Judith Brin Ingber is an international expert on Israeli and Jewish dance. Learn about her upcoming events, recent articles and more.

Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance

With authors from Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance offering papers at the recent Conney Conference on Jewish Arts in Los Angeles, it was also great to have the book available. Judith Brin Ingber, Nina Spiegel and Janice Ross’s presentations are all available on The Conney Project website, here.







































































News & Events

Conney Jewish Arts Conference Keynote

Judith will present a keynote address at the upcoming Conney Jewish Arts Conference, Ap. 19-21, 2017 at the University of Wisc, at Madison. 50 Years After Harold Rosenberg: Is there a Jewish Art (Yet?).

Orly Portal's "Swiria," created in Israel last winter would have been considered too folkloristic, along with Sara Levi-Tanai's work of old. Judith reconsiders them in her Conney Conference keynote.

See: http://conneyproject.wisc.edu/hold-the-dates-april-19-20-21-2017/

Almost Snuffed Out

The story of the extraordinary Terezin children's musical, Fireflies

Judith’s interactive, multimedia presentation is Wednesday, May 20, 2017 at 7 PM for the Holocaust Education Resource Center of Milwaukee at the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center of Milwaukee, 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53217.

The program is sponsored by Dr. Shay Pilnik, Director of the Holocaust Education Resource Center of Milwaukee in conjunction with Jody Hirsh, Judaic Education Director at the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center of Milwaukee. For further information contact either jhirsh@jccmilwaukee.org or shayp@milwaukeejewish.org.

See more information, including video, of Judith's 2016 reproduction of "Broucci" on the Past Projects page.

RE-TELLING, April 7 – June 1

JCC Tychman Shapiro Gallery, SABES JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Mpls, MN. 4330 So Cedar Lake Rd, Mpls MN 55416

Further info, Robyn Awend Director of Visual Art 952-381-3416

Reception: April 19 at 6 PM

Featuring select works from the University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies’ (CHGS) permanent collection of survivor Fritz Hirschberger’s Sur- Rational series expressing life under Nazi rule. Hirschberger paintings and narratives are paired with contemporary works by local artists who deal closely with related matters.

Judith's dance work in film featuring dancer Megan McClellan and original music composed and played by Jim Miller will be screened during the exhibit.

Yiddish Summer Weimar

Judith will teach at the international festival: YIDDISH SUMMER WEIMAR 2017 in Weimar, Germany, Aug. 8-12. Our special topic is "The Other Israel: Seeing Unseen Diasporas." Israel is a kaleidoscope of cultures from around the world. Yiddish culture is only one of these, alongside Iraqi, Moroccan, Ethiopian, Russian, and many others. This summer some renowned artists and teachers introduce this amazing and complex intercultural matrix in the YSW dance workshop showing connections between Hasidic, Arabic, Yiddish and European Expressionist dance influencing early Israeli folk dances of the 1930s and 1940s.

Teachers will include Judith Brin Ingber, Medhat Aldabaai, Jill Gellerman and Andreas Schmitges.

For additional information see http://yiddishsummer.eu

Mr. Gaga

A still from "Mr. Gaga" of Ohad Naharin (center) teaching one of his signature Gaga classes.

“Mr. Gaga”, the award-winning documentary about Ohad Naharin, acclaimed director of the Batsheva Dance Company, can be seen on Netflix and at international film festivals around the US.

For more information: www.mrgagathefilm.com

Judith thanking documentary filmmaker Tomer Heymann after a recent showing of his film "Mr. Gaga" about Ohad Naharin. Tomer brought her onstage in Tel Aviv explaining her cameo appearance in the film as one of Ohad's early teachers.

The new biography of choreographer, company director, writer and composer Sara Levi-Tanai A Life of Creation (Haim Shel Yetzirah), includes a chapter by Judith Brin Ingber. Called "Turning Dance Assumptions Upside Down," Judith's chapter can be downloaded here in translation. (For further info, see Published Writings).

Sara Levi-Tanai's book, A Creative Life

Cover of the new book Sara Levi-Tanai: A Life of Creation

Picture of Judith with Sara Levi-Tanai from 1974 when Judith was assistant to Sara, founder and choreographer of Inbal Dance Theatre. (from the new book).