Arts & Culture

Play It Again, Sam, at the Boulder JCC

Films will be shown outside, in-person, and under the stars, on the big screen with crisp 4K picture and dynamic sound. Bring your blankets, camping chairs, food, and drink (please no alcohol or glass containers), and enjoy a relaxing evening of cinema entertainment. Make the night a double feature by adding …

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Boulder Fine Art Street Festival at 29th Street Brings Nation’s Top Artists July 31 – August 1

The third stop on Howard Alan Events' Colorado Summer of Art welcomes 100 different artists to the eclectic, vibrant arts’ district of downtown Boulder. The Boulder Fine Art Street Festival at 29th Street features world-class works of art spanning all mediums.

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Monday: “Better Widowed than Married”: Conversa Women in Early Modern Europe – Peak to Peak Webinar

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The mass forced conversion of Spanish and Portuguese Jews before 1492 reshaped Jewish family life in the early modern period. In this webinar on May 24, , Professor Rebecca Wartell will explore this transformation, mining discussions of marriage and marital status in legal and popular Jewish literature to recover the neglected experiences and voices of Jewish and conversa women.

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Boulder JCC LitFest is A-MAY-zing

The Boulder JCC has been in partnership with the Marcus JCC of Atlanta for almost a year to present our community with authors in conversation from their living rooms to yours. May brings seven new opportunities to meet interesting authors.

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The Show Must Go On – CU Boulder Hebrew Program Marks its Annual Concert with a Virtual Choir

Photo of singing for Schmooze-A-Palooza

This year, due to Covid-19, the event went virtual, and our three Hebrew classes, along with faculty and alumni, collaborated in creating a virtual choir performing the iconic Arik Einstein song "Ohev Lihiyot Babayit" (translated as “I Love to Be at Home”). See the video!

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The Magic of Shtisel

On May 13, join Morah (teacher) Yehudis Fishman, Rabbi Marc Soloway, and Daphne Lazar Price, the Executive Director of JOFA (Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance), for a lively discussion on this global Israeli hit drama.

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