TISH Festival: Nomads Kitchen & FOODISH – meeting and cooking show
The meeting will focus on stories about local grown and produce and talk about sustainability and climate responsibility in Israel. We will also learn what the Nomads Kitchen is – project created during the pandemic.
"Testimonies from the Warsaw Ghetto" online conversation series
Online conversations with the children and grandchildren of those who wrote about the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising while hiding in the ghetto.
POLIN Reading Room: Silvia Foti’s "Storm in the Land of Rain: A Memoir"
Yale Reisner will talk to the author Silvia Foti and film maker Michael Kretzmer.
POLIN Reading Room: "Around Us a Sea of Fire. The Fate of Jewish Civilians During the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising"
Join a discussion of the publication accompanying POLIN Museum’s temporary exhibition, "Around Us a Sea of Fire."
POLIN Book Talks: "Cheek to Cheek" – Jewish Confrontations with Modernity on the Dance Floor
Sonia Gollance will discuss her new book, "It Could Lead to Dancing: Mixed-Sex Dancing and Jewish Modernity," in conversation with Naomi Seidman and Sunny Yudkoff.
Warsaw places – cross-cultural meetings of young people
A course will create a space for exploring the city and cross-cultural meetings.
How to counteract prejudice? Presentation of seminar activities
We invite you to the presentation of projects by 24 students from Norway, Germany, and Poland.
TISH Festival: All About Honey – Jewish, Polish, and Ukrainian Traditions
Ringing in the Jewish New Year on a sweet note, we will explore honey.
Tsivia Lubetkin and Yitzhak Zuckerman – two ghetto fighters in love, remembered by Eyal Menashes Zuckerman
On the 79th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, we will meet Eyal Menashes Zuckerman who will reminisce about her grandparents.
Meet the Family: Ḥayim Zelig Słonimski
Lee Slonimsky, a great grandnephew of Ḥayim Zelig Słonimski will explore the legacy of this astronomer, inventor, educator, and popularizer of science.
Meet the Family: Jan Marcin Szancer
Elisabeth Szancer will explore the life and work of Jan Marcin Szancer.
TISH Festival: NEIGHBOURS: Meeting with Amsterdam Jewish cuisin
We will listen to stories related to Jewish food and its links with the Dutch cuisine, including the famous “bolus” cake.
TISH FESTIVAL: Shop like a local – in search of Ashkenazi flavors in Warsaw
Visit with us one of the best places in Warsaw to buy natural products directly from the producers and farmers!
Meet the Family: Helena Rubinstein
Suzanne Slesin will explore the life and work of Helena Rubinstein, her grandmother by marriage, in conversation with Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett.
One-to-one with Wilhelm Sasnal
Talking about the Polish landscape, civic spirit and art
Meet the Family: Moshe Rynecki
Elizabeth Rynecki will talk about her great-grandfather in conversation with Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett. They will explore the life and work of Moshe Rynecki, a talented painter of Jewish life in prewar Poland, who perished in the Holocaust.