ADVANCING JEWISH HUMANITIES AND CULTURE
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As an organization concerned about the legacy we leave for others, the Farash Foundation sees the imperative to support our greatest contemporary artists, philosophers, and thinkers...those who are at work this very minute. It has therefore established the Farash Fellowship for the Advancement of Jewish Humanities and Culture.
The first Fellow, in the spring of 2018, was Amos Oz, the acclaimed novelist, short-story writer, and essayist who has been called “Israel’s best known literary voice.” During his Rochester residency, Oz’s public presentations included those at the Dryden Theatre of George Eastman Museum; University of Rochester; and Writers & Books, the local literary center.