Cultural Arts Exhibitions
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.
Gertrude Alexander: Fashion Illustrations from London to Shanghai
A woman's amazing journey in 1941-1946 told through her beautiful fashion creations in the midst of this turbulent period in our world's history. In partnership with the Museums of Los Gatos. Exhibit is free and open to the public.
Notes From the Tribe: The Art of Will Deutsch
This exhibition covers the spectrum of the modern American Jewish Experience. Artist Will Deutsch, who studied art at UCLA and currently lives in Los Angeles, obsessively makes paintings that encapsulate the essence of what it is that ties us all together. The result is the ongoing collection of work he calls “Notes from the Tribe.” Exhibit is free and open to the public. Mr. Deutsch will be joining us at our annual Jewbilee day of learning on Sunday January 26th. Save the date!
The APJCC Teilbaum 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 Commitee 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 send artist bio/history along with at least 3 images showcasing your work to Arts@svjcc.org Please include information as to your interest in presenting at the APJCC.