About the Annual Jewish Book & Arts Festival
Inspiring and entertaining, the Ann and Stephen Kaufman Jewish Book & Arts Festival annually delivers a variety of opportunities for the community to learn and experience Jewish literary, culture and performing arts.
The Festival is one of the city's leading cultural and literary events, attracting a large and varied audience of over 5,000 people of all ages and is recognized as one of the largest Jewish Book & Arts Festivals in the nation.
This highly popular community-wide event brings together prominent and emerging writers in literature, the arts, philosophy, theology, history and current events to speak during this ten-day literary event. Each year, over 25 programs are selected from the following areas:
Not just for book lovers, Book Festival also includes films, concerts and Oliver Lapin Family Day featuring authors, interactive performances and activities for children of all ages.
Admission is charged for most events. Season passes and tickets are available at the J or online during the months of October and November. You can also join us for our entire Arts & Culture Season and become a Patron of the Arts.
For more information, contact Amy Rahmani at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.595.8197.