July 12, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) / 20:00-21:00 Israel time, 10:00-11:00 PDT on Zoom Shoshana Gugenheim Kedem presents “Chutzpah as Art Practice”. Through the lens of Jewish identity and indigeneity, feminism and re-insertion, Shoshana Gugenheim Kedem will share from select social practice works created between 2016 and 2020 during the tenure of her MFA studies in Art and […]

July 5, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) / 20:00-21:00 Israel time, 10:00-11:00 PDT on Zoom Billha Zussman presents “HINENI & EINENI: Sieving and being sieved; images from my bible notebook”. Zussman’s bible notebook, a patchwork of household kitchen symbols and objects, explores “Why aren’t Billha and Zilpah counted as Jewish matriarchs?”  Yehudis Barmatz-Harris and Elinora Schwartz present “Bright Moon – Dark Coffee: Exhibition […]

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to sponsor the 2020 Jada Paris Art Fair and Artist-in-Residence Program! All participating Jewish Art Salon members will receive a 25% discount to join this major event during Paris Art Week (October 19th – 30th, 2020). JADA represents a murmuring artistic voice, as it rises to challenge the hegemony […]

The Jewish Art Salon is developing a new initiative to connect artists and art professionals who are looking to hire interns with students who are looking for internships. If you are an artist, you can fill out the form here to let us know what type of internship opportunities you can offer. Remote internships are […]

The Hampton Synagogue Rabbi Marc Schreier Community Center will feature an evening around Matthew Baigell’s recently published book JEWISH IDENTITY IN AMERICAN ART: A GOLDEN AGE SINCE THE 1970’S. At this 24th Annual Author Discussion Series Baigell will be represented by JAS artist members Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein. Thursday, July 2, 7:30pm Glenn Dorskind, Chair […]

Niv — a new contemporary Jewish Canadian magazine — is now accepting submissions. While the primary focus of our news/reporting divisions will be from a Canadian perspective, they accept submissions from all around the world. Niv will be launched on September 18, just in time for the Jewish New Year. With the new year comes […]

Artist Ben Schachter, Advisor to the Jewish Art Salon, is taking a slice of the Talmud and seasoning it anew in his upcoming graphic novel, Akhnai Pizza, a reimagining of the dispute between Rabbi Eliezer and the sages. What Can Graphic Novels do for Jewish Literacy? With Your Help, a LOT! Schachter, a conceptual artist, […]

Thursday, July 2 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM EDT; 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM Israel time The Hartman Institute features ALL TOGETHER NOW, with four weeks of scholars, teachers and experts from the Shalom Hartman Institute leading hundreds of sessions focused on the emerging challenges to a vibrant Jewish community. These are free of charge and are open to […]

JADA Art Journal welcomes submissions worldwide, of art, and articles in any language, from artists and authors at every career stage, potentially. All authors and artists will be invited to present at the Art Summit of Jada Miami Art Fair (Sponsored by the Jewish Art Salon) at Miami Art Week, in December of 2020! The […]

June 28, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) / 20:00-21:00 Israel time, 10:00-11:00 PDT on Zoom Ezra Rose and Amy Rubin will present Jews Outside The Margins. An exploration of how people in the literal and figurative far reaches of Judaism make sense of themselves and find ways to connect to their Jewishness. This event is organized by the […]

Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble Premieres Rooms2020, a Virtual Performance Video of Anna Sokolow’s ROOMS Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 7pm “Art is a mirror.” If life imitates art far more than art imitates life, then Anna Sokolow was distinctly ahead of her time. Rooms, Sokolow’s 1955 masterpiece, examined the psychic isolation and unfulfilled desires of characters […]

Sunday June 21, 1pm EST, 20:00 Israel time, 10am PST DORIT JORDAN DOTAN presents “i am. an immigrant”, a visit of her intercontinental curatorial project in Berlin.  Demographic changes affect global and local politics, economies, urban affairs and day-to-day life. For some of those who were lucky to be born in a stable, strong, democratic […]

In the Woodcuts publication Podwal took images of the woodcuts from the Sefer Minhagim, published in 1593 in Venice, and added contemporary items such as a microwave, hair blower, etc. to look as if they were part of the original illustration. In the book, to be published in spring 2021 by Hebrew Union Collage Press, […]

Sunday June 14, 1pm EST, 20:00 Israel time, 10am PST Jonatas & Dana Blickensderfer, Founders of JADA present The 2020 Global Quarantine and the Rise of Digi-Romanticism An illustrated discussion on the manifold reactions to the search for meaning and deeper content in daily life during confinement, which deprived all of the constant multi-sensorial stimulation […]

Congratulations to our steering committee member Goldie Gross who graduated Baruch College in NYC with a Bachelors Degree in Art and Business. The Baruch Committee on Undergraduate Honors awarded her the Kanner Prize  for an outstanding honors thesis on the Communist Yiddish periodical Der Hammer. She presented the thesis earlier this year at the Conference of the College Art Association. […]

June 7, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) / 20:00-21:00 Israel time, 10:00-11:00 PDT on Zoom. Two half-hour sessions: Visualizing Shabbat, by Fiber Artists Ruth Simon McRae and Laurie Wohl. Ruth Simon McRae will show her Tifferet series of handmade tallit, discussing the inspiration/meaning and textile processes employed in each.  Laurie Wohl’s current work – The Shabbat Project – […]

May 31, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) / 20:00-21:00 Israel time, 10:00-11:00 PDT on Zoom. Based on Alan Falk’s current solo show Between Two Worlds: Shir HaShirim and The Dybbuk explores the romantic and magical aspects of love and the search for the sublime, and comprises of his artworks based on The Song of Songs (Shir HaShirim)  and […]

Jewish Art Salon’s co-founder and director Yona Verwer has joined the JADA Art team as Advisor. JADA and JAS collaborated last year on the JADA Art Fair at Miami Art Week, and this year on the Sunday Zoom art sessions. This Fall the two organizations are planning more exciting initiatives together. View the JADA Advisory […]

