CAJM Galleries ... and Elsewhere

Fran Gallun at PMJA

  The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, located within historic  
  Congregation Rodeph Shalom, is dedicated to exhibiting
  contemporary art that illuminates the Jewish experience. Since 1975,
  the PMJA has organized solo and group exhibitions of work in the
broadest range of mediums by artists of diverse backgrounds. (Image: Mixed-media painting by Fran Gallun from "Imagined Israel."

Charach, Women VILocated in the D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building of the JCC of Metropolitan Detroit, the Janice Charach Gallery hosts exhibitions of Jewish art and works by Jewish artists. Exhibitions feature glass, ceramics, multi-media, painting, fiber arts, photography and more.  Educational programs are also offered. As a tribute to Janice Charach's relationship with the College for Creative Studies, the Gallery also hosts annual shows in cooperation with CCS. (Image: Recent "Women VI" exhibition)

JCC in Manhattan Rick Guidotti  The Laurie M. Tisch Gallery at the JCC in Manhattan is a versatile exhibition
  space dedicated to the promotion of multi-disciplinary exhibits that offer
  new perspectives on the rich history and values of the community. The
  gallery hosts five to six exhibitions every year, each one running for
  approximately two to three months. Exhibits range from solo artist shows to
  historical multi-media exhibits and touring shows from museums and
  galleries around the world. (Image: Rick Guidotti photograph from "Positive Exposure: The Spirit of Difference")

Koffler, Word CountKoffler Centre of the Arts in Toronto, Ontario is a Jewish cultural institution with a broad mandate to serve all, and present a wide range of artistic programs through a global lens in a specifically Canadian context. The Koffler's mission is to bring people together through arts and culture to create a more civil and global society. Exhibits and installations have recently taken place in a variety of offsite locations, while work continues on a new 40,000-square-foot building. (Image: Corwyn Lund's "Word Count")