Beyond Borders: Uniting Canadian-Israeli Communities Through Art 

Beyond Borders celebrates the artistic talents of local Canadian-Israeli artists.

Type of Exhibition: Art

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Beyond Borders celebrates the artistic talents of local Canadian-Israeli artists. The diversity of the Israeli community in Toronto is reflected in the differences in mediums, materials, and subjects as chosen by the artists. These rich and vibrant pieces invite the viewer to explore the similarities and differences between each piece and the influence of heritage within their work. Above all, the exhibit presents the opportunity to explore and enjoy artwork that knows no borders.

Participating artists: Yaara Eshet, Julia Gonen, Svetlana Gorzhaltsan, and Hannah Pinthus Rotchild.

ABOUT THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR ISRAEL

From founding and building the State of Israeli to planting and nurturing the seeds of friendship between Jewish communities separated by distance, since 1929, the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAI) has been working to secure a vibrant Jewish future for generations to come. JAI builds living bridges to the shared homeland, one heart at a time, by bringing Israeli emissaries to communities throughout the US and Canada and by fostering partnerships between cities.

July 4-31, 2024

Reception: Thursday July 4, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

 

 

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In partnership with

The Jewish Agency for Israel

Start Date:

July 4, 2024

End Date:

July 31, 2024

M-F 6am-10pm
S-S 7am-7pm

Downtown Toronto

Miles Nadal JCC
750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor)

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