:30PM Motzei Shabbat (Saturday Night) inAdar Join performer Jacky Levi , star saxophonist Daniel Zamir and the Kalabat Shabbat team: Galit Tzabari , Meir Poris , Eran Kraus, Yair Lehman , Nadav Vikinski for an unforgettable Purim special. Admission: 60 NIS , students 30 NIS Photos: Ophir Deri, Guy Kushi, Yariv Fine, Ido Izhak, Avital Dan, Maoz Vaystooch Here and Nowwith Amit Segal: Sefer Shemot “And these are the names” Popular Channel 2 News anchor Amit Segal focuses on central issues and ideas in the book of Exodus, and reflects on them in light of current affairs Admission: 20 NIS Sun. Jan 28 9:00 PM Tue. Jan30 8:00 PM Penetrating the Jewish bookshelf: Slow Readings Brenner from a Distance of a Century of Pain “Life is bad, but always secret… death is bad. The world is complex, but also varied, and sometimes beautiful. Man is miserable, but occasionally wonderful too.”(“From Here and There”) On “From Here and There” and “Breakdown and Bereavement” by Yosef Haim Brenner With celebrated author and poet Haim Be’er Tuesdays at 8:00 PM on: January 30th February 6th Admission (two sessions): 40 NIS Photo: Tomer Zamora Tue. Feb 13 8:00 PM Penetrating the Jewish bookshelf: Slow Readings Femininity and Gender in Kabbalistic Literature “On this matter we are really the Divine Presence, the Divine Presence is the soul of Israel, and everything is one” (Rabbi Moshe Cordovero, Sefer Gerushin) With author and educator Dr. Ruth Kara-Ivanov Kaniel Tuesdays at 8:00 PM on: February 13th February 20th Admission (two sessions): 40 NIS Wed. Jan 31 5:00 PM Hatikvah: HopeReborn Relive the hope that fueled a nation! Virtuoso pianist and educator Dr. Astrith Baltsan brings the fascinating and unknown story of Israel’s national anthem to life with her celebrated performance, accompanied with rare archival recordings and historical video footage. The program will take place in English. Admission 60 NIS , Students: 30 NIS Photo: Maoz Vaystooch Photo: Maoz Vaystooch Photo: Regev Gal Tue. Feb 27 8:00 PM Penetrating the Jewish bookshelf: Slow Readings Stories of Moses: From Childhood to Adolescence “Because this is Moses, the man we brought up from the land of Egypt” (Shemot 32:1) With Biblical scholar and educator Dr. Hezi Cohen Tuesdays at 8:00 PM on: February 27th March 6th Admission (two sessions): 40 NIS Israel: RiskyBusiness or Sound Investment? Sun. Jan 21 8:00 PM ISRAELI TALKS & BEITAVICHAI THETIMESOF ISRAEL In the Public Eye Join Sivan Rahav-Meir as she discusses journalism, Judaism, motherhood and living in the public eye, with Amanda Borschel-Dan. The program will take place in English. Admission: 40 NIS My Favorite Tractate The Steinsaltz Institute presents thinkers, public figures and artists who discuss and analyze a theme culled from a favorite Talmudic tractate. Chaim Levinson , Political Correspondent for Ha’aretz Admission: 20 NIS Sun. Jan 21 8:00 PM פ ַּת ְש ֶׁג ֶן ה ַכ ְּת ָב סדנת כתיבה לצעירים ולצעירות בהשראת מגילת אסתר

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