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Musical Readings for Children A Literary Musical Encounter A musical show with author Ronit Haham reading her new book An Old Pair of Shoes. Educator: Sarit Zusman and Pianist Moriel Hoffman Illustration: Shahaf Menapov Tuesday | Jan. 29 | 5 pm Tuesday | Feb. 12 | 5 pm For ages 4-8 Admission: 30 NIS per child, 10 NIS for accompanying adult Tue. Jan 29 5:00 PM Illustration: Shahaf Menapov מפגש ספרותי - מוזיקלי Wed. Feb. 27 8:00 PM Study Group -Lecture Series for the General Public Haredim As Leading Feminists Israel’s Haredi population largely depends on government stipends and on income earned by Haredi women to support their families. How do Haredi women perceive themselves? Are they in pursuit of careers or work primarily to support their Torah scholar husbands? Lecturer: Sapir College Lecturer Dr. Rivka Neria Ben Shahar Admission: 20 NIS Kicking off the Month Jewish Communities of theWorld Adar Aleph: Japan Prof. Ben-Ami Shillony on the connection between Judaism and Japan, and Justice Nili Maimon on Japanese Righteous Gentile Chiune Sugihara and the rescue of Lithuanian Jewry Moderator: Prof. Avigdor Shinan , musical accompaniment Michal Naveh and Assaf Armoza Free admission Tue. Feb. 5 8:00 PM Photo: Chiune Sugihara, Righteous Among the Nations, courtesy of Wikipedia Photo: Pithiya Ben Shaha Photo: PR Night Guard Joel Kantor – Photographs from Kibbutz Kfar Menahem Curator: Amichai Chasson The world of the Kibbutz comes alive in the frozen moments and scenes captured by Joel Kantor and his celebrated photography Free Admission. Groups must reserve in advance exhibition Photo: Joel Kantor Lunar Legends: Chelm and the Moon Wed. Nov 21 5:00 PM Photo: PR An Original Performance In Honor of Shabbat An event filled with music, piyutim, reflections from home and Israeli creations. Brothers Guy and Roi Zoaretz with Boris Haimov and Ziv Harpaz Admission: 60 NIS, students 30 NIS Music. Family. Shabbat Photo: Ronen Akerman Thu. Feb. 7 9:00 PM Photo: Ron Kedmi, Iliya Melnikov Wed. Jan. 30 9:00 PM Broken Prayer The Prayer and Creativity of Leonard Cohen Leonard Cohen ’s art and prayers come alive in a unique performance that reveals the stories, roots, and yearnings of the unforgettable artist. Hosted by Avraham Cohen and Yankaleh Segal , with musicians Roni Iwryn , Shlomo Oz , Yonatan Niv and Bat-Chen Edri special guest : Kobi Meidan Admission: 60 NIS, students 30 NIS Wed. Feb. 13 5:00 PM Shabbat on the Rooftop A Musical Performance for the Entire Family Wednesday | Feb. 13 | 5 pm Thursday | Feb. 21 | 5 pm Script and Direction: Hanoch Re’im | Musical Director: Ya’ir Seriy Admission: 30 NIS for the first child, 20 NIS for the second and 10 NIS for each additional child. 10 NIS for accompanying adult Photo: Eyal Yitzhar The Fifth Matriarch Original monologues and poetry set to music portray the Biblical story of Sarah and Hagar An original production that examines questions of femininity, identity, freedom and the difficulty of choice Original text and Direction: Yonatan Blumenfeld Musical Production and Composition: Uriel Herman Admission: 50 NIS, students 30 NI S Thinking Ahead Start the week with an enriching intellectual journey into the diverse world of Jewish culture With Dr. Roi Horn , Emuna Alon and Prof. Avinoam Rosenak Sundays | 10 am – 1 pm Admission: One semester: 500 NIS | Two semesters: 900 NIS Tue. Feb 19 9:00 PM Sun. Jan. 6 - Feb 24 10:00 PM The Tank Literary salon – Stories Behind Stories Five people, each convinced he stopped the Syrian tank at Degania that determined the War of Independence. The Tank’s author Dr. Assaf Inbari in discussion with Bilha Ben Eliyahu Admission: 40 NIS Students: admission free on presenting a student card Sun. Feb. 24 8:00 PM Photo: Yogev Amrani, Daniel Zrihan A Book. An Author. A Story Feb. 0 8 Study Group - Lecture Series for the General Public Reading Between the Lines Highlighting the ability of Jewish texts to uncover a Bibliotherapeutic discourse and approach Lecturer: Educator and Lecturer Dr. Michal Simchon Admission: 20 NIS Lunar Legends: Two Hats A play for the month of Adar A man was mistaken and the wrong hat taken Monday | Feb. 25 | 5 pm Wednesday | Feb. 27 | 5 pm Monday | Mar. 4 | 5 pm Thursday | Mar. 7 | 5 pm For ages 4-8 Admission: 30 NIS per child accompanying adult: 10 NIS Mon. Feb. 25 5:00 PM Photo: Maoz Vaystooch סדרתהצגותלילדים בהתאמהלחודשי השנה design: design: Yossi Ohayon Wed Feb. 27 9:00 PM My Story - The Great Albums Songs, Singers and Their Stories Micha Shitrit Nails and Feathers (’98) Guitars: Ron Bunker Moderated by television and radio host Yoav Kutner Production and Artistic Direction: Monocrave Admission: 60 NIS, students 30 NIS Ongoing Study Programs at Beit Avi Chai For Youth Original Theater A weekly theater and educational workshop for Jerusalem high school students Spoken Youth Weekly study and poetry workshop for teenagers Unfiltered Photography workshop for youth that combines text study with the world of photography Gap-Year Volunteers Study program for Jerusalem youth during their year of volunteer service Screaming Culture Beit Midrash for Jerusalem youth combining textual study and cultural programs Teachers Training Program with the Administration for Youth relating to issues of Jewish identity For Young Adults Face to Face Textual study of classical texts alongside contemporary thought and philosophy Writing Workshop Workshop for learning texts and writing poetry Sub-Text: In Search of Meaning A year-long study program for youth and young professionals on issues of Jewish/Israeli identity Beit Midrash with the Nissan Nativ Drama School Weekly study sessions for second year students of Nissan Nativ and production of David Grossman’s See Under: Love General Public First Thoughts: Morning Study Classical and contemporary texts Evening Lecture Series Study of Jewish texts with Jewish authors and educators New Season Wed. Jan. 30 8:00 PM Study Group -Lecture Series for the General Public Integrating Jewish Law in the Sphere of Public Health First session: Jewish Law and the Ministry of Health decisions relating to subsidized medicine. Second session: Impact of Jewish law on government regulations regarding terminally ill patients. Lecturer: author and educator Jewish law expert, educator and social activist Malka Pyuterkovsky Admission: 40 NIS (for two sessions)