“Culture is the most attractive doorway into Jewish identity: Jewish culture speaks to the heart and soul. . .directly. . .powerfully. . .loudly.”
- C. Newberger, National Foundation for Jewish Culture
The JCC Cultural Arts Programs are Proudly Underwritten by the:
The JCC’s annual Jewish Bookfair is one of Central Ohio’s largest and most popular literary events held each fall, and features author appearances and book signings, events and activities. For more information about the JCC Jewish Bookfair, contact JCC Bookfair Coordinator Cheryl Dritz at (614) 559-6238 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purchase books YEAR ‘ROUND to benefit the JCC Jewish Bookfair through our partnership with AMAZON. Start your online shopping here and follow the links to purchase books, household items, movies, toys, and more through Amazon.com. By initiating your purchase here at the JCC Jewish Bookfair webpage, all of your AMAZON purchases will benefit future Bookfair programs. THANK YOU for your order!
Gallery Players, started in 1948, is the oldest semi-professional theater group in Central Ohio and strives to present a season lineup highlighting the Jewish experience and work by Jewish playwrights, and that are of interest to the Jewish and general communities. For more information, contact Gallery Players Managing and Artistic Director Jared Saltman at (614) 559-6248 or email@example.com, or visit the Gallery Players website at www.jccgalleryplayers.org.
The Columbus Jewish Film Festival, held each fall, brings Central Ohio audiences a sampling of the best in contemporary independent and international Jewish films. The Festival promotes a Jewish legacy that values art and embraces universal themes, moral questions and ethical concerns. By pushing the boundaries of what is considered Jewish and taking the Festival outside of the walls of Jewish institutions, the Festival opens a window that invites sharing in the richness of the Jewish heritage and experience. For more information, click here.
Emily Schuss serves as the Columbus Jewish Film Festival Director. For more information, she may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 559-6205.
Brightly colored paintings, hand-crafted quilts, stunning sculptures and intriguing photographs are examples of the beautiful pieces on display throughout the year in the JCC’s Goldberg Gallery, located in the building’s lobby. Exhibits are free and open to the community. For more information on exhibits please contact Melanie Butter, JCC Program Director at 614-559-6233 or at email@example.com For Goldberg Gallery hours, visit the JCC’s Hours and Directions page.