The Teitelbaum Family Center for the Arts presents rotating exhibitions that explore Jewish culture, values and our community at large by showcasing a wide variety of mediums. All exhibits are free of charge and open to the public. For more information, contact Shir Gal Kochavi, Cultural Arts Director, at email@example.com or 408.357.7492.
Jews of Color: A Renaissance
July 12th-September 12th
Ten large canvasses by Oakland painter Sam Renaissance, paired with Bryan Schwartz’s photos from the “Jews of Color” exhibition that inspired them. Each takes a fresh approach to the question of diversity. Mr. Renaissance, who himself is African-American and not Jewish, was captivated by the photographs’ challenge to stereotypes both of Jews and of communities of color, and hopes the exhibit will create a new paradigm in art and in people’s thinking about religion and race.
In the JCC’s 2nd floor art gallery hallway. Free.
Knitzvah - 10th Anniversary
September 14th-October 28th
Exquisite handcrafted items from Knitzvah members who knit, crochet, and sew blankets, caps, toys and more for people in need. Knitzvah--knitting for a mitzvah--is a program of Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley.
An opening event will take place on September 18th, 11am-1pm.
The JCC’s 2nd floor art gallery hallway. Free.
The APJCC Teilbaum Family Center for the Arts accepts submissions year round for multi media artwork including but not limited to painting, drawing, sculpture, tapestry and photography. Submitted artwork will be reviewed by our Cultural Arts Committee and kept on file for possible future shows. There is no fee for submissions. You will be contacted by the JCC directly if selected for a possible exhibition. Please send artist bio/history along with at least 3 images showcasing your work to firstname.lastname@example.org Please include information as to your interest in presenting at the APJCC.
All of the 2015-16 Art Exhibitions are made possible, in part, by a gift from Cookie Addison & Family.
All Cultural Arts programs at the APJCC are made possible, in part, by generous contributions from Sylvia & Leonard Metz, Doris & Rick Davis, and Bill Lister.
TThe APJCC is proud to be a part of the Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood, co-funded by the Koret Foundation, Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture, the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley, and other generous supporters.