The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life dramatically expands Jewish cultural programming in small towns and big cities across the region through our Southern States Jewish Programming Series, featuring a dynamic Presenters Roster.
We help communities like yours to host events by authors, speakers, musicians, comedians, actors, and storytellers that will appeal to a diverse range of interests.
Our partnership with the presenters and ISJL community partners is a win for everyone. Presenters gain access to southern audiences through the ISJL. Congregations, JCCs, colleges, and other organizations are often able to partner with others in close proximity in order to share travel expenses.
The ISJL arranges all travel and hotel plans (or Zoom logistics) for the presenters, and provides marketing materials and press releases for the presenting partners. We send presenter handouts, books, and other relevant materials in advance to facilitate a professionally planned and successful event. For the enhancement of adult education, outreach opportunities, entertainment, fundraising, and family programming, the ISJL offers something for everyone!
For more information or to book one of our presenters, email firstname.lastname@example.org. See below for our next region-wide opportunities, or browse our Presenters Roster for the full list of available programs!
Special August Event: Lapidus & Myles
Rabbi Micah Lapidus and Melvin Kindall Myles are two faith leaders in the Atlanta community. Lapidus is the composer-in-residence at The Temple, and Myles is a soloist in the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church choir. The two musicians joined forces as "Lapidus & Myles" to create music inspired by their faith traditions, personal stories, and belief that music can help open hearts and minds. Preview their music here, and then sign up to join in on this special online event:
Lapidus & Myles, Live on Zoom
Thursday, August 11, 7 PM Central / 8 PM Eastern
Interested in this terrific musical program? Email Shira!