ATARA: The Association of Torah & the Arts 5th Annual
Weekend of the Arts for Women
Shabbat Feb 10-11: Woodmere, NY
Oneg for the Arts - Free & Open to the Community - Congregation Aish Kodesh
Performance by London's Marion Hermes, Theater & Zmirot with faculty & students of Tzohar Seminary for Chassidus & the Arts, Divrei Torah & More!
For meals, hospitality & full Shabbos programming, register above.
Motzei Shabbat, February 11 @ The Jewish Music Cafe, Park Slope, Brooklyn
401 9th Street Brooklyn, NY 11215 (F to 7th, R to 9th), 6:37 havdallah. 9pm Show
Music Performance and art sale. Observant female singersongwriters from across North America - hear the newest original acoustic music in the Jewish world today. Mingle with the top Jewish female artists and musicians, filmmakers, writers and art educators. FEATURING: Baltimore's Ayelet Hashachar, Rachel Jakob, Chicago's Ilana Shechter, Infinite Light, Sarah Dukes and many more! Art by Elke Reva Sudin, the Jewish Art Salon, and others.
Artist Bios: http://www.artsandtorah.org/artist-bios
Sunday, February 12: Arts Yom Iyun 244 West 54th St Shetler & Nola Studios
10am-3pm Master classes in Songwriting, Dance, Drumming, Vocal Technique, Puppet Making & more.
SCHEDULE & WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS: http://www.artsandtorah.org/schedule-workshop-descriptions
3:30pm RISING STARS! Stellar Performers ages 5-15
4:30pm Panel Discussion with Arts Educators in the religious community
6-7:30 Networking Dinner Meet Frum Female professional artists
8-10:45pm WINTER SHOWCASE 2012 - The Actors Temple Theater, 337 West 47th St
Top Performances of 2011-12 in voice, songwriting, dance and theater
7:30pm Doors open
FEATURING: Shaindel Antelis, Esther Freeman, Nishmat Hatzafon, Reina Potaznik, Glaser Drive, Esther Leah Marchette, Bulletproof Stockings, Rivka Nahari, Chana Laila, Miriam Leah Droz and More!
Artist Bios: www.artsandtorah.org/artist-bios
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ATARA promotes and facilitates performing and arts educational opportunities for Torah observant artists. Our programs strive to strengthen and serve a community of performing artists who are committed to Torah values. ATARA has been made possible by the contributions of Yeshiva University Stern College for Women, Tzohar Seminary for Chassidut and the Arts, Raise Your Spirits Theater of Gush Etzion, The Storch Agency, Kol Neshama, The Creative Learning Institute of Dance, Congregation Ramat Orah, ImproveHowYouMove.com, The Breslov Connection, Professional Women's Theater and the JEWTA Talent Agency, Tizmoret Shoshana Summer Institute, Ayelet HaShachar Women's Band, The Ezra Foundation, Aliza Dubin, and individual artists and supporters.