May 20, 2013 at 9:33 am by Timna Burston
Dovid Orlansky is an artist and musician, who submitted work to the Jewish Eyes on the Arts Salon for May 19. His work is varied and he has recently begun to experiment with different printmaking techniques. The pieces showcased here represent a contemplative, expressive turn in Dovid’s work. In the drawings, he creates tangled brambles […]
October 28, 2012 at 4:25 pm by Timna Burston
On October 11, Oholiav proudly opened our very first art exhibit, at the Columbia/Barnard Hillel Kraft Center, featuring the work of artist Ellen Alt and almost 30 other artists from around the world! The exhibit focuses on text and how artists use the written word for visual impact and inspiration. The show will be on display […]
September 11, 2012 at 10:24 pm by Jonah Rank
Art vs. Torah as outlets: exhibited by Sara Bareilles, Amanda Palmer, and the rabbis.
December 13, 2011 at 1:20 am by Jonah Rank
The Muppets, recently accused of promoting communism, is a film that, more accurately, teaches about responsibility and identity. The Muppets’ understanding of identity has a lot to teach us about the breadth of Jewish community–and all communities.
November 23, 2010 at 6:39 pm by Timna Burston
How many times have you repeated the Shema, bowing your head and covering your eyes? Dozens? Thousands? Maybe never? How many times have you found yourself, peeking through the slats of your fingers to make sure you are not alone, muttering, chanting, wailing those words, and calling on others to say with you, “The Lord […]