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One-Year Program

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The One-Year Jewish Studies Program
2023-2024


Deadline: 31 Jan. 2023

Harry C. Sigman Course

One-Year Program

CURRENT VISITING SCHOLAR COURSE

Harry C. Sigman Course in Jewish Law with Dr. Rachel Furst

28 Nov. - 9 Dec. 2022

Event: BrARTnch

CULTURAL EVENT

BrARTnch: Lea Nikel & Menashe Kadishman in focus with Paula Elion

11 Dec. 2022 at 11:00 CET

short online courses

OPEN APPLICATION

ONLINE courses in English given in collaboration with Paideia Folkhögskola

Application deadline: 30th Nov. 2022

Kabbala

One-Year Program

UPCOMING VISITING SCHOLAR COURSE

Kabbalah and Its Place in Late Medieval and Early Modern Jewish Culture
with Dr. Assaf Tamari

12 - 22 Dec. 2022

Event: The Last Swiss Holocaust Survivors

Cultural Event

The Last Swiss Holocaust Survivors
Exhibition

Mondays:
- November 14, 21, 28/2022
- December 5, 12/2022
- January 9, 16, 23, 30/2023

from 18:00 - 20:00

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Dedicated to the revival of Jewish culture in Europe, Paideia – The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden, educates leaders for Europe, such as academicians and community activists, in Jewish textual sources which serve as the wellsprings of Jewish and modern civilization.

Programs

Events

BrARTnch: Lea Nikel & Menashe Kadishman in focus with Paula Elion

11th December 2022 at 11:00 CET

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Join us for a workshop BrARTnch that combines small brunch with art. Learn more about two prominent Israeli artists Lea Nikel and Menashe Kadishman and create your own piece of art inspired by work of presented artists. The workshop is led by artist Paula Elion. Refreshment and material is provided. The number of places is limited.

Read more About Lea Nikel: https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/nikel-lea

Read more about Menashe Kadishman: https://www.theartstory.org/artist/kadishman-menashe/

About the workshop leader:
Paula Elion is Argentinean-Israeli artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. Paula graduated from the Midrasha School of Art, Beit Berl, Israel. She explores the mediums of painting and drawing, while using old books, found objects, cloth, cardboard, wood, and more. Her work deals with a wide range of topics that connect personal and socio-political aspects. It is often inspired by images from social media and her own family albums, exploring universal conflicts and questions. Paula is part of the Detroit collective of artists in Stockholm and has exhibited her work in Sweden, Israel, Mexico, Serbia, Germany. Recipient of Israel Ministry of Culture 2019 prize for independent artists.

The event is in collaboration between Paideia folkhögskola, Paideia- the European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden and Jewish Community in Stockholm.

The event is held in English. Free entrance. Please register until 4 December.

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