Arts

Holiday photo competition

Our annual holiday photo competition is now open with the first prize being a two-night stay at the five-star Reef House in Palm Cove, near Cairns in tropical Queensland.

Sunset/sunrise competition

Our popular sunset/sunrise competition is now open with the first prize being a two-night stay at Peppers Salt Resort and Spa, Kingscliff is on the NSW Tweed Coast.

Bondi beyond the glamour

Photographer Jonathan Armstrong’s first solo exhibition captures a less well-known side of Bondi beyond the famous beach and surfers.

Snap and win great holiday prizes

Our annual holiday photo competitions are back, with great prizes to be won by AJN readers who submit the best holiday photo and the best sunrise/sunset shot.

St Kilda’s street of dreams

For more than 150 years, Jews have been part of Acland Street’s colourful history, which are featured in a new book on the St Kilda street by historian Judith Buckrich

Miracle in the Amazon jungle

In 1981, 22-year-old Israeli backpacker Yossi Ghinsberg ventured into the Amazon jungle on an adventure that turned into a battle for survival. Now his adventures have been made into a film

Rhythms of Africa and Israel

Acclaimed South African singer and cantor Oshy Tugendhaft is currently in Australia starring in his new show Voices, featuring the music of Israel and Africa.

Amy Winehouse’s private memories

Two years after Grammy Award-winning singer Amy Winehouse died in 2011, her brother Alex helped curate a special exhibition in her honour, which has now opened in Melbourne.

Israeli singer Noa in concert

Israeli singer Noa, whose albums have sold millions, will be performing in Australia later this month in concerts at Temple Beth Israel in Melbourne and at the Bondi Pavilion Theatre in Sydney.

Life in Brooklyn’s Chassidic community

A chance meeting led to filmmaker Joshua Weinstein making Menashe, the first full-length Yiddish feature film in decades that is set in Brooklyn’s Chassidic community.