For the 300 people who crowded into Boston’s landmark Coolidge Corner theater last week, the modern world fell away as they experienced something unavailable to audiences for over 90 years: The Yellow Ticket, a live multimedia concert event featuring the 1918 silent film of the same name accompanied by a performance of an original score [...]Read more »
The FJC’s own Marcie Kaufman, Manager of Individual Giving and Special Events, appears in Jewish Cultural Aspirations (Purdue University Press), edited by 2011 JCAA recipient Ruth Weisberg. Her chapter covers “The Impact and Vitality of New Jewish Art.”
The FJC mourns the loss of Hadassah K. Musher, 101, former trustee and guiding light, the last surviving daughter of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan (founder of Reconstructionism).
Happening at FJC
Meet the 2013-2014 Doctoral Dissertation fellows in Jewish Studies: Mika Ahuvia, Daniel Viragh, and Lillian Wohl! Congratulations, all! read more »