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Rosenzweig Gallery

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		                                    Ami Vitale's "Women may not sit after 6:30pm"		                                </span>
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		                                    Will Grossman's "Sunbeam"		                                </span>
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		                                    Display Case of Jewish Artifacts		                                </span>
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		                                    Michael P. Rosenberg's Lucky Strike Smokestack and Powerhouse		                                </span>
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		                                    Ami Vitale's The Last Shangri La		                                </span>

Current Exhibit through August 26, 2019

Through this Lens

Photographic Prints by Will Grossman,z"l, Michael Rosenberg, and Ami Vitale

Exquisite photographs from the collection of Durham's premier photography gallery are on exhibit in the Rosenzweig Gallery. Curated by Roylee Duvall, who opened Through This Lens gallery in 2004, the exhibit features historic black-and-white photographs of Durham, and color photographs of sacred moments from far flung places.

The display case in the Rosenzweig Gallery features exquistie religious objects from the permanet collection of the Rosenzweig Gallery, many of which were part of the personal collection of Judea's first Rabbi, Efraim Rosenzweig, z"l.

Most of these original prints are for sale. For more information about the exhibit, the gallery or purchasing please contact Barbara Silver, barbara@silver.name, or Juliet, jjensen@judeareform.org.

About the Rosenzweig Gallery

The Rosenzweig Gallery of Judea Reform Congregation is the only gallery in the Chapel Hill-Durham area with dedicated space for the display of Judaic art and artifacts. Judea Reform Congregation’s founding Rabbi, Efraim Michael Rosenzweig was not only the congregation’s first spiritual leader, he was also a poet, an artist, a social activist and an art collector. His personal collection of Judaic artifacts was donated to Judea Reform, and became the core of the Rosenzweig Collection. (READ THE WHOLE ROSENZWEIG GALLERY STORY . . . )

The Rosenzweig Gallery rotates every four months and includes a gallery wall for 2-D work as well as a glass display case for 3-D work and other items and artifacts.

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		                                    East Meets West Exhibit		                                </span>
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		                                    East Meets West Exhibit		                                </span>
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		                                    Student Art Show		                                </span>
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		                                    Chanukiot Exhibit		                                </span>
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		                                    Chanukiot Exhibit		                                </span>
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		                                    Chanukiot Exhibit		                                </span>
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		                                    Student Art Show		                                </span>

Past Exhibits

Wed, July 17 2019 14 Tammuz 5779