In the gallery January 9-27
Exhibit and programs co-sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of TN
Yitzchok Moully creates distinctive pieces of Contemporary Jewish Art that combines the bright, bold colors prevalent in pop art with the timeless and sophisticated images of Judaica and the Jewish people. Moully’s original screen prints utilize ink and acrylic paints to represent traditional Judaica art themes for a modern generation. They are available in their original form, as limited edition reproductions, and as print, canvas, and eCards for all to share and enjoy. Please feel free to browse the collection of contemporary Jewish art, as you are sure to find a piece that not only appeals to your sense of aesthetic beauty, but also stimulates and challenges your perception of Jewish art.
Opportunities to meet the artist:
PopArt Wine and Cheese
Saturday, January 14 at 7:30pm at Chabad
$20 entry fee
A wine and cheese evening of Jewish PopArt with Yitzchok Moully.
Chabad Center for Jewish Life (2570 Kirby Parkway)
Silk Screen Workshop with Yitzchok Moully
Sunday, January 15 from 1:00-2:30pm at the MJCC
$10 entry fee
Work in a comfortable environment to create your own unique piece of art using Moully’s simple yet exceptional methods of silkscreen printing.
Opening reception February 5, from 1-3PM
In the gallery February 5-26
Tennessee Craft-Southwest (formerly known as MACA - Memphis Association of Craft Artists) is a chapter of Tennessee Craft, a Statewide organization to promote fine craft and support craft artists in Tennessee. Participating artists collaborate with a fellow artist who works in a different media and together they submit a piece for the show. In addition to the collaborative piece, each artist may submit work of their own.
Memphis/Germantown Art League Star Artist
Opening reception March 9, from 5:30-7:30PM
In the gallery March 3-29
A nonprofit organization of visual artists whose purpose is to aid its member artists in their professional growth and in the development of their artistic skills by providing exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, and other continuing education opportunities. In addition, the League works to enrich the community by presenting original fine art in public exhibits, participating in other community art activities and supporting art education in the schools.
Organized on August 16, 1976, as the Germantown Art League, the group was chartered on June 22, 1977, as a nonprofit Tennessee corporation. In May 1988, the organization’s name was changed to Memphis/Germantown Art League in recognition of the wider geographical distribution of its members. Today the organization includes substantial membership from locations throughout the mid-south area and surrounding states. The League depends on all its members as volunteers to serve on its Board of Directors and committees and to assist in the work of the organization.
If you have questions about the Shainberg Gallery, please contact Marcy Stagner, Program Director for Cultural Arts and Adult Services, at (901) 259-9230 or email@example.com.