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Altho the Gordon Center’s indoor venue is currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, join us for exciting virtual arts and culture experiences online, and fun movie screenings at our NEW Gordon Outdoors drive-in movie venue!

Altho the Gordon Center’s indoor venue is currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, join us for exciting virtual arts and culture experiences online, and fun movie screenings at our NEW Gordon Outdoors drive-in movie venue!

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About The Gordon

Join us Outdoors and Online for movies and virtual arts and culture experiences 

The Gordon Center, also known as The Peggy and Yale Gordon Center for Performing Arts, is a professional, state-of-the-art entertainment venue that showcases amazing and eclectic performances. Located on the campus of the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC, the Gordon is the premier performing arts center in Baltimore County.

Although the Gordon Center’s indoor venue is currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, we have introduced our NEW Gordon Outdoors drive-in movie nights, and are also providing exciting Virtual Arts and Culture experiences. Learn more at Jcc.org/Virtual-J and continue to follow us on Facebook and for updates and other helpful resources.

Upcoming Performances

When Bubbe Met Amy: Millennial Jewish Comedians

December 1, 2020

Join instructor Jonathan Branfman to learn about the next generation of Jewish women comedians: Amy Schumer, Tiffany Haddish, Rachel Bloom, and Abby Jacobson & Ilana Glazer. While laughing out loud, you’ll also gain insight about how millennial Jews view Jewish identity, gender, sexuality, and race.

Part of the Wisdom Studio Series, a space to explore Judaism and Jewish culture as it evolves and develops on the page, on the screen, in the studio.

Not a Nice Jewish Girl: Women in Israeli Cinema

December 2, 2020

Join instructor Rachel Harris for this masterclass examining the depiction of Jewish women in film, and exploring the complicated legacy of being a traditional Jewish woman seeking out a place in the modern world.

Part of The Wisdom Studio Series, a space to explore Judaism and Jewish culture as it evolves and develops on the page, on the screen, in the studio.

Stories of Exclusion, Stories of Change

December 6, 2020

Panelists April Baskin, Gamal Palmer and Evan Traylor will be in discussion about their experiences as Jews of Color and sharing strategies to combat Racism and Anti-Semitism. Moderated by Candace Manriquez Wrenn, Director and Associate Producer for the Marketplace Morning Report. 

Part of the Amplifying Voices Series on the Intersection of Black and Jewish Identities, in partnership with the Tucson JCC.

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Rent Our Space

Looking for a venue to host your next event? The Gordon Center offers world-class amenities in a convenient location. It is available for rentals to groups and individuals. Our experienced technical team will help you figure out which services work best for your event.