Tag Archives: Tribeca Synagogue of the Arts

Archie Rand: “The 54 Chapter Paintings”

The Tribeca Synagogue in New York presents an exhibition of The 54 Chapter Paintings by Archie Rand. Each painting is based on the weekly parsha and exhibited in order. Displayed for the first time as a solo exhibition, this body of work was first shown at the Jewish Museum in 1989. On Thursday November 19th the Synagogue […]

FINDING HOME with Siona Benjamin

Finding Home: Parallels in mythology from around the world Jewish Art Salon partners with RJeneration to invite you to this event for you as the writer and teller of your own life story. No artistic experience necessary. This lecture and workshop will bridge world mythologies to individual stories. Siona Benjamin, a painter from Bombay, living in the US, […]

Two Artists Address Difficult Issues In Tribeca Exhibit

By Caroline Lagnado, 10/29/2013 Tribeca’s Synagogue for the Arts, which is an architectural masterwork itself, is hosting a new exhibit in its downstairs gallery space, featuring work by Yona Verwer, a Dutch-born, New York-based artist and Heather Stoltz, also a New York artist. Each looks to the topic of vulnerability in New York City. Verwer, co-founder and co-president […]

JAS SESSION Tribeca Synagogue for the Arts

3 Artist Presentations and 2 Art Exhibits Tribeca Synagogue For The Arts Gallery 49 White Street, New York, NY 10013 Thursday, October 17, 2013 6-7 PM Opening Reception  “City Charms & Sewing Stories”, art exhibits by Heather Stoltz and Yona Verwer. 7-8 PM Artists Presentation, hosted by the Jewish Art Salon. Presenters: Marisa Scheinfeld and […]