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JCC Manhattan's #PlusLight with Tobi Kahn on NY1 TV
Hanukkah Celebration Glows Bright with #PlusLight Project As members of the Jewish faith observe Hanukkah, a New York artist and the Ma...
Mark Podwal's Menorah at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Menorah, a 1995 gouache by Mark Podwal, was selected as Artwork of the Day by the Metropolitan Museum in New York. View the menorah...
Studio Armadillo in the NY Times
"A Modern, Modular Menorah" By Naomi Fry December 15, 2014 Anat Stein and Hadas Kruk's innovative Tangram menorah w...
Judith Appleton at the Jerusalem Artists` House
White Desert Curated by Irena Gordon opens Saturday December 20, 2014. The exhibit will be on view till February 14, 2015 Gallery...
Leah Raab's Beyond The Surface
The Creative Soul presents a solo exhibition by Leah Raab. The artist lived in Israel for many years and much of her work focuses on the ...
#PlusLight - Interactive Chanukah Project by Tobi Kahn
Chanukah calls us to pay attention to the way a tiny light illuminates the darkness. It challenges us to see the miracles of our own live...
Contemporary Artists Exploring Women in Tanach and Talmud
The Association of Jewish Studies will hold its 46th Annual Conference in Baltimore December 14-16, 2014. Sunday December 14, 11:15am...
Archie Rand – The Painted Shul: A Film by Amala Lane
Amala Lane’s film Archie Rand–The Painted Shul (2007) will be screened on Thursday, December 11 at 2:30 p.m. in the Biederman Library at ...
Jews And The Indian National Art Project
This book, with cover art by Siona Benjamin , chronicles the substantial role Jews played in the shaping and development of contemporary I...
Jerusalem Biennale - Call for Art
The Jerusalem Biennale will be held for the second time between September 24th and November 5th, 2015 in different locations around the ci...
"A Woman of Valor, Who Will Find?" Check Her Hair
Sara Zell Young in The Forward "After college, I became traditionally observant for the first time, taking on a chunk of religious...
Echoes from the Borscht Belt: Contemporary Photographs by Marisa Scheinfeld
Artist Talk Wednesday, December 10 at 6:00pm Yeshiva University Museum, 15 W 16 St, New York, NY 10010. Register at www.smarttix.com (a...
100 Views of New Jerusalem by Michael Korosty
This art exhibit and book presentation will feature 100 drawings of contemporary Jerusalem by Michael Korosty. December 3 at 6:30 - Op...
The 42-Letter Name by Robert Kirschbaum
The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York, will be exhibiting Robert Kirschbaum ’s print folio/artist’s book, “The 42-Letter Name,” al...
Twelve Tribe Project by Jan Lauren Greenfield
Did Jacob’s sons walk the ancient paths of their land trailed by tribesmen and women hoping to get a glimpse? Did they have an entourage? ...
Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Maintenance Art Works
Artforum featured Mierle Laderman Ukeles ' Maintenance Art Works at Australia's Institute of Modern Art. Her solo exhibit, a surve...
Tangram Menorah by Studio Armadillo
Handmade in Israel of Mahogany wood, this tangram design is inspired by an ancient Chinese puzzle. It adds a sense of cultural fusion to ...
Andi Arnovitz & Sarah Zell Young in 614HBI
Two articles in Hadassah's current online magazine feature Jewish Art Salon members. In The Paper Manipulator Andy Arnovitz descr...
Angelika Rinnhofer's "a priori" Project
This German-born artist has been working with people who have, at some point, discovered their Jewish heritage. A priori, titled after K...
From Birth to Memory by Ellen Holtzblatt
This art exhibition featuring the paintings of Chicago-based artist Ellen Holtzblatt will be on display through December at Josef Glimer...
Annual Jewish Book Arts Award
The Isaac Anolic Memorial Annual Jewish Book Arts Award is now taking applications. A sum of $1,500 will be awarded towards the creat...
Screening of Blue Like Me: The Art of Siona Benjamin
You are cordially invited to a screening of Blue Like Me: The Art of Siona Benjamin a documentary-in-progress, and to meet th...
Helene Aylon's Museum Acquisition
SFMOMA acquired two additional Breakings to their collection - Aylon's Breaking With Greater Resistance and Darkening Thrust, Leaking...
A Jewish Lens on Privacy & Openness - Sh'ma features Flora Rosefsky
November's issue of Sh'ma includes a collection of essays on what Judaism teaches about the question of privacy vs. openness. ...
Valentina Loseva's Inseparable Borders
The COJECO BluePrint Fellowship is a highly selective year-long program for Russian-speaking Jewish adults ages 25-40 to explore person...
Lashon Hara: On the Consequences of Hate Speech
An exhibition by Robin Atlas at The Anne Frank Center USA. Presented in conjunction with the Jewish Art Salon. Opening Reception Wednes...
Gabriella Boros' Upcoming Exhibits
"Crossing Over" an End of Life / Afterlife themed exhibit, from Salonnierre Jamie O'Reilly, includes t...
NYC Launch: Jerusalem Biennale 2015 Open Call
Hosted by Jewish Art Now & JCC Manhattan. Co-sponsored by the Jewish Art Salon and Creative Soul. Introducing the Jerusalem Bi...
An Illustrated Saga Of The Diaspora
Renowned artist Mark Podwal recently created a stunning portfolio of 42 images for the Terezin Ghetto Museum. One of the sets will be...
City Light's Judaica show features Suzanne Benton
Although she has performed from Bali to Bosnia, Canada to China, India to Israel, Nepal to Nigeria, Spain to Switzerland and Tanzania...
Custom and Craft - Call for Artists
From the team behind Haggadot.com comes Custom & Craft, a new site for publishing your own Shabbat services and Jewish celebration...
All This Has Come Upon Us
The documentary film, All This Has Come Upon Us had its American premier at the Eldridge Street Synagogue in New York’s Lower East Side. I...
Sukkot Art by Arza Somekh
This work by Somekh is titled The Union of the Four Species. For the Jewish Sukkot holiday four species of plants are selected: O...
A Prayer for Peace
Sukkot Exhibit with Andi Arnovitz, Ken Goldman, Yoram Raanan, and Ruth Schreiber. Sunday October 12 & Monday October 13, 4-9 Ahim...
Yom Kippur Art by Arza Somekh
Yom Kippur, also known as Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year for the Jewish people. Its central themes are atonement and re...
Crown Heights’ Community Art Show
4 th Annual Celebration of Creativity As the Holiday of Sukkot approaches the Creative Soul will host it’s annual community a...
Making/History: Reconstructing the Gwoździec Synagogue
At YIVO, New York, on Sunday, October 12, 6:30pm : a first behind-the-scenes look at the reconstruction of the roof and ceiling of a 200-...
Artists’ Sukkah in New Haven
The Connecticut Artists' Beit Midrash is building a collaborative Artist’s Sukkah for New Haven's City Wide Open Studios (a sukka...
Jewish Enviro-Artists Have the Whole World in Their Hands
... Mierle Laderman Ukeles was responding to the environment through her art way before the term “global warming” or “climate change” o...
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