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Events

Tue
18:00 h
13 Sep
2016

Legends and Lessons of the Talmud: "Is the Torah in the Heavens? A Rabbinic Battle in the bet Midrash (Study Hall)" - lecture by Rabbi Avi Baumol

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The Talmud means the oral explanations of the Torah over the course of thousands of years of Jewish history. Specifically it refers to a written body of Legal and moral teachings between the 2nd and 5th centuries in Israel and Babylonia by rabbinic scholars.

Each class will explore a rabbinic...

Tue
18:00 h
06 Sep
2016

Legends and Lessons of the Talmud: "From Moses to Rabbi Akiva - The Transition from Written Law to Oral Interpretation" - lecture by Rabbi Avi Baumol

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The Talmud means the oral explanations of the Torah over the course of thousands of years of Jewish history. Specifically it refers to a written body of Legal and moral teachings between the 2nd and 5th centuries in Israel and Babylonia by rabbinic scholars.

Each class will explore a rabbinic...

Sun
18:00 h
14 Aug
2016

SoRyang: "Masterpieces of Classical Piano". Piano recital

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Sunday, 14 August at 6:00pm

Galicia Jewish Museum, Dajwor 18 Street

Free entry

SoRyang began playing the piano as a 5-year-old child. At the age of 16 years she left Seoul and graduated in piano studies in the class of Professor Detlef Kraus at the FOLKWANG-Musikhochschule in Essen with a...

Thu
19:00 h
28 Jul
2016

“John Paul II in Poland” photography exhibition by Chuck Fishman

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We will hold an exhibition of American photographer Chuck Fishman's photographs, both black & white and color, of Pope John Paul II's historic trips to Poland in 1979 and 1983. Included in these photos are images from his visits to Warsaw, Krakow, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Czestochowa, Katowice, Gniezno and Nowa Huta. His...

Mon
11:00 h
25 Jul
2016

The exhibition ‘’Jan Karski. The man of freedom”

Read more...’The man of freedom”, the patron of Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego will be in Cracow

 

The exhibition ‘’Jan Karski. The man of freedom” about the extraordinary and universal message of the Polish emissary which has already been in Vienne, Sofia, at the UN headquarter in New York, European Parliament...

Sat
18:00 h
25 Jun
2016

26th Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow - program and tickets available now!

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26th Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow - program and tickets available now!

Just few days left to the beginning of the world's greatest festival presenting contemporary and diversified Jewish culture from Israel and the entire Diaspora, including Poland.

Already now we would like to invite you to have a look at...

Sat
10:00 h
25 Jun
2016

PROGRAM OF EVENTS AT JCC KRAKOW AND THE GALICIA JEWISH MUSEUM DURING THE 26TH JEWISH CULTURE FESTIVAL

Read more...The Jewish Culture Festival is coming! For the second time JCC Krakow and the Galicia Jewish Museum prepared a joint program of events accompanying the 26th Jewish Culture Festival.

From Saturday, June 25th to Sunday, July 3rd the JCC will host 87 events - lectures, workshops, meetings, debates, discussions, concerts, theater...

Tue
18:00 h
21 Jun
2016

"Sing to God Two Songs" - lecture by Rabbi Avi Baumol

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"Judaism for All" is a recurring series devoted to studying biblical texts in English with Polish translation.

Led by Rabbi Avi Baumol.

In Polish. Free entry.

Tue
14:00 h
14 Jun
2016

We are proud to present the seventeenth issue of JCC Krakow's "Jesteśmy"

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Jesteśmy is a monthly magazine featuring various articles about written by and about our community.

The monthly magazine is available in Polish as a PDF. Please find it attached.

Attachments:
Read more...JESTESMY17-mail.pdf 1164 kB
Wed
18:00 h
08 Jun
2016

"Stranger Is in Us…" Lecture by Prof. Jan Hartman

In Poland today, a crisis of conscience is emerging. To the amazement of the rest of Europe, we do not pretend to be disgusted by egoism and xenophobia. The reality is that Poland refuses to accept refugees. Is this blatant xenophobia better or worse than hypocrisy? The attitude of Poles...