RENEWAL For previously selected Fellows only.

We currently do not accept new Fellow members.

For new applications please visit the Associates page.


Membership Fee $60 (Renewals and previous Fellows only)

January-December 31, 2017. (Renewals July-December are $40).

Payment options:

Check: Jewish Art Salon, 1324 Lexington Avenue, UPS Box #120, New York, N.Y. 10128-1145, USA

Paypal: We now have a new recurring payment option that bills yearly. For members applying past June 2017, you will be charged $40 for the rest of the year and may have to manually renew just once in December 2017 or January 2018. Click the button below to begin.

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The Fellowship is reserved for accomplished artists, evidenced by the quality of your work, your exhibition record, or both.

Benefits include:

  • Exhibition opportunities. 
  • Your name and website linked from the Artists Directory; contact information and 3 art images posted. Includes 6 keywords that describe your art, themes and media.
  • Referrals to curators, collectors, galleries, museums and publications.
  • Invitation to the JAS Presenters Bureau.
  • Your events & openings listed on our Social Media.

Updating your photos and bio: 

Email jasmembership@gmail.com (NOT to jewishartsalon@gmail.com or jas@jewishartsalon.org) with the following:

  • 3-4 Jpegs with your name & title of work, e.g. 1.Weiss_Sukkot.jpeg, 2.Weiss_Passover.jpeg
  • Size of jpegs: 72 dpi, between 100 – 200 kb
  • In the email body list the info on the jpegs by number, so we know which title etc. goes with which image. (title, medium)
  • New bio text inside the email body, not an attachment
  • Bio written in 3rd person. No unnecessary Caps. We reserve the right to edit your bio.


We currently do not accept new applications for Fellowship,  only renewals of previously selected Fellows.

Please apply as an Associate. 


In addition to our own exhibits, we have assisted with (out-of-town) artists’ work being exhibited at the Mizel Museum, Denver CO; The New Museum, NYC; Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art; Reginald Lewis Museum, Baltimore MD; Stanback Museum, Synagogue for the Arts, NYC; the Educational Alliance, NYC; the Museum of Imajewnation, the Westchester JCC, Pratt Center’s Hadas Gallery, Brooklyn NY; BEKI, New Haven CT; the Center for Jewish Arts & Literacy, Blank Rome, Philadelphia; Vivant Art, Philadelphia; Industry City Gallery, Brooklyn, Vancouver JCC & others.
We have helped many artists get published in the press, both online and hard copy. Publications have included Bar-Ilan Journal of Jewish Art, Art Criticism, Sh’ma Now Journal, NY Jewish Week, Jewish Press, Haaretz, Zeek, Lilith Magazine, CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly (Arts Issue), Queens Journal of Jewish Studies, Jewish Currents, Jewish Exponent & more.


    1. Bonnie Winkelman · ·

      If I join now as an associate, is my membership only through December ? How can I get an Associate membership with a photo of my art?


      1. Yes memberships go by year or half year. You are welcome to wait until January.
        Not sure what you mean by “How can I get an Associate membership with a photo of my art?”.
        Please email jewishartsalon@gmail.com with any further questions. Thank you!


  1. Just for clarification: Do we need to make a payment just to be considered to become a Fellow? If we are not accepted as a Fellow is our money returned? Or does our payment automatically allow us to become a Fellow? How do we become a member?


    1. Roger,

      I will email you regarding this.

      Liked by 1 person

    2. Roger,
      Sorry but I did not see your comment until now.
      We currently do not accept Fellows, only Associates.
      Fellow applications are vetted, but have no time for this at the moment.
      Please see this link for Associates membership info: https://jewishartsalon.org/associates/
      Thank you for your interest.
      -Yona Verwer, President, Jewish Art Salon


  2. I await your reply. . . .


    1. I just replied to your previous question. Sorry about the delay.


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