Past Exhibitions

Blessings: A Continual Thread

October 30-December 19, 2016

Familian Campus, Platt/Borstein Galleries

Featuring artwork from the following artists:
Melinda Smith Altshuler
Laurie Gross
Robin Jones
Elisha Schaefer
Mary Beth Schwartzenberger
Jana Zimmer

Curator: Georgia Freedman-Harvey

The community is welcome to attend two free events in celebration of this exhibit:

Opening Reception
Sunday, November 6, 2016, from 11am – 1pm

Special Event
Sunday, December 11, 2016, from 3-5pm
Burton Sperber Jewish Community Library, AJU Familian Campus

Artists Laurie Gross and Robin Jones discuss finding blessings in expected and unexpected moments in life. Robin shares her experiences as a photographer in Lesbos, Greece as the refugee crisis unfolded. Laurie Gross describes the work of the Avi Schaefer Fund, named in loving memory of her son, Avi, to carry on his dream of creating peace through developing and supporting projects that work toward this goal.

Gallery Hours
Sunday –Thursday 10:00am – 7:00pm
Friday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Closed Saturday and 11/24 and 11/25

Concurrent Exhibition in the Lowy-Winkler Family Rare Book Center, Ostrow Library: Blessed is the Guest, featuring original illuminated artwork from the book Arise! Arise! Deborah, Ruth and Hannah by Debra Band paired with selections from the Maslan Bible Collection.

Artists featured above: Laurie Gross and Elisha Schaefer

For more information: arts@aju.edu or call 310.476.9777 x556

FINE ARTS ADVISORY BOARD OF AMERICAN JEWISH UNIVERSITY
CHAIR: Jerome L. Coben
CHAIRS EMERITI: Jack Flier, Elaine Levin and Judith Miller

Programs are free and open to the public Free Parking

The Whizin Center's Soraya Sarah Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts present Artful: An Exhibition Showcasing our Faculty

August 15-September 23, 2016

Familian Campus, Platt/Borstein Galleries

Featuring artwork from the following faculty artists:
Adria Becker
Richard Bruland
Selina Cheng
Susan Gesundheit
Dafna Gilboa
Mary Guzman
Jeanne Hahn
Eileen Hecht
Kathy Leader
Leora Raikin
Paul Rovin
Debbi Saunders
Michael Tine
John Paul Thorton

Curator: Georgia Freedman-Harvey

Artists featured above, from left to right, top: Debbie Saunders, Richard Bruland and bottom: Susan Gesundheit, John Paul Thornton

Art of the Story

May 8 – July 21, 2016

Platt/Borstein Galleries

Featuring artwork from the following four artists:
Karen Hamptonbr
Hatsuko Mary Higuchibr
Carolyn Mary Kleefledbr
Lori Shocket

Curator: Georgia Freedman-Harvey

14th Annual Imagine Exhibit

April 6 to April 20

 Platt Gallery Imagine Sculpture

The Whizin Center's Soraya Sarah Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts and Artist Co-op 7 present the 14th Annual Imagine Art Exhibit featuring artwork created by our talented faculty and students

April 6 to April 20 Platt and Borstein Galleries,
Second Floor Lobby and Bel & Jack M. Ostrow Library Lobby

Programs are free and open to the public
For more information: arts@aju.edu or 310.476.9777 x556

7,567mi --> Los Angeles to Jerusalem
Jerusalem Biennale2015

October 7- December 20, 2015

Jewish Artists Initiative

Platt/Borstein Galleries

The Fine Arts Council of American Jewish University: Pat Berger, Judy Dekel, Carol Es, Karen Frimkess Wolff, Shelley Gazin, Carol Goldmark, Sarah Horwitz, Eva Hyam, Karen Koblitz, Soraya Sarah Nazarian, Debra Sokolow, Harriet Zeitlin 

 

October 7 - December 20, 2015

Reception: Sunday, October 25th from 2-4pm

Curator & Artists Panel: Sunday, December 13th 3-5pm 

Curators: Georgia Freedman-Harvey & Anne Hromadka

 

One Exhibit, Four Venues

Achim Hasid Complex, Jerusalem: September 24th- November 5th 

AJU, Los Angeles: October 7th- December 20th 

Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles: September 14th- December 31st 

USC Hillel, Los Angeles: August 24th – December 4th 

 

Concurrent Exhibition in the Lowy-Winkler Family Rare Book Center: Ostrow Library AJU

 

Fine Arts Council of American Jewish University

Chair: Judith Miller

Vice Chair: Nita Corinblit

Chairs Emeriti: Jack Flier, Elaine Levine

 

Programs are free and open to the public

For more information: arts@aju.edu

http://www.jerusalembiennale.org/the-jerusalem-biennale