Typical picture from the workshop
We work hard in the workshop, modern ICT means help us :)
Lecture about Jewish culture and art
We like this activity, it have brought us a lot of new knowledge :)
Polish students in the museum of Jewish art
Plish students and their teachers visited the museum of Jewish art :)
Polish students present Jewish wedding
How Jewish wedding looks like
Polish students present Jewish humour
Hard work during workshps
You can see how our workshop looks like. In the photo we are presenting the issues of Art and Culture :)
Polish students present the results of their project work
This photo shows Polish students presenting the results of the work on the project Jewish Art and Culture :)
eTwinning competiton 2011
We have applied for the eTwinning competition 2011. And we are continuing in our studyin about the issues of Jewish art and culture. We like it :)
Young people always dream. We also dream a sweet dream about our synagogue in Levice which is in the process of rebuilding now. We dream to have a nice synagogue which would be used for cultural reasons like exhibitions, concerts,... We trying to document all works on the synagogue to collect the photos from the process of rebuilding the synagogue. It looks like this now:
eTwinning project "Jewish Art and Culture" has a lot of supporters at school
Slovak students presented the project at Open day at Business Academy in Levice in November 2010. All visitors of Open day liked it, they also liked our PPT presentations. We did a good job! :)
Jewish humour is really special and unique. We had a lot of fun at our workshops with Jewish jokes. Here are some of them:
¨ Jew pilot
¨ Q: Is one permitted to ride in...
We were surprised what everything offers the Jewish theatre. Look what we have found out:
Our workshop about the Jewish theatre gave us a lot of new information about the greatest Jewish theatres in Tel Aviv, Moscow and New York. Unfortunately, there is no Professional theatre in Slovakia nowadays.
Habima National Theatre located in Tel Aviv, is...
Museum of Jewish culture in Bratislava, Slovakia
We went to see the Museum of Jewish culture in Bratislava. We liked it very much. here is basic information about this museum.
The Museum of Jewish Culture began to be formed at the premises of the Historical Museum of the SNM as a Department of Jewish Culture and in 1994 it became an independent specialised museum of the SNM with a nationwide scope. Its activities are focused on the development of spiritual and material Jewish culture and documenting the...
We discussed what holidays are ´the most important in Jewish life. Our teacher told us about some of them because she lived in the Jewish community in American city Boston. Here are some of them.
A Jewish holiday or festival is a day or series of days observed by Jews as a holy or secular commemoration of an important event in Jewish history. In Hebrew, Jewish holidays and festivals, depending on their nature, may be called yom tov (good day) or chag (festival) or ta'anit (fast)....
We had workshops where we discussed a lot about the film in Jewish culture. We watched some of them.There are a lot of good films about Jews, their life: These are some of them:
Schindler´s list -...
Jews in Slovakia
JEWS IN SLOVAKIA AND OUR REGION
Slovakia was declared to be an antonomous state on 6th October 1938 and there was a totalitarian political system of the government of the only political party and the authoritative regime. There were problems with the position of Jews, the society was against their position in the economic life and also against their high representation in free professions....
Jewsh music in Slovakia
Slovak students had a workshop where they were listening to the Jewish music and discussing the themes of Jewish music.We have learnt that -
Jewish music is very melodic and pleasant to listen. In Slovakia there are some singers who sing this kind of music, one of the greatest singers is Ervín Schonhauser.
The leading representative of ethno / world music genre and at...
About the project "Jewish culture and art"
Jewish culture and art embraces several related phenomena; above all, it is the culture and art of communities of Jewish people, but it can also include the cultural contributions of individuals who are identified as Jews. The project has an ambition to discuss issues of Jewish culture and art, to deal with the treasures of Jewish architecture, sculpture, fine art, film, music, literature, humour, theatre, dance, clothing, cuisine, Jewish holidays and traditions and also the communities of Jews in Slovakia, Poland and Lithuania. The subjects