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 5:00-6:00pm EST REGISTER HERE in advance for this event Otherness and Hiding. Jewish Life in Nazi Germany, with Celebration of the Competition Winners The University of Richmond Museums and the Fritz Ascher Society present Otherness and Hiding: Jewish Life in Nazi Germany, celebrating the closing of the exhibition Fritz Ascher: Expressionist, on view […]

Sunday May 24, 1pm EST, 20:00 Israel time, 10am PST New York based artist SUSAN MAY TELL will show Photographs of Space, Silence and Solitude. These are photographs of personal projects, museum exhibitions and work commissioned by pre-eminent publications, in the United States, Middle East and Europe: the women fighters of the Eritrean People’s Liberation […]

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to co-sponsor a conversation with Be’chol Lashon’s Julian Voloj, who is also a Jewish Art Salon Fellow, with author A.J. Sidransky, who will discuss his new novel “The Interpreter.” This first installment of his new “Justice” series examines among other topics the question of Jewish identity and who defines […]

The Jerusalem Biennale presents 2020 ONLINE! In this series of online talks, Ram Ozeri, the Biennale’s Founder and Director, met with 10 artists and curators from around the world to talk about the current situation and how it effects contemporary art. Three of the artists are members of the Jewish Art Salon. View their videos […]

May 17, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) / 20:00-21:00 Israel time, 10:00-11:00 PDT on Zoom. Jerusalem-based artist LENORE MIZRACHI-COHEN is a conceptual artist from NYC, who recently relocated to Israel. In Art in the Time of Corona she will give a taste of what the artistic landscape in Jerusalem was like before and during the lockdown period, and […]

What is Lag B’Omer? This holiday takes place on the 33rd day of the Omer, the 49-day period between Passover and Shavuot. A break from the semi-mourning of the Omer, the holiday includes holding Jewish weddings (it is the one day during the Omer when Jewish law permits them), lighting bonfires and getting haircuts. This year the holiday starts Monday night May 11th. […]

NEW Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Track for Clergy of All Faiths Curating Community Through the Arts Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC The arts generate and sustain communities. By studying and supporting the arts, faith leaders can discover new ways to bring people together, both in church and beyond. Explore the role of art, architecture, literature, […]

Jewish Art Salon Advisor Ori Z. Soltes has a new publication out: Ontogeny of Light ~ Apples, Suns, Mirrors, Electricities – Limitless Light, Oscillating Silences, Immersive Realms: The Art of Alex Shalom Kohav The artist, philosopher, poet, mystic, and, most fundamentally, creative thinker, Alex Shalom Kohav has produced an extraordinary and varied body of visual work […]

Sefaria: A Living Library of Jewish Texts, wants to feature artists on their Instagram. If you create art inspired by Torah, you are invited to submit a piece to share with the corresponding text. Please note that not all submissions will be featured. If they choose to feature your art, they will contact you to […]

Join us for the second session in the virtual program series. May 3rd, 2020, 10:30am-12:00pm EDT; 17:30-19:00 Israel time. Facilitators: Cynthia Beth Rubin and Chana Wiesenthal Elias 10:30-11:30 Presentations 11:30-12:00 Open discussion with audience Is there an identifiable Jewish sensibility or aesthetic, a Jewish way of thinking, that finds its genesis in a theological tradition […]

We are seeking 2 sound, literary, and performing artists to contribute to our upcoming Virtual Jewish Art Salon / Art Kibbutz  session, at 10:30 EDT Sunday, May 3  (5:30 pm Israel, 7:30 am PDT).  We will consider additional visual artists, however the priority is on other forms.   Sound, literary, and performing artistsPotential contributors should write to […]

Founding Member of the Jewish Art Salon, Helene Aylon, has departed from this world. A virtual shloshim will be held Sunday May 3, 12:30pm EDT.

Join us for the third session in virtual programs. May 10, 1:00-2:00pm EDT; 20:00-21:00 Israel time Not in Heaven: Artists as Partners in Creation By Curators Judith Cardozo and Dr. Susan Nashman Fraiman The exhibition “Not in Heaven” (part of the Jerusalem Biennale 2019) was a response of designers and artists to a dramatic story […]

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Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah, is observed on the 27th of Nissan as a day of commemoration for the six million Jews who died as a result of the actions carried out by the Nazis. Every year communities around the world uphold the memory of victims of the Holocaust through Unto Every Person There Is a Name, […]

We are kicking off our weekly virtual program series on April 19th, 2020, 1:00-2:00pm (EDT) with a presentation by three of our members: Archie Rand, Richard McBee & Joel Silverstein present Modern Jewish Narratives, a Powerpoint of their Jewish Art Salon exhibition, followed by a discussion with the viewers. JAS members and alumni will be […]

During these uncertain times we are here for you, and are working to create opportunities for you to come together; to connect our artists and art professionals with virtual presentations, critiques, performances, studio visits and workshops. As part of a Jewish Art Salon and JADA collaboration we are facilitating Sunday afternoon programs starting on April 19th, 2020. […]

The Jewish Art Salon presents an Artists Beit Midrash. Update March 18, 2020: sessions will be continued online, including virtual studio visits. The theme: Pardes: Encountering the Divine “Four entered the Divine Orchard; one died, one went mad, one lost his faith and one emerged unscathed.”Pardes is the Talmudic story (Chagigah 14b) of the search […]

Symbols of Faith: Art in the Jewish, Christian and Muslim Traditions Ori Z. Soltes will give a lavishly illustrated talk exploring how symbols—numbers, colors, geometric forms, gestures, and figures—are used in convergent and divergent ways in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim visual art; how so many of them derive from earlier imagery in pagan antiquity; and […]

Artist Ben Schachter will receive the Emma Lazarus Award for his billboard submission to Combat Anti-Semitism. The award ceremony is on March 15th.  Info here:https://combatantisemitism.org/emma-lazarus-award/ Emma Lazarus was a Sephardic Jewish activist in 19th Century America who advocated for a Jewish homeland and for persecuted Jews seeking refuge from anti-Semitism in Europe. She is best known […]

