Arts + Culture + Education
From world-renowned performances to lectures and festivals, the JCC offers a plethora of arts, cultural and educational programming.
The Active Life Program seeks to enrich the lives of adults in the Jewish community and the community-at-large through educational, cultural, social and recreational opportunities.
The Berman Center for the Performing Arts is more than a theatre, it’s a community! Through live performances, films, master classes, festivals and streaming events, The Berman delivers the best in cultural arts programming to audiences of Southeast Michigan.
COJAR is a Jewish Community Center program created by Young Israel Council of Metropolitan Detroit in association with Yeshiva Beth Yehuda’s Partners Detroit.
The Henry and Delia Meyers Library & Media Center holds a collection of more than 12,000 books, magazines and other Judaica. Visitors will enjoy the quiet, relaxing atmosphere as they browse through our collection or surf the Web.
IRP provides an intellectual and social environment within the Jewish community for mature adults. It offers a forum, through self-directed interest groups and special events, for persons who wish to creatively use their experience, knowledge and talent for lifelong learning to enrich themselves and their community.
The Janice Charach Gallery hosts exhibitions featuring Jewish and non-Jewish, established and emerging artists. Exhibitions include glass, ceramics, multi-media, painting, fiber arts and photography.
The JCC’s Annual Jewish Book Fair is a community-wide cultural and literary event, attracting a large and varied audience of more than 20,000 people of all ages. It is the oldest and largest Jewish book fair in the nation.
The JCC’s Lenore Marwil Detroit Jewish Film Festival is one of the largest Jewish Film Festivals in the Midwest, and we are committed to bringing the highest quality films to our community. We offer a diverse cinema experience in our annual festival and throughout the year.
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The JCC Ethan & Gretchen Davidson Music Festival is a fresh new take on arts and music festivals. We are hosting artists that are local, national and international who perform amazing music in a range of styles, including folk, rock, punk, klezmer, jazz and a family friendly performance.
The Russian Jewish Life (RJL) program at the JCC provides educational opportunities that focus on American and Jewish culture, American and Israeli history, the Jewish religion, traditions and holidays.
SAJE provides year-round, community-wide learning opportunities of the highest quality that connect people to Judaism.
Shalom Street Museum is a unique, interactive experience in an exciting 4,500 square-foot facility. Our exhibits are designed to inspire a sense of wonder and exhilaration for children of all ages through Jewish experiences and experiential learning.
The JCC’s Center Travel has fantastic trips both near and far. From a day trip to see “Pippin” at the Fisher Theatre to a seven-night cruise on the Danube, we promise you won’t be bored!