New Works by Fellows of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab

Jewish Art Salon members Dorit Jordan Dotan, Joyce Polance, and Alan Hobscheid will exhibit work in “Outside Inside”

Exploring Boundaries and Otherness

Sunday, September 17, 2017 to Sunday, January 7, 2018


New Works by Fellows of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab

Outside Inside: Exploring Boundaries and Otherness displays new works created by Spertus Institute’s second cohort of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab. This year-long initiative brought together twelve distinguished local artists for workshops, study, and critiques. During the course of the program, each participant created an artwork or series around the theme of boundaries.

The artists selected to participate in the second Chicago cohort of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab are (J.A.Salon members in bold):

Stewart Cherlin   Alan Hobscheid   Julie Cowan    Suzanne Horwitz   Dorit Jordan Dotan   Sandra Perlow   Gabrielle Egnater   Joyce Polance  Peter N Gray   Charles Rice   Charlotte Hart   Pauline L. Silberman

Inside by Dorit Jordan Dotan, 2017, New Media

 

The Midwest Jewish Artists Lab is generously supported by a grant from the Covenant Foundation.

 

Hatafat Dam: Columbus Park by Alan Hobscheid, 2017, Digital Image

 

Joyce Polance, Lost, oil on canvas, 2016

 

 

 

More info here:

http://www.spertus.edu/programs-events/boundaries-otherness

 

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