Celebrating the Virtual Gallery at the J's 2021-2022 artists and exhibition partners.

Type of Exhibition: Art, Heritage


It gives me great pleasure to present our artists and partners who displayed their work online from September 2021 to July 2022. This season has included a diverse range of mediums, subjects and themes with over 80 artists, more than 200 images and nearly 2050 views on the gallery webpage.

For the first time in two years, we also installed an in-person exhibit in our gallery. The winners of the Jewish Music Week Student Art Contest proudly displayed their works for family and friends. It has been an incredible year and I look forward to curating next year’s season both online and in person.

Thank you to the artists and partners who participated in our 2021-22 season: Kyle Adler, Mary Ella Dignam, the ECE program at the MNjcc, Patrick Hunger, Janet Read, Jewish Music Week, Wendy Oberlander, Theodore Walker Robinson, Harry Tiefenbach, the Disability/Visibility program at the MNjcc and Carol Wylie.

Be sure to click on the name of the artist or organization to view their website or Instagram page.

– Deanna Di Lello, Gallery Curator

View the exhibition here. 

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

August 1, 2022

End Date:

August 31, 2022

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