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Exploring Italian-Jewish Cuisine


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Raoul Wallenberg and His Legacy

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Days of
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Six Million and One
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A Celebration of Ruth Gruber


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FOOD PROGRAM
Sunday, September 9, 2:30 P.M.

Exploring Italian-Jewish Cuisine

Food historian Cara De Silva; chef and food writer Silvia Nacamulli; Walter Potenza, Potenza Ristorante; food writer Alessandra Rovati; moderated by cookbook author Jayne Cohen

From Roman artichokes to Venetian fried fish, Italian and Jewish cuisines have been nourishing each other for more than 2,000 years. This lively afternoon will feature recipes and stories from Italian-Jewish kitchens throughout the ages.

A reception will follow featuring kosher Italian wine provided by Sentieri Ebraici Wines and cheese provided by Brent Delman, The Cheese Guy.

$15, $12 members

This program is funded through the generous support of the Feingold Family in memory of longtime Gallery Educator Marilyn Feingold.

 

   

Tuesday, September 11, 10 A.M. -5:45 P.M
Day-Long Observance

In observance of September 11, the Museum invites you to come downtown to reflect and remember.

Admission is free for everyone with suggested donation.


   

COMMEMORATION
Wednesday, September 19, 7 P.M.
Raoul Wallenberg and His Legacy

Kati Marton, author of Wallenberg: The Incredible True Story of the Man Who Saved the Jews of Budapest, and Wallenberg historian Bengt Jangfeldt, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, in discussion with Museum Director Dr. David G. Marwell

On the 100th anniversary of Wallenberg’s birth, Jangfeldt and Marton discuss the life, legacy, and still-unanswered questions surrounding the Swedish diplomat who helped rescue tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.

Tickets are no longer available.

Presented in partnership with the Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme and the Permanent Missions of Hungary and Sweden to the United Nations.


   

FAMILY PROGRAM
Sunday, September 23, 2:30 P.M.
Days of Awe-some with Jacob Stein and the Bakery Band Puppets

Join Stein and his puppet friends to welcome the Jewish New Year with songs and stories. For ages 3 to 10. Following the performance, children can create holiday-inspired crafts.

$10, $7 children 10 and under
Museum members: $7, $5 children 10 and under

This program is made possible through a generous gift from the Margaret Neubart Foundation Trust.


   

SNEAK PREVIEW
Thursday, September 27, 7 P.M.
Six Million and One
(2011, 93 min., Hebrew and German with English subtitles)

Directed by David Fisher

Post-screening Q&A with the director

Filmmaker Fisher and his siblings retrace the footsteps of their late father—a Holocaust survivor who was interned at various Austrian camps. As the siblings reflect, joke and argue, both their father and their relationships with each other come more clearly into focus.

Free

*We are no longer accepting reservations. However, a limited amount of tickets may be released on the day of the screening to those who come to the box office in person.


   

CELEBRATION AND FILM SCREENING
Sunday, September 30, 1 P.M.
A Celebration of Ruth Gruber

Noon – Bagel Brunch
1 P.M. – Screening of Ahead of Time: The Extraordinary Journey of Ruth Gruber
(2009, 73 min.)

Post-screening discussion with Ms. Gruber

An official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival and winner of several awards, this inspiring documentary recounts the life and career of pioneering journalist, humanitarian, and feminist Ruth Gruber, who was born in Brooklyn on this day in 1911.

Free with suggested donation

RSVP is required by September 21 to attend the brunch. Call 646.437.4202.




The Museum’s public programs are made possible through a generous gift from Mrs. Lily Safra.


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