Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What are the criteria to be interviewed by Judaica in the Spotlight?

In order to be interviewed by us you either have to be a Judaica Artist, create Judaica related art, or have to do something that is connected to Jewish art and/or culture.

Do I have to pay you a fee to be interviewed?

No, you do not have to pay us. We simply want to help people introducing themselves and their work to the wider community.

Do you accept guest articles?

Yes, we do. Please keep in mind that your articles have to have something to do with Jewish art or culture. You may write anything you want from an independent product to a museum review.

Is Judaica in the Spotlight compensating me for my work?

We understand that that writing an article takes time and we do appreciate your effort.

Unfortunately, we currently are not in a position in which we can compensate our guest writers. However, we are more than happy to link to your website and your social networks in your biography.

Please note that we do not accept previously published material. This includes different language versions of your work.

Can you write a review of my Art?

Yes, we would be more than happy to.

You would however be responsible for the shipping costs (and any other related fees) to us and back to you. In order to save you the shipping to Europe, you may want to consider asking someone you know or one of your customers to write an independent review of your work, which they can then submit to us.

Will you advertise my work on Social Media?

Yes. We advertise all of the interviews, articles, and reviews on our website via our social networks.

Do you accept independent reviews of my Art?

Yes, we do.

I work for a Jewish Museum, can you write about us?

Absolutely! We would be more than happy to have a chat with you about your museum and write about you. At the same time, you are more than welcome to submit an article to us about your workplace.

I have a Judaica shop, can you write about me?

We would be more than happy to interview you.

I have a Jewish subscription box business, can you write about me?

We would be more than happy to interview you.