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Hillel at Hunter College has always had a strong connection to the arts. Many of our students are currently studying the arts, with focuses on a range of discplines, from film to ceramics.
Hunter College Hillel offers exciting and interesting programming around arts and culture. We work closely with Avoda Arts: Arts on the Move, to create exciting new programming for all students, not just those with a special talent for the arts.
One of our main programs last year was Taboo Jew, a photo exhibition that took a hard look at the various ways of being Jewish. Photographs of the exhibit can be found on this website. We also hosted an Israeli Film Festival, showing both classic and contemporary Israeli films. We even had a Shabbat Dinner at the Dorms with Lois Stravsky, who followed street art in Israel from all sides of politics.
Ideas and visions are always welcome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Avoda Arts: Arts on the move
The mission of the ARTS ON THE MOVE initiative is to engage a diverse Jewish college student audience with vibrant, high caliber cultural programs across a variety of New York campus venues, while providing a select group of Jewish artists with a unique touring opportunity that fosters their professional artistic pursuits.xx
Since its launch in the fall of 2007, ARTS ON THE MOVE has organized 27 programs impacting more than 4,500 participants across multiple New York college campuses.