Art Exhibitions | Osher Marin Jewish Community Center

Gallery Information

Exhibits are presented in two locations: The Isaacs Gallery, which is located on your right just past the Osher Marin JCC front desk, and the Kurland Lounge, which is the room on the far left when you enter from the Lobby. Both areas are open during regular Marin JCC hours.

To be considered for our gallery space, submit completed application to RSVP_CJP@marinjcc.org.  

To download the application form, CLICK HERE.

 Current Exhibits:  

The Space BetweenThe Spaces Between
An Exhibition by Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan aka Mind the Heart! Project

The Osher Marin JCC is delighted to present The Spaces Between an exhibit of photographs that document public works created by Israeli artists, Maya Gelfman and Roie Avidan aka Mind the Heart! Project. The images document the time between 2017-2019, as the artists journeyed across 42 states on an all-encompassing experiment with serendipity. The highlight of the exhibit is a site-specific, one of a kind piece: a mural done in the signature technique of “drawing” on walls with tangible materials such as yarn, foam and felt. The artists will be creating the installation from Monday, June 10-Tuesday, June 11th. The public is invited to watch and engage with the process.

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David Weinstein Ceramics

The Osher Marin JCC is pleased to host a selection of artwork by local ceramist David Weinstein. The display is on view in the lobby from through August.

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The Space Between

This image is an “age progression” portrait of Anne Frank, created by the artist Robert Cooper. June 12, 2019 would have been Anne Frank’s 90 birthday if her life had not been tragically cut short. Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank (June 12, 1929-March 1945) was a world-famous German-born diarist and World War II Holocaust victim. Fleeing Nazi persecution of Jews, the family moved to Amsterdam and later went into hiding for two years. During this time, Frank wrote about her experiences and wishes.

Seventy-four years after her death, Anne Frank’s diary retains its importance as a literary work, wartime and Holocaust document, and as a biography of a life cut short.

In an era of rising anti-Semitism, and with the number of Holocaust survivors dwindling, the preservation of her life and story for future generations is of vital importance.


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