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Celebration: Jewish Community Photographs

Exhibition Date

Tuesday 1 March 2016 to Sunday 5 June 2016

Admission

Free

Location

Upcoming Events

An intimate glimps at Jewish religious and cultural events

Sydney-based Polish photographer D-Mo Zajac has been documenting refugee and migrant communities in Australia and overseas since 2010. Having recently discovered her own Jewish heritage, photographing the Jewish community was a personal journey for Zajac. Her intimate glimpses of religious and cultural events are on display in Celebration: Jewish Community Photographs, launched as part of Multicultural March. 

This display can be found on Level 1 of the Macquarie Street building. 

Featured image: Laya Slavin lighting the candles for Hanukkah with her daughter Mussia and son Shlomo, 2010, D-Mo Zajac

Men and women dance in a park at a community event with a crowd of people watching on.
Dancing men at Hanukkah at the Steyne Park, Double Bay
Men and boys wearing hats or skull caps gather in a place of worship.
Mendel Slavin’s Bar Mitzvah, Yeshiva Centre, Bondi, 30 January 2011
Three girls and a woman stand in front of settings at a dining table with their hands covering their eyes.
Rebbetzin (wife of a Rabbi) Laya Slavin prays with her daughters

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