Posts Tagged ‘NYC

Lacey Schwartz, National Outreach Director / New York Regional Director for Be’Chol Lashon, an organization committed to raising awareness of the global diversity of Judaism, has just released her film ‘Little White Lie‘ to broader theaters after many successful festival appearances. The documentary tells Lacey’s own story of growing up in a typical upper-middle-class Jewish […]

September 24-Oct 18 David Wander, David Strauss, David Friedman Reception Monday Oct 13 6:30-9:30pm Tribeca Synagogue Gallery Space 49 White Street, NYC

As the Holiday of Sukkot approaches the Creative Soul is gearing up to host it’s annual community exhibition. Oct 12 – Nov 2, 2014 Opening Reception: Sunday Oct 12, 8pm (See below for additional events) The Creative Soul Gallery 386 Kingston Ave in the heart of Chassidic Brooklyn. Everyone is invited to celebrate the diverse […]

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 […]

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 […]

Beacon Arts and Beacon Hebrew Alliance will contemplate and celebrate universal themes of ephemerality and transience in Open to the Sky: The Beacon Sukkah Project, which will be at Polhill Park in Beacon, NY (by the Beacon Visitors’ Center) from October 8-16. It will be a large wood sukkah (16×32 feet) with artwork (perhaps yours?) […]

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 […]

Including the work of Siona Benjamin

BE! (הְוֵי) Installations, sculptures, and video work by Sara Erenthal. Curated by Marine Cornuet. Gallery hours: Thu-Friday 5-7pm, Sat 2-8pm, Sun 3-6pm Opening Reception: August 21, 2014, 6pm-9pm On View: August 21, 2014 – September 13, 2014 SoapBox Gallery 636 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY. More on