Art Exhibitions

March 11 – April 28, 2018

Mumsy
featuring work by Sonya Berlovitz

Sonya Berlovitz’s exquisite exhibition, Mumsy, features multi-media works, designed to represent the many ways she perceives her mother’s life. The multi-textural quality of the work is a testimonial to the complexity, colorfulness and depth of her character.

RESCHEDULED Reception: April 25

5 – 7 PM
Featuring excerpts and readings from Familie
by Sonya Berlovitz, Barbra Berlovitz and Jennie Berlovitz

Free and open to the public.

Artists Bios

March 15 – April 26, 2018

Im/migration and The Other
featuring work by Pamela Gaard, Steve Ozone & Susan Weinberg

This exhibit features captivating photographs and paintings of local immigrants, refugees and those who are considered outsiders by society. Pamela Gaard, Steve Ozone & Susan Weinberg document the faces and identities of these brave individuals and explore how their experiences have shaped their personal and cultural identities.

“You just know that you are a secondhand kind of person, and certain fields, certain places, you will never be able to get to.”
— An immigrant from the former Soviet Union

Closing Reception: April 26

6 – 8 pm

Artists Bios

Related Event:

Rimon Artist Salon presents:
A Life in Transit: Immigration Through an Artist’s Lens

The plight of immigrants and the challenges they face is one of the defining stories of our times. Writer/painter Susan Weinberg and photographer Steve Ozone have created bodies of work that frame the connections between immigrants and their environments. This Salon, moderated by photographer Linda Brooks, uncovers how artists can provoke unexpected insights into questions of identity.

March 18 @ 2:00 pm
Cost: $12 ($6: ages 36 and under)

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May 6 – June 10, 2018

Israel@70: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
presented by PARTNERSHIP 2GETHER

A collaboration between Sister Cities Minneapolis and Rehovot, this partnership pairs an artist from each city, using numerous communication platforms to discuss shared topics explored by the group. The artwork created for this exhibition is a result of their various dialogues. The exhibition will be on display locally and in Rehovot.

MINNEAPOLIS ARTISTS: Carolyn Light Bell, Lucy Rose Fischer, Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin, Sid Konikoff, Meryll Page, Paula Leiter Pergament, Phil Rosenbloom, Jan Rubenstein, Bonnie Rubinstein, Judy Snitzer, Susan Weinberg

REHOVOT ARTISTS: Zippi Blumenfeld, Daniella Danker, Irene Dym, Mazal Elghazar, Erella Kedem, Sabina Schkolnik Saad, Ori Sasson, Ruth Uhlmann, Rivka Uziel, Cheryl Locketz Veiner, Joelle Zajfman

For more information please visit www.p2gx.com.

Reception: June 5

6 – 8 PM
with visiting Israeli musician Shuly Natan
Free and open to the public.

June 21 – August 23, 2018

Crossing The Threshold
Featuring work by the Jewish Artists’ Laboratory

The Jewish Artists’ Laboratory, now in its sixth year, explores specific themes through study and art making, bringing together a diverse group of artists who have an interest in the relationship between Jewish thought and creativity.

This year, nearly 35 artists spent eight months studying and exploring the theme of Crossing the Threshold. This topic presented a multitude of opportunities to explore how thresholds are reflected in Jewish rituals and holidays, and the significance of Jewish rituals and holidays, and the significance of thresholds in its many forms. This exhibit showcases a large array of media and subject matter around this expansive theme.

ARTISTS INCLUDE: Susan Armington, Robyn Awend (Lab Coordinator), Carolyn Light Bell, Jordyn Feiger Bomberg, Jaymee Chanen, Gloria Cooper, Toni Dachis, Sandra Felemovicius, Suzanne Fenton, Jonathan Gross, Rani Halpern, Bonnie Heller, Ann Ginsburgh-Hofkin, Sylvia Horwitz, Sheri Klein, Anita Konikoff, Alison Morse, Gayle Novick, Dina O’Sullivan, Diane Pecoraro, Paula Leiter Pergament, Kris Prince, Sarah Routman, Jan Rubenstein, David Sherman, Noam Sienna, Aaron Silver, Diane Silverman, Judy Snitzer, Susan Weinberg (Resident Writer), Rochelle Woldorsky, Sharon Zweigbaum

In partnership with The Midwest Jewish Artists’ Lab and Beth El Synagogue. Generously supported by The Covenant Foundation.

Reception: Thursday, June 21

6 – 8 PM
Artist Presentations: 7 PM
Free and open to the public.