We are excited to host a traveling art exhibit this fall at the Temple called “The Seventh Day: Revisiting Shabbat”
from the Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion Museum. The collection includes 36 works, including photography, textile, collage and painting, all exploring some aspect of Shabbat. Created by a variety of international artists, the artworks and ritual objects represent a diverse, 21st-century, approach to this day of rest.
The exhibit will be on display in the Social Hall from September through November, with the grand opening
after our Rosh Hashanah evening service on Sunday, September 9. We’ll have weekly hours for the public to visit on Thursday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. beginning September 13, and other hours available for groups by appointment. Thank you to the Dr. Harry W. Salon Foundation for its support.
In addition to the traveling exhibit, we will feature Shabbat items from the Temple’s collection in the Madge Rothschild Resource Center.