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Past Events:

Thanks to everyone in Chicago and Washington DC for making the January events awesome.

February 9th – Philadelphia, PA

8th Day Art House

presented by Jewish Art Now, the South Philadelphia Hebrew Association, The Collaborative, & Jspace.com

Location: 814 S 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA
Suggested donation $10-$20
Tickets available at Jspace.com/Jewishartnowphilly

Presenters: Saul and Elke Reva Sudin
Interactive session lead by Joshua Gutoff

Fine Art//Fine Food//Music//Mingling
+ The Jewish Art Now Pop-up Shop

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/412202735524964/?ref=14

February 19th – Pittsburgh, PA

Punk Jews screening

Brought to you by JFilm: The Pittsburgh Jewish Film Forum

Details to come.

March 7th – Brooklyn, NY

Jewish Art Now Group Exhibition & Art Party at Brooklyn College Hillel

Location: Brooklyn College Hillel 2901 Campus Road, Brooklyn, NY

Exhibition//Interactive art//Video Art//Photo booth//Food & DJ all night!

The group exhibition will be on display through May, 2013.

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/459399210775174/?ref=14

March 16th – Brooklyn, NY


presented by Jewish Art Now, Brooklyn J-Grads, & JSpace.

8pm – 12am

Location: Hadas Gallery 541 Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205

How do you want to be remembered? What influences will you leave in the world? How are you living today as the protagonist of future history?
Jewish Art Now in conjunction with Brooklyn J-Grads presents an evening of socializing, drinks, and INTERACTIVE ART at the Hadas Gallery in Brooklyn themed with the exhibition “We Are Patriarchs” a new painting series by artist Elke Reva Sudin. The interactive element of the event and discussion will be based on the exhibition with the idea that we are the patriarchs of the future.

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/119039884932486/?ref=14

April 21st – Tenafly, NJ

Punk Jews screening with filmmakers and subjects in attendance.

Brought to you by Kaplen JCC on the Palisades

Details to come.

April 25th – Rockland County, NY

Punk Jews screening with filmmakers and subjects in attendance.

Rockland County Jewish Film Festival

7:30pm – 9:30pm
AMC Theaters at the Palisades Center
West Nyack, NY


June 5th

Names, Not Numbers at Yeshiva of Central Queens Film Premiere

Details TBA

June 11th – New York City, NY

FREE Punk Jews Screening

Temple Israel of the City of New York

112 East 75th Street, New York, New York 10021

Click here for Facebook event and more details.

June 20th – Philadelphia, PA

Punk Jews Screening at 2013 Hidden City Festival

Congregation Shivtei Yeshuron Ezras Israel

2015 S 4th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147

8:00 PM Punk Jews

Tickets are $10 and available through the Hidden City Festival website here: http://hiddencityphila.ticketleap.com/punkjews/

Facebook event page with further details

June 30th through July 3rd – Falls Village, CT

Elat Chayyim ArtFest

Isabella Friedman Retreat Center
116 Johnson Road Falls Village, CT

Join Jewish Art Now founders Saul & Elke Sudin for three days immersed in the vibrant infusion of creativity and artistic engagement in a diverse, eco-conscious Jewish community.

Select Sessions:
Creator and Creation presented by Saul Sudin of Jewish Art Now
How do we draw upon our own creator for the way we create? What is the meaning of man as created in G-d’s image? This session goes in depth on the creative process as laid out in the book of Genesis and elaborates on ways we all can connect to it.

Life Drawing Meditation led by Elke Reva Sudin of Jewish Art Now
Join artist Elke Reva Sudin in a meditative life drawing session to calm the mind and see subjects as they actually are, not how we perceive them. Materials are provided.

For more information visit: http://isabellafreedman.org/artfest

August 24th – Denver, Colorado

Punk Jews Screening presented by E-3 Events with special guests Moshiach Oi!

The Elaine Wolf Theatre (and parking lot)
350 S Dahlia St

Doors: 8:30PM
Screening: 9:00PM
Street Party + Band: 10PM

Facebook event page and buy your tickets here.

