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September 2020

**SOLD-OUT**Queering Yiddish Folktales: SCHMUTZ Chapbook Launch in the Park

Thu September 10, 2020 @ 18:30 - 20:30

Join us for the reading & launch of SCHMUTZ, a new chapbook of queered Yiddish folklore by Jess Goldman. In these days of pyjama-clad monotony, we'd like to invite you all to get fabulous and dress up as your favourite folkloric demon, or perhaps a demon of your own invention! But only if you want to, of course. Reading will begin at 6:30, in Parc Jeanne-Mance, with challah and other tasty Ashkenaz snacks for you to nosh on! SCHMUTZ was…

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October 2020

Games I Don’t Want to Play: Horah Alone

Tue October 27, 2020 @ 18:30 - 19:30

Michelle Soicher and Joseph Glaser invite you to join them for an evening of Jewish existential dread and fun to launch the start of their project Games I Don’t Want to Play: Horah Alone. Michelle and Joseph have combined their theatre and music backgrounds to create Games I Don’t Want to Play, a celebration of millennial Jewish identity in all its contradictions. Horah Alone is one of the games we don’t want to play. This work asks people to dance…

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November 2020

Songs of Salomon: Piano Concert with Alexandra Gorlin Crenshaw

Thu November 5, 2020 @ 18:30 - 19:30

Please join us for Songs of Salomon, a multimedia performance by pianist/soprano Alexandra Gorlin-Crenshaw, based on the work of the German-Jewish painter, Charlotte Salomon Charlotte Salomon was born in Berlin in 1917 and perished in Auschwitz in 1943. She became known only many years posthumously for her multidisciplinary work Leben? Oder Theater?--a narrative series of paintings, text, and music that she created between 1941-42 while she lived in hiding in the south of France. The work miraculously survived the war…

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January 2021

Transcestors: Gender in the Jewish Tradition

Tue January 26 @ 19:00 - 20:30
Musée du Montréal juif | Museum of Jewish Montreal, 4281 St. Laurent blvd.
Montréal, Québec H2W 1Z$ Canada
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Even though we’ve been told that they don’t, trans and genderqueer people have always existed in Judaism – in the origin stories of its sacred texts, in the extensive Rabbinic tradition of text commentary, in its poetry, and in its people. Come learn about the bigenderedness of the first human in the Torah, created in the image of a multigendered God; the six genders discussed in the Talmud; some 18th century Ladino poetry about our trans biblical ancestors; and prayer…

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February 2021

Remaking Edgware: Presentation and Video Screening

Wed February 17 @ 19:00 - 20:15

February 17 from 7:00pm – 8:15pm EST Free Zoom Event - *Registration Required -- Click Here* Centered around a family’s pre-war life in Leipzig and the experience of their flight path to the Caribbean, Remaking Edgware is a video artwork that aims to rediscover and reimagine a history made quiet by time, diaspora and trauma. Remaking Edgware is grounded in the exploration of cultural and historical documents from personal and public archives. Through revisiting family stories, retrieving details from the…

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March 2021

Finding Treasure, Getting the Dirt: Comic Launch and DIY Research Workshop

Tue March 23 @ 19:00 - 20:30
Musée du Montréal juif | Museum of Jewish Montreal, 4281 St. Laurent blvd.
Montréal, Québec H2W 1Z$ Canada

On a cold March evening in Montreal, Cesario Lavery was walking home from a shift in an unfamiliar part of town when he stumbled across an old, discarded first-edition book of early literary criticism on the great Franz Kafka. When he cracked it open, he was amazed to discover that this was not only an extraordinary book, but a portal to the life of an extraordinary man - the book's previous owner, one Dr Chaim Fischel Shatan. דער עדות (Der…

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April 2021

Blut und Blintzes: A Yiddish Vampire Radio Play

Tue April 20 @ 19:30 - 20:30

Do you like Yiddish? How about vampires? Have you re-watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer upwards of four times but wondered what it would be like if it took place in Montreal and the vampires were quirky Jewish girls who had a mediocre knowledge of Halachic law? Since you definitely answered yes to all of these questions, come on down to the table read of Blut und Blintzes (Blood and Blintzes), a new in-development Yiddish radio play, for a casual night…

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Musictopia Cornucopia: An Album Launch and Concert with Dvir Cahana

Thu April 29 @ 19:00 - 20:00

After releasing a song each week for the past year, it is about time that Dvir Cahana releases his album to the public. Dvir bases each song on a weekly reflection of what is going on in the world around us, and pulls from the weekly Torah portion as a jumping-off point for these opinion pieces. This won’t be your run-of-the-mill concert experience! We want to make this as much of a two-way conversation as possible, so each song will be…

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May 2021

Triple F Kitchen: A Cooking Workshop with J-Rob and Hoai Nam

Wed May 19 @ 19:00 - 20:30
Musée du Montréal juif | Museum of Jewish Montreal, 4281 St. Laurent blvd.
Montréal, Québec H2W 1Z$ Canada
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French to follow//français à suivre The Triple F Kitchen is a collaborative online cooking workshop presented by good friends and collaborators, J-Rob and Hoai-Nam Bui through the Museum of Jewish Montreal. The Triple F Kitchen stands for Friendship, Fusion, Food. Hoai-Nam and J-Rob were two roommates in Montreal from different backgrounds, J-Rob being Black and Jewish, Hoai-Nam being Vietnamese-American. They both have a differing relationship with their identity, this also resonates with the way they connect with food. For her,…

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