Igal Fedida, Jewish Artist, Visual Artist, Mixed Media Artist

Meet The Artist: Igal Fedida

From an early age, self- taught, Israeli-born Igal Fedida demonstrated an intuitive penchant for the arts. Painting has always been a special process for Fedida that allowed him to draw upon his Jewish Morrocan background and intertwine art with that of the complex, universal human pursuit of spiritual truth. Fedida’s unconventional artistic style has emerged […]

Meet The Educators: Amanda Herring and Mo Golden of The Jewish Planner

Amanda Herring and Mo Golden are both experiential Jewish educators from the D.C. area. They met in graduate school, where they discovered their mutual interests and complementary skills. Amanda is based in D.C. and works as an event curator and experiential educator connecting Jewish text and tradition, food and farming justice, and environmental advocacy in […]

Top 10 Jewish Museums in Europe

As a Jewish Art & Culture Magazine founded and headquartered in Europe, we are regularly being asked by our readers, which European Jewish Museums are worth a visit. The short answer: All of them have something special and unique to offer. You will be delighted to hear that we are planning on sharing more museum […]

Meet The Kosher Chef: Elli Kriel of Elli’s Kosher Kitchen (Jewish Dubai)

Elli is a South African woman living in Dubai with her family. After having received repeated requests for kosher food over the past 6 years while living in Dubai, Elli started Elli’s Kosher Kitchen to provide fresh, wholesome, homemade kosher meals to travellers. Elli’s Kosher Kitchen is Dubai’s first and only homegrown kosher food establishment […]

Museum Review: Memorial da Imigração Judaica e do Holocausto – São Paulo,Brazil

Eduardo Schvartz* Simone Schvartz** Introduction The presence of Jews in Brazil dates back to the 15th-century during the persecution and discrimination by the Inquisition, many of them so-called “New Christians” who converted to Christianity but continued to practice their Jewish faith secretly. In the mid-17th century, when the Netherlands invaded and occupied the northeast of […]

Meet The Guide: Arieh David Scharnberg

Born in Israel to American parents, raised in the remote woods of Northern California by an outdoor loving rabbi/professor father and music educator mother, Arieh David Scharnberg was brought into this world with diversity and variety as a default. Since graduating Prescott College in 2003, with a degree in Environmental Studies, where he completed a […]

Meet The Cookbook Author: Lilian Cordell

Lilian is the author of Miriam’s Table which has now been awarded Best Jewish Cuisine Book in the UK 2018 by Gourmand World cookbook awards. The book has been shortlisted for Best in The World in the Jewish Category where the award ceremony will be held in Macau in June 2019. Never in Lilian’s dreams […]

Meet The Rabbi: Rabbi Andrea Frank of The Jewish Wedding Rabbi (USA)

Rabbi Andrea has built her brand as The Jewish Wedding Rabbi for all couples who are both Jewish, and for couples where one person or spouse-to-be is not Jewish. She conducts Jewish Wedding and Civil Ceremonies, including Elopements.Jewish, Interfaith, and Marriage Equality Couples, all are dedicated to their Jewish identity whether by birth or choice. […]

Meet The Gallerist: Menachem Safrai

Since 1935, the Safrai Art Gallery introduces carefully curated artwork to Israeli Art enthusiast around the world. The family business was born four generations ago, when Rabbi Mendel Harrison immigrated to Palestine from Lithuania in 1888. Upon arrival, he set up a mirror factory in the Old City of Jerusalem. Together with his family, he […]

Meet The Cookbook Author: Stella Hanan Cohen

Stella Hanan Cohen is an award winning cookbook author and artist. She is passionate about recreating the ancient Judeo-Spanish home style cooking from the Mediterranean island of Rhodes – a cuisine that reflects the unique culinary wealth from medieval Spain and that of the Ottoman Empire. Fuelled by her lifelong fascination of both her distinctive […]