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Welcome to Kolture

The first-of-its-kind digital hub born from the idea that anyone, anywhere, on any device, should be able to experience the depth and breadth of Jewish arts, community, and culture.

Dive right in and get inspired by our ever-evolving collection of Jewish art, music, film, and podcasts.

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You’re one click away from connecting your community with enriching discussions, curated art, and a deepened relationship with Jewish culture.

Praise for Kolture


Temple Beth Elohim

Temple Beth Elohim is looking forward to exploring all that Kolture has to offer. Based on our relationship with JArts over these many years we have come to know that they won’t disappoint! Jewish arts and culture are an integral part of our community; Kolture will only help to further engage and enrich our programming.

Shanna Zell

Keshet: For LGBTQ equality in Jewish life

Arts and culture are an important tool for Keshet’s work as a way to understand diverse Jewish experiences. Our partnership with JArts and the Kolture platform is a perfect tool to share the works and stories of so many queer artists, and to let their voices shine to inspire the many communities that Keshet seeks to reach.

Suzanne Feinspan

Temple Isaiah

The resources and opportunities available through Kolture will bring aspects of Jewish art and culture to the forefront at Temple Isaiah. We can't wait to access the new content."

Rabbi Jodi Seewald Smith
Director of Congregational Engagement / Temple Isaiah (Lexington, MA)

Combined Jewish Philanthropies

CJP is thrilled to be a part of Kolture! We know this new resource will enhance our community’s engagement with Jewish arts and culture, and allow a broader audience to realize the power of the arts in Jewish life.

Sophie Krentzman

Center Communities of Brookline / Hebrew SeniorLife

Over the past three years, we’ve certainly seen the impact of virtual engagement for both those we serve and our staff.  We are excited about the launch of Kolture, with its rich array of Jewish-themed arts and cultural content being so easily accessible to our communities at Hebrew SeniorLife’s Center Communities of Brookline. This initiative is innovative, creative and a result of responding to a much-needed resource for providing ‘next generation’ programming”.

Laura Baber

Walnut Street Synagogue

The Walnut Street Synagogue is very excited for the launch of Kolture.  We are always seeking opportunities to share the best in Jewish arts and culture with our community and we are looking forward to being able to access Kolture's resources.

Thomas Barth
President, Board of Trustees / Walnut Street Synagogue (Chelsea, MA)