Inter-Generational Art Experience

Join us on January 21st in partnership with the Cincinnati Skirball Museum for an afternoon filled with creativity, connection, and artful inspiration.

February 7-9: Open House – New York Campus

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, One West Fourth Street, New York, NY 10012

Join us on the HUC New York campus for a 2-day event. February 7th and 8th HUC will host an open house event. Activities will include recitals, sermons, and prayer. Full details will be shared in January. Attendees will be able to create their own schedule for this event.

The High Priest’s Garments of Splendor: An Exploration of Biblical Text and Textile

What did the high priest’s ritual dress look like? How did it function in Temple service? Why did the Romans want to keep it under lock and key? Join us as we explore the biblical text in concert with archaeological remains to understand how Israel’s high priestly garments functioned in ancient liturgy and in the formation of community identity.

The Haggadah: Old and New

The Harry G. Friedman Society and Heller Museum
cordially invite you to a special viewing 
and artists talk.

HUC-JIR Alumni Yom Iyyun

HUC-JIR NY Campus

Alumni from all of HUC-JIR’s programs and campuses are invited! Consider new ideas and texts, deepen your knowledge of Torah and Jewish wisdom, study with gifted teachers, explore HUC-JIR’s new curricula, and reconnect with old friends and make new ones.

Redacted, Reused, Recycled: Ancient Texts Across Time & Space

The students of the Pines School of Graduate Studies invite you to student-led conference presenting some of the research conducted over the course of their tenure at PSGS. This event will feature a number of student presentations, a catered luncheon, and keynote address by University of Cincinnati’s Dr. Matthew Kraus, “The rest is its interpretation, […]

Yehudit (Judith): A New Opera by Iris Karlin ‒ Reclaiming a Feminist Legacy

Temple Emanu-El (1 E 65th St, New York, NY 10065)

In her opera premiere, Iris Karlin, Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music ‘24 has redeveloped the story (as both composer and librettist) of Yehudit through a modern feminist lens into a musical midrash (creative interpretation), determined to bring forth and reclaim the Chanukah legend.