The Jewish Art Salon (New York)

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

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(The artist travels, 2006 by Shoshannah Brombacher, one of the participants of the Jewish Art Salon)

"The Jewish Art Salon (New York) is an open and unique inter-disciplinary group of artists. We meet informally once every four weeks to discuss our work, life, the Jewish themes inherent in our work and the multiplicity of impetus and inspiration for our work. We engage in interactive dialogues that address important and provocative issues facing our society.
We are dedicated to the preservation of an open forum where all opinions and viewpoints are listened to and respected. Together, we are working to create a Jewish art community where work and issues are discussed and information and resources are shared.
Seeing a need for such a forum, Yona Verwer, visual artist, and Holly Wolf, writer, convened the group along with co-founders Laura Kruger, curator of the HUC-JIR Museum, Richard McBee, visual artist and art critic, and David Wander, visual artist."

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