Happy 2019! Celebrating last year’s highlights

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:


Performance by Florence Nasar at The Invisible Jew exhibition, Detour Gallery, NJ.
organized or co-sponsored by us

Convivio panel                                            Interfaith art discussion at Art Stations


The Salon has been featured in many articles this year.NY Jewish Week ‘Echoes’ Of Dutch Anti-Semitism, Then And Now, by Sandee Brawarsky, December 26, 2018

Hartford Courant An Artistic Argument For Veganism At Charter Oak by Susan Dunne, October 11, 2018

Jewish& More than Superman: Jewish and Latinx Comics by Julian Voloj, October 9, 2018

NJ Jewish Standard How to be a vegan Jewish artist by Abigail Klein-Leichman, October 4, 2018

NY Jewish Week / JOFA Blog New Art Exhibit Highlights Increasing Invisibility of Orthodox Women In Media by Leah Finkelshteyn, July 11, 2018

NY Jewish Week A True Representation Of Orthodox Women by Shira Hanau, June 13, 2018

NJ Jewish News A conspicuous absence by Debra Rubin, June 11, 2018

Jewish Telegraph PM Has Designs on Anna’s Work May 25, 2018

Jerusalem Post New York, Nu York: The Con at the Cong by Ellen Levitt, April 30, 2018

NY Jewish Week Jewish Comic Con Comes To Brooklyn by Aaron Herman, April 27, 2018

Bleeding Cool News Jewish Comic Con Celebrates 2nd Event Alongside Art Exhibition by Jason Borelli, April 27, 2018

The Riverdale Press Jewish Art at a Watershed Moment by Tiffany Moustakas, March 23, 2018

NJ Jewish Standard Israel’s Turning 70! by Joanne Palmer, March 1, 2018

Times of Israel Blog Schachter’s Manifesto by Richard McBee, February 19, 2018

NJ Jewish Standard From Jerusalem to Riverdale by Joanne Palmer, February 15, 2018