The Jewish Art Salon attended the Council of American Jewish Museums Conference in Dallas TX last week. This week we will participate in the 2020 National Kenissa Consultation at the Isabella Freedman Center. In both cases our representative is artist / curator / Jewish Art Salon Founding member Richard McBee. At annual Consultations every March, Kenissa convenes […]

In order to give our members more exposure throughout the year we plan to feature more members’ work on our website and social media. We will select these from two sources: A. The categories that you filled out in the Category form we emailed you a while back. B. Other themes, not mentioned specifically in the […]

Third party call for art. Application for artists to submit for inclusion in a visual arts exhibition considering the issue of Jewish Authenticity and Identity. Venue: Adas Israel Congregation in the Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington D.C Submission deadline: March 25, 2020.  What makes a work of art Jewish? What makes an artist Jewish? Any […]

There is no fee to apply for the awards. BERTHA ANOLIC VISUAL ARTS ISRAEL TRAVEL AWARD, $2,000: The sum of $2,000 will be awarded to one Jewish college or graduate student who has a particular interest in the visual arts and in Israel, to explore and develop their artistic interest through an independent study trip to […]

The Syracuse University Press will be publishing Jewish Identity in American Art: A Golden Age since the 1970s  by Jewish Art Salon Founding Member and Advisor Matthew Baigell this spring. An exploration for the first-time in book form of Jewish-themed works by the generation of artists born between 1930 and 1960. “This important book deals in-depth with a previously […]

Demographic changes affect global and local politics, economies, urban affairs and day to day life. For some of those who were lucky to be born in a stable, strong, democratic country, it is hard to accept those changes. It creates fear of job loss and the changing of familiar local culture.  Immigrants or refugees face changes […]

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, located in New York City, is now accepting applications for the Fall 2020 Holocaust Educator Internship. Eligibility: undergraduate and graduate students looking for paid internship opportunities. For details and a link to the application form, please click here.  The application deadline is April 6, 2020. Who […]

Highlights video of  the successful Miami Art Week Exhibit. The Jewish Art Salon was a co-sponsor of the JADA Art Fair, where 6 of our artists exhibited in December, 2019. The exhibition, organized by Jonatas Chimen and Dana Blickensderfer, focused on Judaism and immigration, exile, the Sephardic experience, the Jewish Diaspora, the Spanish Inquisition, Redemption, and […]

Our Salon Sessions are great opportunities to meet artists, curators and other art professionals, and to strengthen our Jewish arts community. Photos here of the January 19 session at Tobi Kahn’s studio. When: Sunday March 8, 2020, 2-4 pm Only one seat left as of March 1st. Jewish Art Salon members: Tickets HERE.  Art historians, curators, and JAS student […]

January 27th, International Holocaust Memorial Day, marks the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp.  The Holocaust threatened the fabric of civilization, and genocide must still be resisted every day. Our world often feels fragile and vulnerable and we cannot be complacent. Anti-Semitism must be challenged by us all. In 2004, […]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS This is by a third party, not the Jewish Art Salon itself. PROTOCOLS invites writerly and artistic submissions for its Issue #7: SIX + GENDERS. Guest Editors:Ariel Goldberg, Roey Victoria Heifetz, Hannah Tzuberi The theme for Issue #7 alludes to the six gender/sex categories defined in the Talmud: zachar, n’keva, androginus, saris, aylonit, […]

Our Salon Sessions are great opportunities to meet artists, curators and other art professionals, and to strengthen our Jewish arts community. The January 19 session at Tobi Kahn’s was attended by a diverse membership of artists and curators. Photos by Richard McBee, Susan Schwalb, and Yona Verwer When: Sunday January 19, 2020, 2-4 pm Where: The […]

Holiday art by some of our members. Click on the images to enlarge Mark Podwal, “Hanukkah Lamp with Bisons”. In this drawing of a Hanukkah menorah, bisons replace the traditional lions since numerous bisons freely roam the Białowieża Forest, 39 miles southeast of Białystok. Many Polish companies include bisons in their logos. From the series […]

From Aimee Rubensteen, curator and Jewish Art Salon member: I’m excited to invite you to a dinner performance in Brooklyn to celebrate the launch of PROTOCOLS upcoming Issue #6: TONGUES. I hope you can join us! Below is an invitation with more information. The event is on January 7th at 7 PM in Brooklyn.  Please note that tickets are […]

At Art Basel in Miami, a Tale of Jewish Immigration and Redemption The Jewish contribution to the famous art fair this month showcased just how diverse the community is. Haaretz, December 12, 2019. By Danielle Ziri Haaretz featured an in-depth article on the JADA Art Fair, which the Jewish Art Salon co-sponsored. Six JAS artists […]

Rabbi Ario S. and Tess Hyams Judaica Museum and the Jewish Art Salon are presenting the following exhibition in honor of the Museum’s 50th Anniversary: Rand/McBee/Silverstein; Modern Jewish Narratives Temple Beth Sholom  401 Roslyn Road, Roslyn Heights NY, 11577 Exhibition Dates: December 13, 2019 – February 28, 2020 Opening Friday, Dec 13, 7:30-9:30 PM. Viewing hours: […]

The Jewish Art Salon will present at the Annual Conference of the Association of Jewish Studies in San Diego, CA. The conference takes place December 15-17, 2019. Our panel is a great opportunity to introduce the Jewish academic community to contemporary Jewish Art. Contemporary Jewish Art Organizations: A New Dynamic Tuesday December 17, 3:15 – […]

March 20-22, 2020 at the Chicago Theological Seminary. A gathering for those whose interests live at — or near — the intersection of justice-seeking religious reflection with spirituality, imagination, the arts, and embodiment.  The interplay of these areas with one another has come to be named as theopoetics, the focus of the event. We hope […]

The Jewish Art Salon is proudly participating in Miami Art Week’s JADA Art Fair & Artist-in-Residence Program. Organized by our member Jonatas Chimen and by Dana Blickensderfer, this program has two components:  Art residency, Dec. 1-5, 2019. Art exhibition with programming, Dec. 6-8, 2019. The exhibition focuses on Judaism and immigration, exile, the Sephardic experience, the Jewish […]

