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The Jewish Art Salon is the largest global group of artists & art professionals in Jewish visual arts.
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CALL for ART!
Theme: ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS.
Deadline Dec 31. NYC exhibit.

Curated by Julie Seidman, +Joel Silverstein & +Aimee Rubensteen
Organized by the Jewish Art Salon ow.ly/9bzC305eat2

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Today opens our exhibit JOMIX - Jewish Comics; Art & Derivation

Exhibition and panel discussion at the Jacobson JCC in East Hills, Long Island, NY

Curated by +Joel Silverstein, +Richard McBee & +Aimee Rubensteen



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ARt, ARchitecture & AR: AUGMENTED REALITY & JEWISH ART

Interactive exhibition by Cynthia Beth Rubin & +Yona Verwer 

Art Kibbutz, Nolan Park, Building 6B, Governors Island

SUNDAYS Aug 28, Sept 4, 11, 18, 11-6

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High Holiday exhibit in Los Angeles by the Jewish Art Salon and the Jewish Artists Initiative.
USC Hillel Gallery Aug 15-Nov 21.
OPENING RECEPTION September 21, 2016 #jewish   #jewishart   #highholidays  

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CALL for HIGH HOLIDAY ART.
Exhibit at the USC Hillel in Los Angeles this Fall.
For current Jewish Art Salon members only.
Curated by +Richard McBee  and +Aimee Rubensteen 
http://ow.ly/p89s300pUzy

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Join us March 12 at 8 pm for our Passover exhibit opening!
Organized by the  Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery and the Jewish Art Salon.

Exhibit on view until June 25, 2016.

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We partnered with the Anne Frank Center USA to present:

LETTERS FROM MY GRANDPARENTS: THE ART OF RUTH SCHREIBER.

On view Tuesdays-Saturdays 10-5 until April 15, 2016.

44 Park Place, New York, NY, between Church St. and West Broadway.

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THE JEW AS THE “OTHER”, Art Exhibition at the YIDDISH NEW YORK Festival.
Organized & Curated by 3 Jewish art Salon members: Tine Kindermann, Deborah Ugoretz, & Yona Verwer.

Wednesday, December 23 – Wednesday, December 30, 2015, 3-7:30 pm

Opening reception  Wednesday, December 23  from 5:00-8:00 PM.

Abrazo Interno Gallery, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street, New York NY.

From the myth of Salome, the quintessential femme fatale, over the romanticized belle Juive, the beautiful Jewess, exemplified as Rebecca in Sir Walter Scott’s “Ivanhoe” to the dangerously attractive Jewish man, caricatured in anti-Semitic Nazi Germany pamphlets, Jews have been portrayed as mysterious and provocative.

What is it that makes being Jewish so exotic and appealing? There is no one answer. This exhibit shows artwork dealing with the issue of being exotic within the context of history and experience.

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Our CALL for ART: PASSOVER theme for Brooklyn exhibit.

Expressions of interest need to be submitted before December 1.

Actual artwork submissions between Dec 1 and January 16, 2016

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Don't miss this exciting session with one of Israel's premier artists!
December 3 at the Y.U. Museum.
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