Video link in bio. @doritjordan presenting at the panel “Jewish Discourse in Contemporary Art”, chaired by David Sperber, PhD.
Tisha B'Av: Three tapestries by @berit_engen in the series inspired by Eicha: Sounds of Wailing and a Glimpse of Return
@markpodwal For Tisha B'Av, @tabletmag posted Cynthia Ozick's poem "The Gnat Who Tormented Titus" along with his ink drawing illustration. Neither had been previously published. The drawing had been exhibited at Yeshiva University Museum in its Arch of Titus exhibition.
Anti-semitism at the Documenta 15: the line between freedom of speech and hate speech.
@denaeber's photos from Bere'shith, her upcoming book project, shown at our Art Critiques tonight.
ART CRITIQUES on Zoom Tuesday Aug. 2 with artists Judith Appleton, Dena Elber, Selena Rojhani @judithyehuditvideopainter @denaeber @selenarojhanifineart
CALL FOR ART: @sukkahwood is calling for artists for its fourth year of pop-up Sukkah installations in upper Manhattan. See the link in their bio or on our website to apply! $1,500 stipend, July 29 deadline.
The @jewishmuseumvienna’s exhibition Love Me Kosher continues until mid-November.
Call for Presenters: Anti-Semitism at Documenta 15
Now available to pre-order! “Jewish Women in Comics: Bodies & Borders” to be published by Syracuse University Press in November 2022.
Linda Lieff Altabef at the @kolhaot gallery in Jerusalem.
"Spiritual pixels: reconciling Judaism and NFTs - Exporting cultural richness online through the worlds of Torah and NFTs".
@hyperallergic features an article by @amy_levinekennedy on @tobikahnstudio 's current solo exhibitions.
Last Sunday at our Zoom Art Critiques: Carol Man's artworks.
Yesterday's Zoom Art Critiques: @ali.shrago.spechler's Attempt at Atonement, video shot at German Nazi theater.
TODAY! ART CRITIQUES
Sunday June 12: Last day at @81leonardgallery for the exhibition PAUSE: Jewish Heritage Month.
@81leonardgallery and Jewish Art Salon present the art exhibition PAUSE
jewishartsalon Jews around the world are finishing their Shavuot celebrations, marking the day the Torah was received as a nation.