Every week we will introduce a person who makes a difference in the Jewish Art Salon. We start off with one of our most accomplished artists, Susan Schwalb, who is an advisor on our Steering Committee. Susan is one of the foremost figures in the revival of the ancient technique of silverpoint drawing in America. She has […]

The Jewish Art Salon will participate, and Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein will present at Kenissa’s National Cross-Training that will take place December 8-10, 2019 at the Pearlstone Jewish Retreat Center in Reisterstown, MD.  The conference is a gathering of individuals who are creating new communities of meaning around the country. At the upcoming Cross-Training […]

​The Jewish Art Salon is proudly participating in Miami’s Art Week’s Art Fair & Artist-in-Residence Program. Organized by a new creative group, JADA, founded by our member Jonatas Chimen and Dana Blickensderfer, this is a great opportunity to expose your work to a wider audience. The program includes an art residency and exhibition, December 1-8, […]

A Jewish community place on Long Island, NY, has an exhibition slots open for Summer and Fall 2020. This is available for Jewish Art Salon members only. They have a 120 feet long  gallery wall, and the front lobby features several wall showcases for objects. The gallery can also accommodate sculptures. See images below. The […]

This proposal envisions an exciting addition to the canon of biblical interpretation and circus studies. It will address questions of circus and religion, primarily but not exclusively related to Judaism. The focus will be on historical and social lenses, as well as a deep discussion of circus as a means of studying sacred text. Humans […]

Mark Podwal has two NYC book signings in November. Illustrated by the artist, Hebrew Melodies is a volume of poetry by Heinrich Heine, one of the most important German poets of the nineteenth century.  The book launch and signing at the Jewish Museum takes place November 12 at 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Podwal will be joined by poet […]

The triangle between cultural conquest, assimilation and integration, curated by Jewish Art Salon member Dorit Jordan Dotan. Venue: Institut für Alles Mögliche Studio/Storefront Gallery in Berlin, Germany. Eligibility: USA and EU Artists are invited to submit work – existing or conceptual – for a group exhibition in Berlin. Deadline: November 15, 2019. Application info here. Curator’s […]

The Jewish Art Salon partners with Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts to present Shalom Bienvenidos.This one-day event on November 10 in NYC explores the Jewish experience in Spanish-speaking lands with a day long event of film, speakers, music, and culinary experiences. Jewish communities have flourished in Spain, South and Central America, and elsewhere throughout the Spanish-speaking […]

Jack H. Skirball Campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Los Angeles (HUC-JIR,LA) has engaged artists in a multitude of ways, including turning the central floor prayer and education area, Mercaz, into a unified exhibition space. The works on display in the Mercaz are on view for one year. This timing allows the college […]

The Jerusalem Biennale 2019 presents: For Heaven’s Sake! October 10 – November 28 14 Jewish Art Salon members are participating in various exhibitions: Confrontation – Conversation: Mirta Kupferminc Hebrew Suffragists: Andi Arnovitz, Nurit Jacobs-Yinon I’m Not: Andi Arnovitz Jewish Street Art Festival: Lenore Mizrachi-Cohen, Hillel Smith, Yitzchok Moully Living Under Water: Andi Arnovitz, Ken Goldman […]

The Avant-Garde Artists She Hangs on the Walls Laura Kruger and the museum she created for Hebrew Union College in Greenwich Village Kruger is a Founding Member of the Jewish Art Salon, and many of our artists have shown in her HUC – Bernard Heller Museum in New York over the years.  Lilith Magazine’s Summer […]

Art exhibition UTOPIA – Visions and Traditions Eligibility: New York-based artists working in two and three dimensional media. Venue: Stanton St. Shul Gallery, New York Submission Deadline: November 25th, 2019. Exhibition dates: Thursday, December 12 – Tuesday, January 21 Artwork must be hand delivered to the Stanton Street Shul on Sunday, December 8th from 11am-2 pm. […]

Joel Silverstein will be exhibiting at BWAC, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. His new works feature 33 canvasses based on the first seven days of Creation, based on Louis Ginzberg’s book “The Legends of the Jews” first published 1909.  The exhibition “Fall In/Fall Out” takes place at 481 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn NY, 11231. […]

In conjunction with the exhibition On The Consequences of Hate Speech III a Roundtable will take place on September 11, 7:30 pm. Participants: Exhibition curators / artists Nancy Current and Robin Atlas; President of Pittsburgh Interfaith Evolution Marnie Fineberg; Rev. Ben McBride Co-director, PICO California, and muslim leader Nyla Ibrahim. PJJC, 800 Foster City Blvd, […]

The Peninsula Jewish Community Center and the Jewish Art Salon present: On The Consequences of Hate Speech III, an exhibition curated by Robin Atlas and Nancy Current. September 11, 2019: 6:30 pm Opening reception and gallery tour. 7:30 pm Panel discussion. Info here. Exhibition Dates: September 11 to November 24, 2019. Monday – Thursday 9 […]

Art exhibition curated by Billha Zussman at the Oranjekerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Opening Reception September 14, 2019, 2 – 4:30pm On view until December 8, 2019. Participating Jewish Art Salon artists: Yehudis Barmatz, Rena Bannett, Gabriella Boros, Shoshannah Brombacher, Tal Demsky, Dorit Jordan Dotan, Goldie Gross, Judith Joseph, Ruth Schreiber, and Billha Zussman.

