Events, Talks & Cooking Demos

November 2022

Friday, November 18, 2022, Israel Shabbat, George Mason University Hillel 
"It was such a pleasure to work with someone who has such a uniquely diverse perspective and story. From the way that she tells stories of her traditions, to the way that she explains complicated narratives, Shulie is engaging and a truly special speaker. She always speaks from a nuanced and personal place – which makes any discussion with Shulie memorable. After hearing her speak for the first time, I was flooded with innovative ways in which to incorporate Shulie and her story into the Jewish community at GMU. I still have fellow students begging me for a cooking class from her after hearing her speak at our Israel-themed Shabbat. Shulie’s first speech had a rippling effect on our community and challenged the typical Jewish perspective. I cannot wait to do more events with her in the future – such a special experience!" -- Hillel Mason Israel Programming Chair
January 2022

January 9,  2022, 4 - 4:45 pm
Cost: $10

"It was a wonderful program and we greatly appreciate all your contributions.  You fully captured the attention of both adults and kids!"

February 2021

  February 1, 2021, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
  "The Bene Israeli Tu B'shvat & Malida Ceremony" 
  HESEG, Israel 
  Cost: Free
  Registration: A private event in Hebrew

  HESEG Foundation is a foundation for academic 
  scholarships for qualified applicants and former lone

December 2020

  December 13, 2020, 2:00 - 3:00 pm
  "Menorahs and Pakoras"
  Sponsored by Keshet
  Cost: Free

  Keshet Jewish LGBTQ families bring your kids to a
  brief presentation about the Indian Jewish community 
  followed by a cooking demo for Chanukah. 


  "Thank you again for today. Everyone is raving about
   how much we learned about the Indian Jewish
   community, and of course your excellent cooking
   demonstration.  Thank you again for participating and
   teaching us all so much!" 

  December 18, 2020, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
  "Pakoras and Chutneys; An Indian Shabbat"
  Co-sponsored by OneTable & JDC Entwine
  Cost: Free

  OneTable empowers people in their 20's and 30's to
  create and build their own meaningful and authentic
  Shabbat practice through hosting and sharing
  Shabbat dinners. OneTable provides resources such
  as ritual guides and Nourishment credits to help
  hosts elevate their Shabbat dinners and build
  community around the Shabbat table. Learn more

  From JDC's website:

  "Entwine and its partners at OneTable will present
   events on Indian Jews: one with the locals
   community in Mumbai and the other with renowned
   food writer Shulie Madnick, who’s written 
   extensively about her Indian Jewish roots."

  One Table Shabbat:

  "Friday was absolutely divine! I'm so grateful for the
   time and your expertise." 

  December 22, 2020 
  Private Keshet LGBTQ Team Building Talk &
  Cooking Demo
  Sponsored by Keshet

Honorable Mention and Faculty Award

"Shulie Madnick uses incongruous elements to surprise the viewer.  In one she hangs green tortillas on a clothesline and in another places a hook in wedge of cheese.  The use of white as the primary backdrop in each intensifies the surreal, 
                                                                                            dreamlike quality of the images." - Jenee Mateer, Juror.

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