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visual arts

Current Exhibits

CURRENT EXHIBITS:
THE GALLERY AT THE J

If you have questions or would like to purchase any of the artwork, please contact Deanna Di Lello, Coordinator of Adult Art and Culture.

Pottery

POTTERY

Enjoy professional instruction in a small group environment. Learn wheel and hand-building techniques, including pinch pot, coil and slab methods. Open to participants of varying levels.  Beginners welcome.

 

Welcome back to Pottery at the J! This fall we are offering classes for youth and adults. 

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Pottery (for adults)

Adults learn wheel and hand building techniques, including pinch pot, coil and slab methods. Open to participants of varying levels and beginners. 

Art Lectures and Discussions

ART LECTURES & DISCUSSIONS

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The Art of Passover

Presented by Jewish Art Education (JAE)

Learn about some of the Judaica and art objects associated with the Jewish holiday Passover, including artworks from the ancient city Dura-Europos, seder plates from around the world, images from the celebrated illuminated Birds Head, Golden and Sarajevo Haggadot, works from Jewish artists such as Bernard Picart, Moritz Oppenheim, El Lissitzky, Zeev Raban, Marc Chagall and Reuven Rubin, a huge American Matzo painting, and the Maxwell House Haggadah. Guest speaker: art historian Nancy Kotz

Receptions

RECEPTIONS

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Pottery (for youth)

Get creative and make fun, functional projects using pinch pot, coil and slab techniques. Includes materials and firings. For ages 6-12.  

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Annual Beverley Fingerhut Memorial Lecture: Tamara de Lempicka - Art Deco Diva

Tamara de Lempicka's story is one of self-invention. From her beginnings as a Jewish aristocratic fugitive from the Russian Revolution, to taking Paris by storm as a successful artist living on her own terms, Lempicka became an icon of the Roaring Twenties. Bohemian and bisexual, her unique style reflected the shifting morals of the age, representative of the decadent European elite, boldly celebrating female sexuality. Few artists embody an epoch as completely - a true Art Deco diva. Presented in partnership with The Women’s Art Association of Canada. Generously sponsored by the Fingerhut/Metcalfe family. Guest speaker: Alexandra Epps, arts lecturer, official guide and lecturer at Tate Modern and Tate Britain

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I Made It Out of Clay - Shabbat! (for youth)

Join us for a hands-on holiday pottery workshop for youth ages 6-12. In this two-part workshop, kids will build their own unique candle holders, ritual cups and challah (bread) plates for Shabbat, the Jewish Sabbath. 

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