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Born in 1958 and based in Brisbane, California (San Francisco Bay Area), Beth Grossman holds a Master’s degree from New York University Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY.

Beth Grossman has exhibited in solo shows at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Ellis Island Immigration Museum in New York City and The Nat’l Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia among others.

Selected solo exhibitions:

All the rest is commentary: An Interfaith Exploration of the Golden Rule at the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan.
Our Mother Mary Found: the Story of the Virgin Mary as a Jewish Mother at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.
The Sabbath has Kept the Jews: Interpretation of Jewish Ritual at the Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary’s College.
Passages: Jewish Women’s Immigration and Family History, a 12 year traveling exhibit to Jewish and historical museums in the USA.

Selected group shows:

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here at the Center for Book Arts, New York, NY.
Do Not Destroy: Art Trees and Jewish Thought at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA.
As it is Written: Project 304,905 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA.
Dreams for a Pure River at the Geumgang Nature Art Biennale Special Exhibition Hall of the National Museum, Gongju, South Korea, Pensieri d’arte at Galleria Scoglio di Quarto, Milan, Italy.


The Jerome Foundation, the Avery Arts Foundation, the Peninsula Community Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, Invoking the Pause Foundation, among others.
She also received the Contemporary Jewish Museum Audience Choice First Place Award for her artwork in Do Not Destroy: Art Trees and Jewish Thought.


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