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Cincinnati’s Jewish & Israeli Arts and Culture Festival is back! Sunday, September 22, 2019 in Washington Park, from 10:30AM – 4PM. 30+ visual artist vendors, music and dance performances, food, workshops & more! Free, Open to the Public, All Ages.
Cincinnati’s Jewish & Israeli Arts and Culture Festival is back for our second biennial event on Sunday, September 22, 2019 in Washington Park, from 10:30AM – 4PM. We will feature 30+ multi-cultural visual artist vendors of a variety of media, music and dance performances, nosh! (food), hands-on workshops, demos, interactive experiences, and more!
FREE to attend, OPEN to the Public, with appeal to ALL AGES.
More info at ishFestival.com
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Art, Food, Music offered throughout the event with unique workshops and demos offered at particular times. Check event website for more details, ishFestival.com
NEW Program: Jewish Cincinnati: A Walk Through History, historic Jewish walking tour
Building upon the temporary photo exhibition, “Jewish Cincinnati: A Photographic History”, created by local artist J. Miles Wolf in partnership with Cincinnati Skirball Museum for FotoFocus 2018, “A Walk Through History” will include a historic Jewish walking tour paired with a public exhibition of the complete “Jewish Cincinnati” exhibition (21 works) and interactive chronological map. Two tour routes will be offered during ish Festival on Sunday, September 22nd, a 3.2 mile route and a 1.9 mile route. Tours will range from 60-90 minutes and will include a takeaway tour map. Both tours are free to attend with registration, and will appeal to mature youth through elder adults. The exhibition appeals to all ages. Interested participants can register pre-festival or onsite at the event.
1230 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Street and parking lot parking available 24 hours a day.