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Find out when live events and activities are on.
Thu 9 Jul 10:00am to 11:00am

How Political Pros View the November Elections

Election experts analyze and make predictions about what to expect in November

Fri 10 Jul 10:00am to 11:00am

Lizzie Skurnick, Editor of Pretty Bitches

Quarantine(ish) Book Talks

Sun 12 Jul 07:00pm to 08:00pm

Peace Is Possible: Kids For Peace

Meet 5 grassroots organisations developing a language of co-operation and collaboration

Sun 12 Jul 06:30pm to 07:30pm

Tea Uglow In Conversation

Creative Director for Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney

Mon 13 Jul

Yiddish Classes

Always wanted to learn Yiddish? Nu – now is your chance!

Mon 13 Jul 07:30pm to 09:00pm

The Holocaust: Uncovering the History

Learn about the Holocaust from authorities on the subject

Mon 13 Jul 11:00am to 12:00pm

Meet Australia’s Carrot Cake Queen, Angelique Lazarus

Chatting all things heritage, heirloom and baking the best carrot cake in the world

Tue 14 Jul 04:00pm to 05:00pm

Live in conversation – Kate Grenville on her new book, Room Made of Leaves

Bri Lee is in-conversation with Kate Grenville

Wed 15 Jul 08:30pm to 09:30pm

Winter Sessions: Rabbi Dr Ari Berman

Featuring scholars, activists and leaders from around the Jewish world

Wed 15 Jul 10:00am to 11:00am

Music in the Camps

A live lecture series by Andy Bromberger from 'Coffee, Cake and Culture'

Thu 16 Jul 10:00am to 11:00am

Will the Republican Party Recover?

With George F. Will

Thu 16 Jul 08:00pm to 09:15pm

Spun Stories – The Untold

Thu 16 Jul 07:15pm to 08:15pm

Thursday Night In The Circle

Join Cantor George Mordecai for this course, incorporating music and meditation.

Fri 17 Jul 10:00am to 11:00am

Natasha Diaz, author of Color Me In

Quarantine(ish) Book Talks

Fri 17 Jul 09:00am to 10:00am

Masha Gessen in Conversation

Author of the National Book Award and celebrated author, journalist, and activist

Sun 19 Jul 07:00pm to 08:15pm

Book launch: Night Lessons in Little Jerusalem

A fictional book by Rick Held based on the memoirs of his late father

Mon 20 Jul 11:00am to 12:00pm

Mouthwatering Lamb + Date Tagine

Ready to cook the dish that almost took USA morning television by storm?

Tue 21 Jul 06:30pm to 07:30pm

Andrew Fowler In Conversation

How Julian Assange became the USA’s public enemy number one

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Americans and The Holocaust

How did the Depression, isolationism, xenophobia, racism, and antisemitism shape American responses to Nazism…

National Theatre At Home

Watch a different free full length play each week

Sydney Jewish Writers Festival Podcast

Jewish writing, authors, journalists, screenwriters, poets and ideas from Australia and around the world

Let’s Talk Food – Chef Roy Ner

With Lisa Goldberg talking heritage, food and blending cultures

The Dunera Crossword

Give our first Dunera Crossword a go!

Big Night In with John Foreman

Arts Centre Melbourne

James and the Giant Peach

Read by Taika Waititi and a drop-in cast of pals and peers

Professor David Isaacs and Dr Elizabeth Finkel

Plagues, Pandemics and Preventing Panic

Backstage with Atomic

Hosted by Geoff Sirmai

Dunera Launch

Watch our launch video to find out more about Dunera

Recipes and Cooking Videos

A curated selection of our favourite recipes and cooking videos

From the Rabbi’s bookshelves

Online classes and talks with Rabbi Elton and Rabbi Phil

Etgar Keret in Conversation with Rabbi Sharon Brous

Presented by AJU's Whizin Center and IKAR

Everything Food: Listen, Watch, Read

The best food and cooking related TV shows, movies, podcasts, books and more

Explore Music

A curated selection of music from classical to contemporary and everything in between

Virtual Singing Classes

Enter your details for access to a series of recorded singing lessons

Backstage with Natalie Gamsu

Join Joanna as she talks about her stage roles, painting, life for artists during…

Meet Bridget Moore in 1869: Learning through Objects

Peek into an 1869 Tenement Apartment! Watch Bridget Moore show us her home

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