Tag Archives: Contemporary Jewish Art

CREATIVITY IN AN UNCERTAIN TIME: OUTLIERS IN THE PICTURE

JAS OPEN STUDIOS ZOOM PROGRAMS CONTINUE! Tuesday, October 20 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9:00 AM PT, 7 PM Jerusalem Lengthy social isolation during this period of pandemic has resulted in dramatic, life altering shifts. Join us for the next session of Jewish Art Salon’s OPEN STUDIOS as we explore the current work […]

There’s Plenty of Significant Contemporary Jewish Art Hiding in Plain Sight

You won’t find much of it at the Jewish Museum, but a vibrant Jewish art culture does exist—and needs support. Richard McBee, in a response to recent articles in Mosaic about New York’s Jewish Museum, poses the question: what would an ideal New York Jewish Museum look like? … “But, I can hear readers asking: where is […]

Image, Action, and Idea in Contemporary Jewish Art by Ben Schachter

Our Advisor and blogger Ben Schachter has an exciting new book out: Image, Action, and Idea in Contemporary Jewish Art (Dimyonot) is published by Penn State University Press and available here and on Amazon. NYC Book Event: Thursday, February 8, 2018, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Yeshiva University Museum – Kovno Room What does Jewish art look, sound […]

Jewish Art Salon rockets to Teaneck

Joanne Palmer wrote an in-depth article about the Jewish Art Salon, its mission, and its upcoming exhibition at the Jerusalem Biennale. Quotes by Archie Rand, Miriam Stern, Joel Silverstein,  and Yona Verwer.   … Other questions that hover over any discussion of Jewish art also are the very basic ones: What is Jewish art? What is […]