October 29th – New York City

@ DROM 85 Ave A, New York, New York 10009

After a year in the theaters, the long anticipated Punk Jews DVD will finally be released, which includes 30 minutes of bonus features. Join us in celebration as we bring the film back to the big screen in NYC. Featured “Punk Jews” artists, Moshiach Oi and Breslov Bar Band will be rocking the night away following the film.

Film Synopsis:
Punk Jews follows a community of artists, activists, and musicians in NYC who are expressing their Jewish identity in unconventional ways that challenge stereotypes, breakdown barriers, and defy the norm. Featuring Hassidic punk rockers, Moshiach Oi; Radical performance group, the Sukkos Mob; the renegade Orthodox participants of Cholent; the Amazing Amy Yoga Yenta; Kal Holczler, founder of Voices of Dignity; and African American Jewish hip hop sensation Y-Love.

Buy Tickets: http://www.dromnyc.com/events/2671/punk-jews-dvd-release-screening#.UgpcpBjsO8H

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/626265177397454/

Main Website: http://www.punkjews.com/

November 25th – New York City, NY

YCROP and Jewish Art Salon present:
Punk Jews film screening with producers Saul Sudin and Evan Kleinman.

Film, Food & Vodka!
6-6:30 Light buffet dinner & vodka
6:30-7:30 Film screening
7:30-8:30 Meet the producers

Central Booking Gallery, 21 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002.

Cost $8 In advance. Pay on Paypal’s Payment Page to jewishartsalon@gmail.com
$10 At the door.


February 8th, 2014 – Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Red Carpet Premiere of Punk Jews
presented by Moishe House L.A.

Join us for the Los Angeles Premier of the new documentary Punk Jews. Evan Kleinman Punk Jews producer and Saul Sudin co-producer will be joining us to have a post show talkback.

Time: 8pm
Location: Temple Beth Am, 1039 S La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90035

March 8th – New Orleans, LA

Punk Jews NOLA Premiere
Film Screening: 11:00pm, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.
Location: Press Street’s Antenna Gallery – 3718 St. Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117
Additional information at Press Street.

March 9th – New Orleans, LA

Punk Jews at LimmudFest New Orleans
Film Screenings at 1:30pm and 2:45pm. For LimmudFest participants only.
For more information and registration for LimmudFest, follow this link.

April 8th – Brooklyn, NY

‘Noah’ Film + Discussion w/ Saul Sudin

Brought to you by MoHo Park Slope + Jewish Art Now
6:40pm at Regal Cinemas
106 Court St. Brooklyn, NY

June 22nd – Washington, D.C.

Punk Jews screening at the historic Sixth & I Synagogue with filmmakers in person.
$10 in advance
$12 day of show
More details and purchase tickets at: http://www.sixthandi.org/event/punk-jews/

June 30th-July 3rd – Falls Village, CT

Jewish Art Now presents ArtFest at Isabella Friedman Retreat Center
ArtFest is a hands on Jewish art festival bringing together multidisciplinary artists including performers, musicians, writers, visual artists and more! All skill levels are encouraged to participate under the guidance of some of the most exciting and presenters in Jewish art today.

Saul will be presenting several sessions and is one of the organizers of this exciting event.
Get a $50 discount with the code JEWISHARTNOW

For more information and the full list of amazing presenters, visit this site.

Register Here!

February 13 – 16th, 2015 – Stamford, CT

Limmud NY

Saul will be leading sessions throughout the weekend at the Limmud NY conference, on topics ranging from “I’m Not Spielberg: A Contemporary Jewish Filmmaker’s Life” to “Jewish Film in 2009: A Serious Man Versus Inglourious Basterds” to Jewish Art Now’s interactive Studio Aggadah game. There will also be a Punk Jews screening with filmmaker Q&A to follow.

March 23rd – 26th, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA

The Conney Project on Jewish Arts Conference

Co-presented by The Mosse-Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies at The University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Southern California Initiative for Israeli Arts and Humanities. This year’s conference, marking the 10th anniversary of The Conney Project on Jewish Arts, will be held on the campus of USC in Los Angeles.
Saul & Elke Reva Sudin will be presenting on the topic “Jewish Art Now: Unifying Efforts for a Global Community”

The conference is free to attend and open to the public. More information and the full schedule can be found at this link.

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