Emma Trodella (born Fort Lauderdale, FL) is an independent curator based in Brooklyn, NY. Trodella holds a BFA with a concentration in Art History from the University of Tampa, FL. In Fall 2019 she anticipates to start her MA graduate degree in Museum Studies at the City College of New York. She currently works as the Foundation Assistant of the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She has held roles within art fairs and museum institutions including, Salvador Dali Museum in St. Pete, FL as a Library and Archival intern (January-April 2016), MDC Museum of Art + Design in Miami, FL as a Registrar intern (July-October 2016), Miami Project 5- Art Basel Miami, FL as a Fair Assistant (December 2016), Spring Break Art Show New York as a Curatorial Associate (March 2017), Affordable Art Fair in New York, NY as a Fair Assistant (March-April 2017), Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy as a Museum Educator (Fall 2017), Spring Break Art Show New York as a Curatorial Associate (March 2018), and TEFAF New York Spring as a Visitor Services Representative (May 2018).
Rabbi Herschel and Mrs. Raiza Malka Hartz
Directors and Founders
Rabbi Herschel and Mrs. Raiza Malka Hartz are the directors and founders of both Chabad of Inwood and Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts. Rabbi Herschel and Mrs. Raiza Malka Hartz have served the growing Jewish community in Inwood for over 4 years, building a space for Jewish religious and social programming in the neighborhood.
Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts
Learn more about us and support our work below!
Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts seeks to provide quality, free community programs with a Jewish theme. Our goal is to share the deep and long-storied history of Jewish tradition and culture with our larger New York City community. Our events seek to be thought-provoking and also family friendly, a place where everyone in our community can feel welcome and free to be themselves. We are proud to work with so many segments of our community.
Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts provides two major programs during the year: Sukkahwood and Uptown Jewish Film.
Uptown Jewish Film is the only event of its type in Northern Manhattan.
Sukkahwood is going strong and provides a meaningful way to use the lessons of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot to engage with our larger NYC family.
As Northern Manhattan grows more and more, Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts seeks to provide the same type of services and cultural events that can be found in the rest of the city.
We are located at
577 Isham Street
New York, New York 10034
Please note that no goods or services were received in return for this tax-deductible donation. Sukkahwood Inc., AKA as Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts, is a 501(c)3 IRS approved Not for Profit organization.