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Opening Reception September 8 6 – 8pm ~ Artist’s Talk: 7pm Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art Gallery Hours Monday – Thursday: 10:00am-4:00pm Friday: 10:00am-2:00pm (And by appointment) Hours are subject to change: please call 215-627-6747 to confirm Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art Congregation Rodeph Shalom 615 North Broad Street (at Mount Vernon) Philadelphia, PA 19123 […]

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By Ezra Glinter and Nate Lavey originally published on The Arty Semite Photo by Ahron D. Weiner In 2004, photographer Ahron D. Weiner took his first trip to the gravesite of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov in Uman, Ukraine. Before his death in 1810, Nachman is said to have promised that if his followers came to his […]

Next Year in Uman

4, Apr 2011

By SUDINmag | Tweet Next Year in Uman: A Journey to the Ukraine Photographs by Ahron D. Weiner April 7 – August 16, 2011 Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art Congregation Rodeph Shalom 615 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA Opening reception: April 7th, 6-8pm Aritst’s Talk: 7pm Gallery Hours Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm Fri 10am-2pm Exhibition Organized by […]

By SUDINmag | Tweet MARCH 6TH –MAY 8TH, 2011 OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, March 17TH THE BOROWSKY GALLERY 401 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 5:30-7:30pm FREE

Shabbat Gallery Hop

14, Mar 2011

Old City Jewish Art Center (Philadelphia, PA) By An Art Museum a Week | Tweet On the first Friday of every month, the epicenter of the Philadelphia art scene in Old City plays host to “First Friday”. Many of the superb little galleries in Old City (Philadelphia’s historic section) keep their doors open until 9 […]

By SUDINmag | Tweet This week the Conference of American Jewish Museums was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania uniting museum directors, curators, and artists from across the country. The Jewish Art Salon gave a special presentation for the members of the conference hosted at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art.  The panel, “A New Creative Spirit” […]