Tuesday, March 24, 2015

TRIFECTA: Art Show links 3 non-profits!

It opens May 6.... click on this link or cut and paste it into your browser.....All the details are here!


ORA artists are so proud to be hosted by Geezer Gallery and ArtistsRepertory Theater..

Jamison Restaurant has joined in a sweet package deal so you can enjoy an amazing dinner, come to the theater, meet artists, BUY art, see the play.... OH WHAT A SWEET DEAL!

More information will be posted here soon....but why wait? Check out the link!

Monday, March 16, 2015

J.A.M. was Sweet!

This year's Jewish Arts Month (JAM) celebration was a huge success!  Four weeks of rotating art exhibits in the beautiful lobby of Mittleman Jewish Community Center brought together artists, patrons, staffers, and JCC members for a joyous sharing of art.

Great thank-you wishes go out to our dedicated artists, generous patrons, wonderful JCC staff, and our hard-working director of this event.  Chazak!

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

JAM is Happening NOW!!

Jewish Arts Month (JAM) is on a roll!  A whirlwind series of week-long art displays in the lobby of Mittleman Jewish Community Center.  See the work up-close, talk to the artist on duty, buy something special for your home.

Week #1 was March 1-6, featuring the works of Barbara Berger, Bob Brenner, Glenn Decherd, and Sharon Segal.

Week #2 is almost over, featuring the works of Michelle Katz, Jane Means, Diane Moeglein, Brauna Ritchie, and Diane Russell.

Week # 3 begins this Sunday, March 15th, featuring the works of Victoria Epstein, Laura Fendel, Ros Kane, Esther Liberman, and Eddy Shuldman.

There will be a featured artist in week #4, to be announced soon.

A portion of all sales during Jewish Arts Month benefit Mittleman JCC.

Monday, March 9, 2015

Gearing up for the Trifecta!

Trifecta is the name of our upcoming Art Exhibit and Sale at ART Theater in conjunction with Geezer Gallery. Three non-profit groups have joined forces to celebrate art in it's many glorious forms.

Pictured above is sculptor and silk artist Diane Fredgant and blacksmith artist Nitzan Lilie posing with their amazing work. One hundred pounds of steel (no welding!!!!!) have been crafted into a metal dance with sculpted alabaster.  You will just have to come see it in person, to believe it! The show will open in May...We'll post more information in the coming weeks!