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PJCC Art Exhibits & Events

Located in the Koret Learning Center hall, the Art Gallery at the Peninsula Jewish Community Center is committed to showcasing the works of talented Jewish artists as well as presenting exhibits that explore Jewish values, themes and ideas. Our exhibits are designed to stimulate personal thought and lively conversations among our members and guests. Exhibits are free and open to the public!


2018 PJCC Community Art Show

June 6 – August 26, 2018


PJCC Community Art Show

About the Exhibit

Inspired by the PJCC’s guiding principle of “Welcoming All,” the Peninsula Jewish Community Center is excited to present our fifth Community Art Show. After a competitive selection process, we are pleased to present 95 pieces, representing 83 Bay Area artists. The art can be viewed on-site in our Lobby/PJCC Art Gallery, Conference Room A and Board Room.

The PJCC Community Art Show, true to its name, is planned and run by the community. As PJCC Cultural Arts Director and Gallery Curator, it was my privilege to work with this dedicated committee tasked with confirming the rules and guidelines, promoting the call for entries, overseeing show selection and art placement and planning a reception in honor of our artists. I can say with sincerity, the show you see today would not have been possible without the hard work of committee members: Connie Chen*, Emily DeMartini, Rachel Goldman**, Rachel Kardos, Eve Lerman, Ken Schwartz, Sharon Strochak, and Jane Williams.

The PJCC Community Art Show was made possible by the many talented artists who have shared their work and the Eva Chernov Lokey Endowment for Programs.

Special thanks to PJCC Philanthropic Partner Atria at Foster Square.

The PJCC Art Gallery is free and open to the public.