New York’s Metropolitan Museum’s first ever Rosh Hashanah card is by artist Mark Podwal. The Met published this image after seeing it in his monograph REIMAGINED. View it here. Other Podwal events: On November 10 he’ll speak to the Harry Friedman’s Society at NYC’s Temple Emanu-El, November 12 book signing at Jewish Museum Shop for Heinrich […]

The Jewish Art Salon is excited to partner with Sukkahwood, an event that invites artists and designers to re-imagine a “Sukkah” and be part of the “Sukkahwood” outdoor exhibition of temporary dwelling installations. Sunday, October 6, 2019, from 12 PM – 4 PM Inwood Hill Park, NYC at the entrance near the intersection of 218th […]

New exhibition opens at the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum at HUC-JIR/New York On view September 12, 2019 – June 30, 2020 One West Fourth Street (between Broadway and Mercer Street)New York, NY Exhibition Opening: September 12, 2019Reception: 5:30 – 7:30 pm | Program: 6:30 pmRegister Today Seventy artists explore human connections shaped by genetics, proximity, interests, […]

The New Jersey Jewish News is seeking pitches for feature stories and calendar listings for their Fall Arts Guide that will appear in all editions beginning late September. They’re interested in events of Jewish interest in all categories such as visual arts, film, theater, dance, music, words, and more. The events must take place after […]

Desiree Nazarian, Director of Holocaust Education and Outreach at Selfhelp Community Services, is looking for someone to curate an exhibition. She is producing an art exhibition in New York City. This is a third party project, not a Jewish Art Salon exhibit. The goal of this project is to collect artwork from Holocaust survivors living […]

PROTOCOLS is an online cultural journal that curates and publishes writing and art from across the global Jewish diaspora with attention to progressive and leftist politics. They are looking for art and writings for their next issue. About the Call: From the tower of Babel to the Zionist language wars, from lashon ha’ra to lashon ha’kodesh, from erotic […]

On Art and Words: Exhibition curator Mira Lapidot in conversation with artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles, marking the 50th anniversary of her groundbreaking Manifesto for Maintenance Art 1969! Tuesday, July 23, 2019, at 6 pm, in the exhibition gallery, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem In conjunction with the exhibition Julian Rosefeldt: Manifesto According to an article in the New Yorker: “Near the […]

The 2020 HBI ARTIST PROGRAM provides an artist the opportunity to have a solo exhibition for twelve weeks at the Kniznick Gallery at Brandeis University in Massachusetts starting March 2020. The university invites proposals that relate to the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute’s mission of developing fresh ideas about Jews and gender. Applications (in English) from outside the […]

The Book of Sarah is missing from the bible, so British artist Sarah Lightman sets out to make her own: questioning religion, family, motherhood and what it takes to be an artist, in this quietly subversive visual autobiography from NW3. Distilled from hundreds of intensely beautiful diary drawings into a compelling narrative of identity, The Book of […]

The Conney Conference on Jewish Arts, which took place in New York City this year, has published video recordings of their sessions here. The Jewish Art Salon’s panel discussions are featured below:  Spinoza In Our Time Anti-Semitism and Jewish Art Today Contemporary Jewish Narratives More info on our panel discussions: Anti-Semitism, Spinoza, and Narratives Individual Jewish Art […]

Watershed Moments NYC – Select Works from The Jerusalem Biennale has an opening reception Thursday June 6, 7:30-9pm Venue: The Laurie M. Tisch Gallery at the JCC Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street. Free and open to the public. Yehudis Barmatz will be showing her video “Let it Burn“, which she exhibited with the Jewish […]

You won’t find much of it at the Jewish Museum, but a vibrant Jewish art culture does exist—and needs support. Richard McBee, in a response to recent articles in Mosaic about New York’s Jewish Museum, poses the question: what would an ideal New York Jewish Museum look like? … “But, I can hear readers asking: where is […]

Sukkahwood invites artists and designers to re-imagine a “Sukkah” and be part of the “Sukkahwood” outdoor exhibition of temporary dwelling installations in New York City. Deadline Sunday night, June 30, 2019 at 11:59 pm Sukkahwood’s values of inclusion are universal and seek to bring together people from all walks of life. Sukkahwood is about re-thinking […]

This a third party call for proposals: AGJA Grant Funding Opportunity: AMERICAN GUILD OF JUDAIC ART WORKING ARTIST, EMERGING ARTIST AND EDUCATIONAL GRANTS CALL FOR PROPOSALS In furtherance of its mission “to establish a community for those who are inspired to fulfill the commandment of Hiddur Mitzvah by creating, collecting and exhibiting Jewish Art,” the American […]

CALL FOR ART: ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF HATE SPEECH, III The Peninsula Jewish Community Center, Foster City, California, is accepting submissions for a group exhibit at PJCC and is inviting artists of all faiths and cultures to submit their work for consideration. Exhibition Statement Words have always been a catalyst for civil discord and today hate speech […]

April 2, 2019, 10:00-11:00 am. 92 St Y, Buttenweiser Hall  1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128 Anti-Semitism and Jewish Art Today  Moderator: Ruth Weisberg. Panelists: Yona Verwer, Phillip Schwartz, Max Kulchinsky, Richard McBee. View the video recording HERE Anti-Semitism has reasserted itself as a primary international factor in 21st Century Jewish life.  A recent survey of European […]

Monday April 1, 2019, 9:00-10:00 am. 92 St Y, Buttenweiser Hall  1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128 Spinoza in Our Time  Moderator: Ori Z. Soltes. Panelists: Artists Lenore Mizrachi-Cohen, Goldie Gross, Judith Joseph, Cynthia Beth Rubin, Yona Verwer, and David Wander. View the video recording HERE The panel will take up some of the thinking that shaped […]

April 2, 2019: 2:00-3:00 pm 92 St Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128. Contemporary Jewish Narratives Moderator: Matthew Baigell. Panelists: Archie Rand, Richard McBee, Joel Silverstein. View the video recording HERE For the past 40 years three artists, Archie Rand, Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein have created paintings of contemporary Jewish Narratives.  Their core subjects range from […]

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to co-sponsor this exhibit by long-time members and ardent supporters of the Salon: Archie Rand, Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein. Opening on Sunday, March 24th, 4:00 – 7:00 pm. Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery, 603 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn. Modern Jewish Narratives panel discussion will be moderated by Matthew Baigell at […]

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to be participating in the Conney Conference on Jewish Arts at the 92Y, March 31-April 3rd, 2019. Full conference program available here The Jewish Art Salon will be conducting three panel discussions: April 1: 9:00-10:00 am. Spinoza in Our Time / Moderator: Ori Z. Soltes. Panelists: Lenore Mizrachi-Cohen, Goldie […]

