Hayom’s curators Marie Salomé and Marc Azoulay are developing a series of unique shabbats with like-minded guests and co-hosts, interested in art, transmission and food.

The first Hayom Shabbat was co-hosted with Erin Allweiss and paid homage to her godmother, Julie Saul, a badass woman and gallerist, who sadly passed away last year. 

The second Hayom Shabbat, took place at la Salle A Manger (SAM) in Brooklyn. Lucien Zayan, founder of The Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, cooked a wonderful feast with Hayom artist Maya Yadid. Yadid’s art practice is rooted in food and in her Arab Jewish identity. 12 guests were present. One of Maya's sculptures made of bread and clay was shown as well as some of her Judaica ceramics.