It all started in a synagogue with “a thing for art.” 

All it took was a Shabbat dinner between the President of Congregation Kol Israel, Fred Polaniecki, and comic book creator Fabrice Sapolsky. Together, they outlined the Jewish Comic Con - a place to explore how Jewish identity has influenced comics both on the page and behind the scenes. Featuring panel discussions, artist tables, and lots of shmoozing,

Congregation Kol Israel was built in 1924 and is on the National Registry of Historic Places. It is the oldest continuously running Orthodox shul in Brooklyn. All proceeds from the con will go to help preserve and restore this historic landmark.

The Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery at CKI is a project of the shul's that showcases and supports Jewish art and artists from around the world.

Now, Congregation Kol Israel is proud to organize the first ever Comic Con in a synagogue, our synagogue! 

WHERE? 
603, St Johns Place
Brooklyn NY, 11238

WHEN?
NOVEMBER 2017.

HOW TO COME?
By train : take line 2,3,4,5 or Franklin Avenue Shuttle. Our stop is Franklin Avenue. Head 2 blocks down on Franklin Avenue. Turn left. And you're there! 

 
 

THE JEWISH COMIC CON TEAM

- Fred Polaniecki
- Fabrice Sapolsky
- Peter Gordenstein
- Lawrence Horwitz
- Sasha Stern

You want to join the Jewish Comic Con Team as a volunteer? Send us an email at brooklynjewishartgallery@gmail.com

 

OUR SPONSORS

BenZ'S GOURMET• CORCORAN • PETER GORDENSTEIN • POMERANC GROUP • HERITAGE EQUITY PARTNERS • TEACUP SOFTWARE • TAKE TWO INTERACTIVE/DOUBLE TAKE COMICS • MIDTOWN COMICS • GROW & BEHOLD • JUDDS MEMPHIS BBQ • THE ISH • UJA • IMAGE BROOKLYN

 

OUR FRIENDS IN THE MEDIA

Tablet • Jewcy • WPIX • Time out NY • Gizmodo • Jew in the City • JM in the AM, Nachum Segal.  • Sonja Sharp at The Wall Street Journal • Colin Mixson at The Brooklyn Papers
Amy Clark at The Jewish Week.  • Heeb • The Detroit Jewish Hour. 


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