Saturday March 16, 8-10 pm Repair The World NYC, 808 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Opening reception, havdalah ceremony & panel discussion In honor of Women’s History Month, Be’chol Lashon, Jewish Art Salon and Repair the World NYC organized the art exhibition “Celebrate Jewish Women”, Participating artists: Elke Reva Sudin, Goldie Gross, Sarah Mochkin, Hiroots Bootika Yoseph, […]

PROTOCOLS invites writerly and artistic submissions for its issue #5: Tikkun/Repair. The split title points to how Jewish discourses of cosmic, personal, and social rectification articulate with political and creative questions of material and symbolic reparation. While contemporary politics have largely focused writers and artists around ideologies and strategies of resistance, this issue shifts attention […]

Jewish women played a significant role in the feminist art movement since the early 1970s in the United States, grappling with their Jewish identity through their art. This conference brings together leading scholars and artists to examine this field of feminist art created by Jewish women and Jewish-themed feminist art. The conference aims to revisit […]

Programs in conjunction with the art exhibition Spinoza: Marrano of Reason. March 8, 2019 – Walking Tour of Jewish Amsterdam  Exclusive for members of the Jewish Art Salon, artists participating in the Spinoza exhibition, and their guests. Join the Jewish Art Salon and Prof. Ori Z. Soltes (Georgetown University) for a walking tour of Jewish […]

CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS EXPLORE SPINOZA’S LEGACY The Jewish Art Salon presents Spinoza: Marrano of Reason. The complex legacy of groundbreaking 17th-century Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza is the subject of this two-site exhibition opening March 7th at Amsterdam’s historic Amstelkerk and the Plein van Siena. Opening receptions March 7th, 2019 17:00-18:30, Plein van Siena, Short Gallery Talk by […]

CALLS FOR ART: – The Naomi Anolic Early Career Jewish Visual Arts Award, for artists who are 25-35 years of age. The 2019 cycle will focus on painting and drawing – The Isaac Anolic Jewish Book Arts Award, for professional artists working in the field of artists books. THE ANOLIC FAMILY AWARDS Established in 1980, […]

Wishing you all a happy, peaceful, artistic and prosperous 2019. Thank you for helping us serve artists, and provide exhibitions, public programming and resources internationally. Our 2018’s highlights: EXHIBITIONS Performance by Florence Nasar at The Invisible Jew exhibition, Detour Gallery, NJ. On The Consequences of Hate Speech on view at NYC’s Manny Cantor Center until January 18th; CONVIVIO: […]

Art exhibition at the Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway, New York, NY 10002. OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2018 | 6-8PM | Presented by the Manny Cantor Center and the Jewish Art Salon. Photos of the opening reception here. Online catalog, designed by Nazanin Hedayat Munroe. Exhibit on view Mon-Sat 10-6, until January 18, 2019. Words […]

Join us for this free Brooklyn Hanukkah Celebration featuring Frank London and Deep Singh’s “Sharabi,” a Klezmer-Bhangra-Funk all-star band, It is also the closing party for “Convivio,” our art exhibition, curated by Joel Silverstein, Goldie Gross, Ray Felix and Julian Voloj, celebrating the contributions of Latinx/Jews to American comic books. A Brooklyn ArtsXCommunity event in partnership […]

929 is the number of chapters in Tanakh and is the name of a project dedicated to creating a global Jewish conversation around issues that unite and divide us, but always anchored in or inspired by the text. 929 invites Jews everywhere to read Tanakh, one chapter a day, together with a website with creative […]

    Generations have been shaped and influenced by Jewish Musicians. Artists are invited to participate and submit images for an exhibition curated by Max Gottfried. Submission deadline 12/31/18. Email images to powerpop18@gmail.com Put in subject line:  BJAG This is a third-party call for art; not a Jewish Art Salon call for art.   The exhibit […]

The 7th biennial Conney Conference on Jewish Arts, a project of the UW Madison Center for Jewish Studies will take place this year at the 92Y in New York. Converging Movements at the 92Y Keynote Speaker Dr. Naomi Jackson, author, Converging Movements Modern Dance and Jewish Culture at the 92Y Conference dates: Sunday March 31-Wednesday, April […]

CALL FOR ART – JURIED EXHIBIT  GROWTH and CHANGE at the Belskie Museum, New Jersey, USA. This is not a J.A.S. Call for Art, but by a 3rd party. Deadline: Wednesday December 5, 2018 Juried group show running January 6th — January 27, 2019, at the Belskie Museum, Closter, New Jersey. The exhibition theme is “Growth […]

By Susan Dunne, October 11, 2018, Hartford Courant     Animal rights through veganism — and its connection to Judaism — is pondered in a new exhibit at Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford: “Through Compassionate Eyes: Artists Call for Animal Rights.” One painting depicts the electrocution of an elephant. Other artworks show an emaciated […]

New art show brings Jewish and Latinx comic creators together BY JULIAN VOLOJ | OCTOBER 9, 2018 As a Jewish-German-Colombian-New York artist, Julian Voloj is both one of a kind and very at home in the world of comic books. Through comics, he has explored identity and forged community in navigating the overlap between his […]

How To Be A Vegan Jewish Artist Jewish Art Salon’s show includes two Mahwah artists By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN October 4, 2018 Excerpt:  The exhibition “Through Compassionate Eyes: Artists Call for Animal Rights” was curated by Mr. Silverstein and his wife, Julie Seidman, with the sponsorship of the Jewish Art Salon and Jewish Veg. Running from October […]

The Jewish Art Salon’s latest exhibit, “Through Compassionate Eyes: Artists Call for Animal Rights,” will be seen for the first time when it opens Sunday, October 7, at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, CT. A PANEL DISCUSSION will take place Oct. 7 at 3 PM. Featured panelists: Exhibit curators Julie Seidman and Joel […]

Art exhibition celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month & special Music Havdalah. Opening October 20, 2018, 6-9 pm at Repair The World, 808 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn. Closing party December 8, 7:30-10:30 pm with performance by Frank London and Deep Singh. October 20 – December 8, 2018. Tue-Fri. 9:00 AM to 5: 00 PM; Mon 1:00 to 5:00 PM. […]

