Humans could live on Mars before the end of the century, and Silicon Valley plans on making it happen. These projects envision new paradigms of civilization and culture to emerge on Mars.
But how will niche cultures transport their identities to the stars? Tech Tribe presents Jews in Space - a multimedia exploration of Jewish life on the Red Planet - in the hopes that humanity as awhole will begin to ask the big questions of life beyond Earth.
For nearly 2000 years, Judaism has served as a portable culture, taken and practiced through the diverse wanderings of the Jewish people.
Jews in Space uses this history as a backdrop to ask, what will Jewish life look like in space? How will our traditions, values and observances transfer to a new planet? Most importantly, what lessons can Jews living in Brooklyn learn and apply to their lives?
Join in the us as we explore Jewish life in space
On 10/29 join us as we explore the nexus of Judaism and Science Fiction in a fireside chat at The Yard.
Chanukah on Mars
Join us on 12/5 as we celebrate Chanukah and launch our art installation at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Judaism in the Stars How do you make Kiddush on Mars? A discussion of Jewish observance in space
Join Tech Tribe as we celebrate Chanukah out of this world
Experience a brave new Jewish future as we explore Jewish life on Mars.
From December 1-17, see the Jews in Space instillation at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
On December 5th join our launch party, as we share Brooklyn-based artist Nitzan Bartov’s original art, at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
Enjoy Chanukah treats, great drinks, an augmented reality menorah and more as we boldly celebrate Chanukah as no one has done before!
Join the ongoing conversation.
Learn about how others are taking part in the Jews in Space project, and share your insight.