Foundation for Jewish Culture is Moving Offices

The FJC is moving out of its home for the past two decades and into Makom Hadash. As of October 1st, the address will be 125 Maiden Lane, Suite 8B, New York, NY 10038. The main phone number will remain the same, (212) 629-0500.

Jerusalem To Welcome American Academy in Jerusalem Fellows for Unique Cultural Exchange

2013 AAJ Fellows (clockwise, top left) Susan Korda, filmmaker, Diane Samuels, visual artist, Dean Moss, choreographer,  and Davidson Norris, architect.

2013 AAJ Fellows (clockwise, top left) Susan Korda, filmmaker, Diane Samuels, visual artist, Dean Moss, multidisciplinary artist, and Davidson Norris, architect.

The Foundation for Jewish Culture has announced the 2013 Class of Fellows of the American Academy in Jerusalem, which includes: Susan Korda, Filmmaker; Dean Moss, Multidisciplinary Artist; Davidson Norris, Architect; Diane Samuels, Visual Artist

Beginning October 7, the Fellows will share their talents, vision and expertise during a 10-week residential fellowship in the heart of Jerusalem for the benefit of all its residents.  During their stay in Jerusalem, Fellows will interact with local cultural and/or academic institutions where they will teach master classes, serve as mentors or otherwise participate in the life of the institutions and build relationships with their professional peers. The Fellows will have multiple opportunities to engage with Jerusalem’s diverse populations through projects emphasizing social engagement and will offer public presentations about their works-in-progress both in Jerusalem and in the United States upon their return. Learn more about the American Academy in Jerusalem and the 2013 Class of Fellows. 

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