Facebook

Events

back
J-TALKS
  • Who:Adults
  • Where:JCC Warszawa, ul. Chmielna 9A
  • When:Sunday, April 22nd, 2018, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

J-TALKS

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the State of Israel, JCC Warszawa together with Hillel Warszawa invite you for J-TALKS: Israel on April 22nd, 2018 between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m.!

Different presenters will have 15 minutes each to show you many different aspects of Israel. There will be arts, there will be start ups, there will be party scene and more! 

Presentations will be in Polish and in English, organised in two blocks with a coffee break in the middle to let you reflect and mingle with other participants!
The event will be hosted by Julia Wollner.

Participation is free, we kindly ask you to RSVP at biuro@jccwarszawa.pl!

PPROGRAM:

1) (PL) Bartosz Sokoli┼äski „Hucpa i startupy”

Bartosz Sokoli┼äski - Doradca, Dyrektor Biura Rozwoju i Innowacji Agencji Rozwoju Przemys┼éu. Przez ponad 15 lat by┼é wspó┼éw┼éa┼Ťcicielem i prezesem w grupie firm marketingowych oraz firmy IT. Za┼éo┼╝y┼é pierwsz─ů platform─Ö crowdfundingow─ů dla trzeciego sektora – fundujesz.pl, think tank spo┼éeczno-polityczny – Forum Od-Nowa oraz ruch na rzecz lepszej nauki w Polsce – Obywateli Nauki. Zajmuje si─Ö zarz─ůdzaniem, kreowaniem wizji, nadzorowanie strategii, rozwojem innowacji oraz szkoleniami i warsztatami kreatywnymi. Prywatnie jest m─Ö┼╝em, ojcem trójki dzieci i fanem squasha, tenisa, siatkówki i koszykówki. Ma s┼éabo┼Ť─ç do dobrego jedzenia i bia┼éych win. Z regu┼éy czyta kilka ksi─ů┼╝ek na raz – dlatego czasami mu si─Ö myl─ů.

2) (PL) Adriana Hochma┼äska „Czy Jerozolima si─Ö bawi? O imprezowej stronie Izraela dla pocz─ůtkuj─ůcych.”

3) (EN) Yael Vishnitzki-Levi „Voices of Cultural Resistance: Discussing Personal and Collective Memories Through Contemporary Culture in Israel.”

Yael Vishnizki-Levi (b. 1988 in New York) is an artist, curator and filmmaker. She holds a BFA (cum laude) from Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, Israel. Yael exhibits her work internationally including at the Wroc┼éaw Contemporary Museum (PL) and Arad Contemporary Art Centre (IL). She participated in many international artist-in-residence programs including at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw (PL), the Wschodnia Gallery in ┼üódz (PL), the Nida Art Colony in Nida (LT), and the Arad Art&Architecture in Arad (IL). As a curator, she has collaborated with institutions including the Center of Culture in Lublin (PL) and Binyamin Gallery in Tel-Aviv (IL). Since 2015 she is based in Warsaw, Poland. She is the founder of Artours Warsaw, a platform that provides contemporary art tours in Warsaw in English.

4) (EN) Uri Wollner „Israeli slang. The origins of sababa.”

---
Przerwa kawowo-urodzinowa po┼é─ůczona z koncertem Mishaela Dickmana
Birthday-coffee break combined with a concert by Mishael Dickman

Mishael Dickman* - A musician and DJ, born in New York and moved to Israel with his family at age 10. He attended the Rubin Conservatory for 3 years where he studied classical music, as well as freestyle, composition and improv with many teachers, among them the famous composer Andre Haydu. After Mishael’s army service he studied Jazz at Hebrew U and the Rubin Academy. In 2003 Mishael started a Jewish Music band called Para Aduma composing music primarily from Jewish texts as well as original texts. He’s produced one full album with Para Aduma, and a few singles which he produced seperately. Mishael has also worked as a cantor for a community in Europe during the High Holidays for the last 4 years. He lives in Jerusalem and performs at weddings, bar-mitzvahs and corporate events.
---

5) (PL) Dima Gorelik „O izraelskim kompozytorze - Sashy Argovie.”

Dima Gorelik - Izraelski gitarzysta, wokalista i kompozytor ethno-­jazzowy, dwukrotny laureat nagrody The America-­Israel Cultural Foundation, uhonorowany tytu┼éem Outstanding Musician przez Ministerstwo Kultury Izraela. Zaanga┼╝owany by┼é w projekty takich artystów jak m.in.: Joey Calderazzo, Louis Sclavis, Trilok Gutru, Anna Maria Jopek, Vladiswar Nadishana, Viacheslav Ganelin, Clarence Penn,Brad Terry, David Kuckhermann, Zbigniew Namys┼éowski, Stanis┼éaw Soyka, Aukso, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Janusz Muniak, Joszko Broda, Maciej Obara, Maria Pomianowska, Wojciech Waglewski, Gra┼╝yna Augu┼Ťcik i Adam Ba┼édych.

6) (EN) Laura Ben-David* „Israel: What's to love? A photo presentation.”

Laura Ben-David is a marketing consultant, writer and award-winning photographer. Originally from New York, she made Aliyah from Florida in 2002. Before joining Shavei Israel as their director of marketing, Laura managed social media at Nefesh B'Nefesh. Laura is the author of the book, MOVING UP: An Aliyah Journal, a memoir of her move to Israel, as well as numerous published articles and photos; her subjects of choice include Israel, Aliyah & social media - and sometimes all three at once.

7) (PL) rabin Boaz Pash* „Izrael: codzienne cuda”

Rabbi Boaz Pash - urodzony w Jerozolimie, studiowa┼é w ró┼╝nych jesziwach, otrzyma┼é ordynacj─Ö rabinack─ů Naczelnego Rabinatu Izraela. S┼éu┼╝y┼é jako rabin w Kijowie, Lizbonie i Krakowie oraz jako nauczyciel w licznych szko┼éach ┼Ťrednich w Izraelu. Aktualnie rabin Boaz przewodzi kolellowi Jeszywy Machanaim przy Ohr Torah Stone, która przygotowuje rabinów do pracy w diasporze. Autor wielu ksi─ů┼╝ek i artyku┼éów. Mówi po hebrajskuangielskupolskuportugalskurosyjsku i w jidysz.

*Laura, Boaz and Mishael will be visiting Warsaw with the OTS Amiel BaKehila - part of the Ohr Torah Stone network, an initiative under the auspices of Israel’s Ministry of Diaspora Affairs aimed at empowering Jewish communities around the world through Jewish education, Israel engagement and Jewish arts & culture.

 
Our website uses cookies. By using this website you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with this Cookie Notice.
I accept Cookie Policy (Do not show this message again).