Make Your Own Haggadah Using Jewish Digital Content Creation Tool For Educators And Children [iOS, Android, PC, Mac]

JI Studio is a Judaic digital content creation tool.  Ground-breaking features encourage children to let their imaginations run wild, use higher-order thinking skills and create projects with tools combined with full access to the Tanach. JI Studio visually dazzles with rich collections of Jewish-themed stickers, story backgrounds, Hebrew letters, vowels and words, characters, dress-ups, photographs, coloring pages(…)

Hanukkah Coloring Book For iPhone And iPad

APP Hanukkah coloring book by Midnight Illusions includes dancing dreidels, live latkes, menorahs,  Maccabees and many other pages  for you or your kids to fill in. There is a rainbow of colors to choose from and different marker sizes. You can save your drawings to camera roll or email to Bubbie, Zaide, friends and family. Post on(…)

iPhone App For The Oldest And Largest Jewish Film Festival In The World

San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is the oldest and largest Jewish film festival in the world. The three-week summer festival is held in San Francisco, California, usually at the Castro Theater in San Francisco and other cinemas in San Francisco, Berkeley, San Rafael, and Palo Alto, and features contemporary and classic independent Jewish film from(…)

iPhone App Of A Theater Performance The Good And The True, Performed by Svandovo Theater, Prague

“The Good And The True” is an official application of a theater performance The Good and the True, internationally performed by Svandovo Theater Prague, Czech Republic. This is the story of two people who went through the same places and experienced similar tragedies – and yet they never met. The pathes of their lifes crossed(…)

Ultimate Digital Haggadah App Features Illustrations Of Famous New York City Synagogues

Downhill Publishing is releasing version 2.0 of  the Ultimate Digital Haggadah. The  Ultimate  Digital  Haggadah 2.0  for  iPad (Android devices soon)   fuses  medieval  Spanish calligraphy  and  digital design to tell the story of  the  Jews’  journey  from  Egypt  to the Promised Land. “The Haggadah App is a delightful method of bridging the old and(…)

24th Annual Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival [iPhone App]

From January 16-26, 2014 the  24th Annual Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival celebrates 10 days of international Jewish cinema throughout Palm Beach County, FL. The festival examines Jewish culture, history, and religious, social, political issues through features, documentaries and short films. Films this year hail from countries as wide ranging as the Czech(…)

Art Spiegelman’s Co-Mix: A Retrospective – Exibition At The Jewish Museum, New York [iOS App]

Art Spiegelman’s Co-Mix: A Retrospective celebrates the career of one of the most influential living comic artists. Best known for Maus, his Pulitzer prize-winning graphic novel about his parents’ survival of the Holocaust, Art Spiegelman (b. 1948) has produced a diverse body of work over the course of five decades that has blurred the boundaries between “high”(…)

Chagall: Love, War, and Exile At The Jewish Museum, New York [iOS And Android App]

Chagall: Love, War, and Exile, for the first time in the U.S., explores artwork from the 1930s and 1940s by Marc Chagall (1887-1985), one of the foremost modernist of the 20th century. This was a significant but lesser-known period which Chagall spent in France and then in exile in New York due to World War(…)

“Storywalks at Eldridge Street” iPhone App – A Story Told In The Congregants’ Own Words

“Storywalks at Eldridge Street” is a site-specific smartphone application that will infuse the landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue with the voices of past congregants; it will make these voices available to the public for the first time. Dedicated in 1887, the Eldridge Street Synagogue is a breathtaking National Historic Landmark that was a place of sanctuary,(…)

“Aliyah, The Rebirth of Israel” – Collection of Colored Lithographic Reproductions By Salvador Dali [Podcast]

Published in 1968 in honor of Israel’s 20th anniversary, Dali’s Aliyah is a little-known suite in which the late Spanish surrealist portrays the epic history of the Jewish diaspora and the return to the homeland. This exhibit is a complete collection of the 25 signed, colored lithographic reproductions of original mixed-media paintings by Salvador Dali. Salvador Dalí(…)

The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival [Free iPhone App]

San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is the oldest and largest Jewish film festival in the world. The three-week summer festival is held in San Francisco, California, usually at the Castro Theater in San Francisco and other cinemas in San Francisco, Berkeley, San Rafael, and Palo Alto, and features contemporary and classic independent Jewish film from around the world. The festival was first(…)

Interactive Book About Ancient Musical Instruments Based On The Collection Of The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem

This is a wonderful interactive book written by Moshe Caine and illustrated by Edik Mitgartz will teach the reader all about ancient musical instruments. Music and musical instruments played a very important role in the ancient world. Music was played in prayer, in ceremonies and in sports events. It was used for communication and of(…)

Jewish Manuscripts And Printed Books From Braginsky Collection [Free iPad App]

Braginsky Collection shows illustrated Jewish manuscripts and printed books from eight centuries, breath-taking marriage contracts and richly decorated Esther Scrolls. The collection of the Swiss collector René Braginsky is generally considered to be the largest private collection of  Hebrew manuscripts in the world. It also contains a fair number of fine early printed books. The(…)

Forgotten Jewish Architects [iPhone App]

Berlin enjoys a global reputation as a modern, tolerant and culturally diverse metropolis. Presented under the title “Diversity Destroyed”, the 2013 Berlin Theme Year seeks to communicate the importance and sensitive nature of these democratic values and achievements. The Theme Year will highlight the social and cultural diversity that was destroyed in Berlin under the(…)

Light My Fire: A Hanukkah App From The NY Jewish Museum

The NY Jewish Museum’s first Hanukkah app is now available for free at the AppStore. The joyous nature of the holiday has led over the centuries to a profusion of imaginative lamp shapes and decorations, serious or whimsical: biblical figures, characters from popular culture, buildings, exuberant flowers or exotic animals. Each lamp reflects the interactions(…)