Posts Tagged ‘Jewish Artist Groups

With Executive Director, Ram Ozeri Hosted by Jewish Art Now & The JCC in Manhattan. Co-sponsored by Jewish Art Salon and Creative Soul. Introducing the Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art 2015 Open Call for artists and curators. Find out about BIENNALE2015, meet the executive director Ram Ozeri, network with potential collaborators, and have a […]

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Today, AMALIA (Advancing Mother Artists Living in Asiyah/Action) announces their launch and inaugural campaign. By giving to the campaign you help Jewish mothers gain the time and support to create new and exciting art that reflects the freedom and unity of the Jewish people. AMALIA’s goal is to provide financial and moral support of Jewish […]

Art Kibbutz NY, an international Jewish artist residency program, has announced that after doing pop-up residencies for the past three years, they have now received a donation in the form of a property in New York City and is looking to raise $26,000 in order to sign their lease. Art Kibbutz was founded as a […]

Professional artists of the Liberal Jewish Community Amsterdam show their works Opening on Friday 5 September 21.15u LJG- Zuidelijke Wandelweg 41 – AMSTERDAM About the Artists (Dutch, English translation below):

This Sunday August 3rd at 3 p.m. opens The Jewish Waltz with Planet Earth, an environmental/land art exhibit by Art Kibbutz, on New York’s Governors Island – Colonel’s Row 407A. Curated by Jewish Art Salon‘s director Yona Verwer, the exhibit features Jewish responses to nature, food security, farming, and sustainable development. These works were created […]

June 30th-July 3rd, 2014 Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Falls Village, CT Curated by Jewish Art Now Celebrate and participate in the vibrant infusion of creativity and artistic engagement in a diverse, eco-conscious Jewish community. ArtFest offers a wildly diverse array of opportunities to learn about, create, and engage with the emerging universe of Jewish […]

Artist profile by Yehudis Barmatz. Motta Brim: Born in Jerusalem, 1959. Lives and works in Beitar Illit. The life of a Hassidic man, family and community oriented, is quite domestic. Often this is overlooked by the world at large. But this introverted reflection and domesticity inspired Motta Brim’s new and original works in a recent […]

Study Jewish sacred texts as a springboard to artistic creation. Join a community of artists who find inspiration in their heritage. Be a part of a non-denominational study/creative group, a new community, formed by you. Text study lead by Jane Shapiro. Artist direction lead by Judith Joseph. 6 Thursday mornings, 9:45- 11:45 a.m. June 26, […]

The Creative Soul Opens in Brooklyn By Sara Trappler-Spielman for the Wall Street Journal On a recent Thursday evening, a group of Hasidic women gathered for an unusual celebration. They sang traditional melodies and talked about attaining freedom through mystical teachings, all to the beat of African drums inside a gallery located in Crown Heights—far […]