Current Exhibitions

Re-Art: The Many Faces of Israel

Exhibition Opening: November 16, 5:30pm

On Display: November 16, 2017 – January 7, 2018

Five artists each from Netanya, Israel and Cincinnati have collaborated to create this unique exhibition that explores the theme, The Many Faces of Israel. This exhibition is a Partnership2Gether (P2G) program of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati presented in collaboration with Cincinnati Skirball Museum.

Re-Art Panel Discussion

December 3, 1:00pm

Mayerson Hall

Join the artists behind the Re-Art Exhibition for a discussion across two cultures about Israel, art, and the process of re-arting. The ten artists from Cincinnati and Netanya who created and re-created the 70 works of art in this unique exhibit will peel back the layers of their work, exposing their personal 70 Faces of Israel. From inspiration to collaboration, all ten artists have a story to tell about their interaction with each other’s work and their connection to Israel.

Re-Art is a Partnership2Gether (P2G) program of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati in partnership with The Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Skirball Museum in celebration of Israel at 70.

 

 

Drawing from the B’nai B’rith Klutznick Collection

Exhibition Opening: December 4, 5pm

On Display: December 4, 2017 – January 7, 2018

Drawing from the B’nai B’rith Klutznick Collection, a selection of 18 acrylic and colored pencil drawings inspired by Judaica from the Klutznick collection by world-renowned Jewish artist Mark Podwal.

 

 

 

An Eternal People: The Jewish Experience

An Eternal People educates and enlightens, tugs at the heart and awakens conscience as it explores the cultural heritage of the Jewish People. The core exhibit presents over 300 fascinating artifacts - artwork, textiles, decorative arts, jewelry, memorabilia and Near Eastern Antiquities - beautifully reliving and reflecting significant periods of the Jewish experience. The museum's permanent exhibit comprises seven thematic galleries that portray the cultural, historical and religious heritage of the Jewish people.