Through Compassionate Eyes; Artists Call for Animal Rights opens October 7th at Charter Oak Cultural Center as part of their Annual Celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture. This powerful, first-of-its-kind art exhibit is the first time artists have come together to produce a major exhibit on the intersection of animal rights and Judaism. Opening Reception Sunday, October […]

One of the Jewish Art Salon’s founding members, Laura Kruger, curator, will be honored Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa at the renaming of the HUC’s museum in New York.  The event will also mark the opening of the exhibition TERRA inFIRMA, in which many Jewish Art Salon members have artwork.  “TERRA inFIRMA” focuses on climate change and global […]

“Moshe kibel Torah mi’Sinai…” “Moshe received the Torah from Sinai…” (Mishnah Avot 1:1) Issue #4 of PRTCLS focuses on the topic of Pirkei Avot. What is Pirkei Avot–which could be translated literally as Chapters of the Fathers or Chapters of Fundamental Principles? How does this text represent Jewish thought and life? What is its relevance […]

Omanut: Jewish Uptown Arts, an organization devoted to providing free, quality community events with a Jewish theme in Northern Manhattan, will be presenting the second annual “Sukkahwood.” Sukkahwood is a one day community arts festival and will be held on Sunday, September 16th from 12PM-4PM at Inwood Hill Park’s Gaelic Field. The Jewish Art Salon is […]

Yiddish New York, an annual celebration of Yiddish music, language and culture, is collaborating with City Lore, in NYC, on this year’s art exhibition, which will be held from Thursday, December 6th, 2018, to Thursday, January 31st, 2019. The exhibition will be curated by JAS member Deborah Ugoretz and Tine Kindermann.  Submission Deadline: November 10, 2018 This year’s […]

Congratulations to Yehudis Keller, our July Spare Change Micro Grant winner! Yehudis is an Art and Psychology major at Brooklyn College, and is currently teaching art to seniors and interning with art therapists. She has been a Jewish Art Salon Student Fellow for the past year, and she was selected to participate in the Jewish Art […]

Yeshiva University Museum (YUM) invites artists to submit proposals to lead hands-on workshops for the public during 2018-2019, to take place at YUM, based at the Center for Jewish History in New York City. Workshops, which could be related to any Jewish theme, should be conceived and designed to be communally inclusive and physically accessible […]

“My gender is slowly being made to disappear from the Orthodox Jewish world.” By LEAH FINKELSHTEYN, July 11, 2018 The JOFA blog published an article about the Jewish Art Salon’s exhibition The Invisible Jew at Detour Gallery in Red Bank, NJ. … It takes images to counter a lack of images. The visual to address the slow […]

  The Jewish Art Salon has launched a teeny tiny micro grant for students interested in Jewish art. Funds are not restricted: students can use them to buy art supplies, or to go on a coffee date with a friend. This little grant is a high five from the Jewish Art Salon to deserving students. […]

  The HBI Artist Program provides an artist the opportunity to have a solo exhibition for twelve weeks at the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University. They invite proposals that relate to the HBI’s mission of developing fresh ideas about Jews and Gender. The exhibition will be open March – June 2019. Application deadline: July 31, […]

The Jewish Art Salon’s 10th year anniversary party takes place July 8 in NYC when we will celebrate all we accomplished so far: 30 exhibitions, 40 other art events, many press mentions, and numerous exhibit connections for our members. We are at full capacity; RSVP for members only. 3:00pm-4:00pm      Meet and greet 4:00pm           […]

The 4th edition of the Jerusalem Biennale will take place November 7 – December 26, 2019 around the theme of  For Heaven’s Sake!  (LeShem Shamayim) For more details – click here.  Submission deadline October 31, 2018. Note: The Jewish Art Salon participated in 2015 and 2017. We are already producing a big international exhibition in 2019 (Spinoza: […]

A well-respected Jewish scholarly publication tasked the Jewish Art Salon with finding images for their Fall covers. The issues will appear both in print and online. Artists will receive a small honorarium and will be mentioned on their website, with a link to the artist’s website or photo page.  The November issue is focusing on […]

2018 INTERFAITH BIENNIAL EXHIBITION Expressing Faith in Art Theme: Love and Truth, an Expression of Interfaith Diversity Dominican University in River Forest, IL –  http://www.chicagoartistsresource.org/calls-for-artists/interfaith-biennial Submission deadline is July 9. Dominican University is pleased to announce its fourth Interfaith Biennial Exhibition. The University’s Interfaith Cooperation Committee is dedicated to representing a welcoming environment on campus […]

The NJ Jewish Standard features 2 of the artists in an article on our exhibition The Invisible Jew. “Local artists exhibit at show where modesty drapes the discussion” BY JOANNE PALMER, June 21, 2018 Modesty — tzniut, to call it by its Hebrew name — is a spiritual value by which all Jews are supposed […]

Shira Hanau’s article in the NY Jewish Week, “A True Representation Of Orthodox Women”, about the lack of representation of women in the media, quotes the curator of our upcoming exhibition. “This dichotomy of having no women in magazines but women all over social media makes the lack of representation of women in the media […]

Article in the New Jersey Jewish News, “A conspicuous absence” discusses our upcoming exhibit “The Invisible Jew” by Debra Rubin. … “Ultra-Orthodox women can feel invisible in their communities. Their photos don’t appear in newspapers or in public announcements, and men make the rules on how they should act, dress, and live. Artists have responded […]

Themes addressed in The Invisible Jew exhibition at Detour Gallery: ERASURE, THE WOMEN’S SECTION / SEPARATION, EMPOWERMENT,  MIKVEH / IMPURITY, PURITY, IDENTITY and INEQUALITY. Detour Gallery, 24 Clay Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701 On view June 24th to July 12th, 2018, Tue-Sat, 9-5, by appointment. Tel. 732-704-3115 Curator: Goldie Gross. Co-curator: Yona Verwer. Curatorial advisor: Faigie Roth. ERASURE   […]

    PM HAS DESIGNS ON ANNA’S WORK. Manchester artist Anna Roberts was surprised and honoured when an Instagram image she had designed was shared on Tuesday by Prime Minister Theresa May. Liverpool-born Anna drew a picture which represented Manchester on the anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Manchester Arena. The 28-year-old said: “I […]

