Jewish Culture Weeks at the SCHIRN

FINE BAGELS X SCHIRN CAFÉ BY BADIAS

SUNDAY, 27 OCTOBER, 12 PM
OPENING OF THE JEWISH CULTURE WEEKS

During Jewish Culture Week, Laurel Kratochvila will be making a guest appearance at the SCHIRN CAFÉ BY BADIAS. Laurel’s business, “Fine Bagels”, has become a port of call for bagel-lovers in Berlin and prepares these circular baked treats lovingly by hand according to a traditional Jewish recipe – with the result being soft bagels that are light and delicious. Together with the Jewish community, she will be bringing a little piece of this special baking culture to the heart of Frankfurt

WELCOME
Marc Grünbaum, Culture Representative for the Jewish Community of Frankfurt / Main

FAMILY WORKSHOP: ART WITH EDGES

THURSDAY, 31 OCTOBER, 2-4.30 PM

Focus on the LEE KRASNER exhibition

After a group tour of the exhibition by Jewish artist Lee Krasner, participants will create their own abstract images in the SCHIRN STUDIO. Using a mixed technique, the edges of strips of cardboard will be used as stamps and the resulting fields filled with color. For children aged 4 years and over accompanied by parents

BAGEL AND CHALLAH BAKING WORKSHOP X SCHIRN CAFÉ BY BADIAS

6 and 3 NOVEMBER, 4-6 PM

With Laurel’s open baking kitchen at the SCHIRN CAFÉ BY BADIAS, JKW is introducing Jewish-American baking culture to the SCHIRN. But how are bagels made and how do you braid the challah, a braided yeast bun? In these baking workshops, children and young people can learn the ingredients, shape the dough and glaze it after baking. For children aged from 6 to 12 years.

SHABBAT DINNER X SCHIRN CAFÉ BY BADIAS

8 AND 15 NOVEMBER, 7 PM

With kiddush. The rules of kashrut and the shabbat will be adhered to. Payment can be made before shabbat

GUIDED TOUR IN RUSSIAN

THURSDAY, 7 AND 14 NOVEMBER, 6.30 PM

In the LEE KRASNER exhibition

ЛИ КРАСНЕР − ПИОНЕР АБСТРАКТНОГО ЭКСПРЕССИОНИЗМА С ЕВРЕЙСКИМИ КОРНЯМИ

BETWEEN ART AND POLITICS

SUNDAY, 10 NOVEMBER, 11.30 AM

In the HANNAH RYGGEN exhibition

Between art and politics: Wall hangings by HANNAH RYGGEN from the 1930s and 1940s. One-hour overview tour in German

GUIDED TOUR

WEDNESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER, 6.30 PM

In the LEE KRASNER exhibition

Lee Krasner – a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism with Jewish roots. One-hour overview tour in German

EXPERTS’ TOUR WITH EVA ATLAN

TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 7 PM

Together with curator Ilka Voermann, the Head of Collections at the Jewish Museum will guide you round the exhibition and reveal more about Lee Krasner’s religious background and the spiritual influences on her oeuvre