Discover the Intriguing World of Jewish Art and Culture at the Project Room
Embark on an enlightening virtual field trip to the American Jewish University‘s brand-new exhibition space, the Project Room, where curators and artists delve into AJU’s remarkable art collection. Join us as we explore the fascinating inaugural exhibit, “RE: Formation of the Jewish Body,” curated by esteemed Los Angeles-based Israeli art historian Sagi Refael.
Experience a captivating journey through the cultural perception and transformation of the Jewish male body across various domains such as pop culture, media, modernist and contemporary art, sports, and ephemera from the early twentieth century to the present day. The Project Room provides an interactive platform for the public to engage with AJU’s extensive collection and participate in essential conversations surrounding Jewish culture, identity, and community formation.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to broaden your knowledge and understanding of Jewish art and history through educational activities and public events. We cordially invite you to join us for a free opening event on February 18, 2018, at 3 pm. In addition, immerse yourself in the boundless creativity showcased in the annual students’ exhibition of the Sarah Soraya Nazarian Fine Arts Program, Imagine, which will open simultaneously.
Get ready to be inspired by this incredible showcase of artistic talent and cultural exploration. Take your virtual field trip to the Project Room now and experience a fascinating world where history, art, and community converge.