39. September 11 – December 4, 2009

Tel-Aviv: A Love Story at 100*

Flying Camels; Seashells; a Cinema; and the White City

DESCRIPTION: This exhibition showcased the founding of "The First Hebrew City" through historic and contemporary photographs and original art work, with special emphasis on The White City, Tel-Aviv's Bauhaus heritage.

Havana-gilah Mitzvahs and Mojitos: KI Travels to Cuba

In early January, 2009, Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Senior Rabbi at Keneseth Israel, (Elkins Park) led a congregational trip to visit Jewish communities in Cuba. The trip was organized with the assistance of Miami-based, Jewish Solidarity, the leading charitable organization providing support to Cuba’s Jews.  This exhibition documented that trip.

Program: Sunday November 15th, 3:00pm

Kick-off of the Legacy Heritage Innovation Israel Project**

Speaker: Professor Fred Lazin, University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel

"Israel's Changing Collective Identity." 

*NOTE: Tel-Aviv is a Philadelphia Sister City

This exhibition celebrating and exploring Tel Aviv at 100 does a remarkable job of unpacking the inner life and historical reality of Israel's greatest modem city. It enables us to see Tel Aviv with fresh eyes and, hopefully, suggests that it is time for us to go again (or for the first time) and experience modem Israel in the form of a living city: Tel Aviv! ~ Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D.

Two color photos by Stan Singer.