The Teitelbaum Family Center for the Arts presents rotating exhibitions that explore Jewish culture, values and our community at large by showcasing a wide variety of mediums. All exhibits are free of charge and open to the public. Exhibitions are displayed on the 2nd floor of the JCC. For more information, contact the JCC’s Arts Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 20-April 20
Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society: 20/20 Visions of Art
The Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society aims to further the interest and appreciation of the art of watercolors, and other watermedia, in the community by expanding the skills of people interested in painting in watermedia, educating the general public as to the possibilities of watermedia art, and providing people with opportunities to have a dialogue and make friends among people interested in art. The SCVWS annual show will feature artworks created by its membership — beginner to professional. This show, “20/20 Visions of Art”, will present as many as 100 artists displaying their very best works of art. In the JCC’s 2nd floor art gallery hall. Free.
Please note: The March 13 watercolor demo and the March 15 SCVWS reception have been cancelled in an effort to protect against the spread of coronavirus.
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April 24-May 10
APJCC Preschool Art Show
This show features unique creations from each classroom at the APJCC Preschool. View collaborative work from children ages 18 months through 5 years old as they develop and deepen their understanding of colors, textures, media, and creativity. In the JCC’s 2nd floor art gallery hall. Free.
Please join us Sunday, April 26 from 12:30-2:00pm for a complimentary reception.
May 12-July 15
Jerusalem: Art and Mystery
An exceptional, award-winning exhibition about Jerusalem. The photos present the importance of Israel’s capital for the people of the three monotheistic religions, in an artistic and unique way. The exhibit depicts the daily life and pluralism of Jerusalem.
Please join us Thursday, May 14 at 6:00pm for a walk and talk through the exhibit (free), followed by a Playback Theater performance about Jerusalem at 7:30pm (tickets to the performance will be on sale at apjcc.org/playback).
Artist Inquiries and Submissions
The APJCC Teitelbaum Family Center for the Arts accepts submissions year round for multi media artwork including but not limited to painting, drawing, sculpture, tapestry and photography. Submitted artwork will be reviewed by our Cultural Arts Committee and kept on file for possible future shows. There is no fee for submissions. You will be contacted by the JCC directly if selected for a possible exhibition. Please fill out this form and then notify us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
All of the 2017-18 Art Exhibitions are made possible, in part, by a gift from Cookie Addison & Family.
All Cultural Arts programs at the APJCC are made possible, in part, by generous contributions from Sylvia & Leonard Metz, Doris and Rick z”l Davis, and an anonymous donor.
The Addison-Penzak JCC is proud to be a part of the Koret Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood. The JCC is also generously supported by the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture, and by the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley and other generous supporters.
To support Arts programs at the JCC Los Gatos, go to our Donations page.