Detour Gallery and the Jewish Art Salon present THE INVISIBLE JEW: the lack of representation of women in orthodox media, the circumstances that allowed it, its consequences, and related issues. Opening Reception June 24, 2018, 3-5 pm DETOUR GALLERY 24 Clay Street Red Bank, NJ 07701 On view June 24th to July 12th, 2018, Tue-Sat, 9-5, by […]

PROTOCOLS is an online quarterly for Jews to create, express, transform, organize, resist, and rebel as Jews.  They welcome submissions of all forms of writing and art for future issues. Issue #3: Borders Issue #4: Pirkei Avot Please send detailed pitches and/or drafts to submissions@prtcls.com with the appropriate subject line (“Borders” or “Pirkei Avot”).   Please send art submissions […]

Thursday’s opening reception of POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence, and its panel discussion, were covered in 3 publications this weekend. NY Jewish Week features Jewish Comic Con Comes To Brooklyn, a 13 minute video by Aaron Herman.  What happens when comics and the Synagogue collide? Jewish Comic Con has come to Brooklyn! The exhibition—which runs through […]

The Jewish Art Salon is accepting submissions for an exhibition at the Manny Cantor Center in NYC, and is inviting artists to submit their work for consideration. Deadline submissions: June 30, 2018. ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF HATE SPEECH EXHIBITION STATEMENT Words have always been a catalyst for civil discord and today hate speech is increasingly prevalent, tearing […]

During the month of March 2019 the Jewish Art Salon will exhibit artworks by its members at two venues in the center of Amsterdam, The Netherlands: the Amstelkerk and Plein van Siena. The Amstelkerk’s exquisite gallery and community center is a well-known and much visited site. The Plein van Siena is a venue centered around […]

After a smashing first year, Sukkahwood is pleased to once again invite artists and designers to re-imagine a “Sukkah” and be part of the “Sukkahwood” outdoor exhibition of temporary dwelling installations. The Jewish Art Salon is a co-sponsor of the event. Sukkahwood‘s values of inclusion are universal and seek to bring together people from all […]

This intern is a junior at Hunter College, NYC. He is a major in studio art (with a focus in photojournalism). He’s got experience in a number of different areas of photography (fashion, journalism, events, fine art) and is looking to gain more experience. He can start anytime, but preferably end of May. Over the […]

LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Art and Culture is a non-religious, Jewish house of study at the 14th Street Y. Its goal is to function as an international incubator for Jewish creativity. Every year LABA selects a group of ten fellows to join them for a yearlong study of classical Jewish texts centered around a […]

The fourth of Iyar, the day preceding Israel’s Independence Day, was declared by the Israeli parliament to be Yom Hazikaron, a Memorial Day for those who lost their lives in the struggle that led to the establishment of the State of Israel. This year it starts at sundown April 17. Andi Arnovitz created a series Mothers […]

Yom HaShoah (יום השואה) in English known as Holocaust Remembrance Day starts April 11 at sundown and ends 24 hours later. The full name of the day commemorating the victims of the Holocaust is “Yom Hashoah Ve-Hagevurah“– literally the “Day of (Remembrance of) the Holocaust and the Heroism.” It is marked on the 27th day in the […]

Architectural Digest online published an article entitled,”7 Chapels designed by Artists” including James Turrell, Louise Nevelson, and Mark Rothko. Our Advisor and artist member Tobi Kahn was featured with EMET, his meditative space created in 2002 for the HealthCare Chaplaincy in New York. Our Advisor Aaron Rosen, who recently curated a large art project in Manhattan, Stations […]

On the eve of Passover, April 19, 1943, Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto staged a now legendary revolt against their Nazi oppressors. Since that day, the deprivation and despair of life in the ghetto and the dramatic uprising of its inhabitants have captured the American cultural imagination. The Warsaw Ghetto in American Art and Culture […]

THE ANOLIC FAMILY AWARDS Established in 1980, the Anolic Family Awards have been given to Jewish artists with a wide array of talents and goals, who have used these awards as an opportunity to further their artistic practice, studies and Jewish cultural knowledge. The Anolic Family Art Awards is now accepting applications for the 2018 […]

The Jewish Art Salon’s exhibition has been reviewed in the Riverdale Press. ‘Jerusalem Between Heaven and Earth’ artists explore duality and context By TIFFANY MOUSTAKAS March 23, 2018 When the word “watershed” comes to mind, one might think of an area that divides water to different rivers. But it means a lot more than that […]

In 2016 the Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery’s inaugural exhibition PASSOVER AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF FREEDOM was conceived and curated by Richard McBee, and co-organized by the Jewish Art Salon. The art investigated some of the most important themes of Passover and its narrative conclusion, Shavuot. The exhibition establishes the vibrancy of contemporary Jewish Art as a primary means of […]

The Jewish Art Salon and Jewish Comic Con present: Panel Discussion: POW!!! The Confluence of Jewish Identity, Comics and Fine Art. In conjunction with the art exhibit POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence. Thursday, April 26 7:45-8:45 PM. Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery 603 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn NY, 11238 Opening Reception Art Exhibit: Thursday, April […]

  In conjunction with Jewish Comic Con and Congregation Kol Israel, The Jewish Art Salon will host the exhibition POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence. Curators: Joel Silverstein, Goldie Gross and Joshua Stulman. This exhibition of 32 international artists highlights the current explosion of comic books with Jewish themes and fine artists who use comics […]

The holiday of Purim begins at sunset on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 and ends at sundown on Thursday, March 1. It marks the Jewish people’s deliverance from a royal death decree around the fourth century BCE, as told in the Book of Esther. There are four observations, also called mitzvah, observed on this day: Public reading […]

For current Jewish Art Salon members only! Deadline March 26, 2018 The Main Street Gallery at Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek in Chester, CT is looking for artists to exhibit starting February 2020. The gallery director asked the Jewish Art Salon to submit a list of artists who are interested. The gallery will review your […]